They might breed on it. Usually once they pick a spot they usually do not want to change it. If you notice that is has been a few weeks and they havent laid anymore eggs it is becasue they are very particular about where they lay them and the surrondings. About removing the eggs there are a few options. You can remove them after a few days and place them in another tank. You will have to make some type of water movement. Depending ont he size of the tank, usually a few airstones will work. Another option is to leave them in the tnak until they hatch. After a few dayd the eggs will turn color and you will eb abel to see the lavra in the egg. This will give you the idea that they are getting close. If the other fish and inverts do not eat or destroy them you can aloow them to hatch in the main tank. Then you woudl ahve to siphon them out of the display tank. If you try this method make sure to turn off all powerheads and filters the night of their hatching (usually hatch at night or late evening every breed is different) After they hatch you will need a light of some sort and shine it into the tank. All of the baby clowns will swim toward the lights and you will be able to remove them. There are many ways to do this and you will jsut have to find out what works best for you. It will prolyl take you a while to discover and then master what is the best way for you. Good luck and keep us updated on how everything is gonig!!!!!!!!