Just cleaned my 20 gallon and when I removed the hood, the first thing I thought was: WHAT THE FUNK IS THAT??? Looked like a pink poop, or something dead and rotting. Then I remembered I hadn't seen one of my mystery snails for a day or so. And THEN I also remembered they'd looked pretty well acquainted about a week ago. That's right, I have me a clutch of mystery snail eggs! My first ever! I know it's not a big big deal because hey, mystery snails. But I always love it when things breed (now, if only my platinum angels would get the hint) and I'd like to try to raise them. They clutch was laid under the hood, right over my sponge filter. I think the female found that spot attractive because the bubbles will keep the eggs moist. Do I just leave them where they lie, or would I have better results trying to move them to a container or bag with some damp towels? It would be cool, because one of them isn't in good condition and might not last much longer. His/her shell is peeling. I think s/he was raised calcium deficient, and I've been supplementing with kale and calcium tablets, but so far, not much improvement. So, at least a piece of him/her could live on.