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Tiny white dots

Discussion in 'General Freshwater' started by Christy78, May 16, 2018 at 6:12 PM.

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    These dots have appeared several times on the back of my tank. I have no snails. Any idea what they are??
     
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    This is what they look like

    15265088061587888369924392641239.jpg
     
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    Eggs! Maybe the angels, but if they're white they're not fertile. Fertile eggs are tan or amber color. Sometimes pairs need to learn how spawn but I had 2 females that both laid eggs together.
     
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    What she said!
     
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    What she said X2. Fish eggs.
     
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    I can not tell if mine are both female or not. I believe both of them are. And do they lay their eggs on the wall of the tank??
     
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    It's hard to tell even if you can see the oviposter or breeding tube? (that doesn't look right, lol). I was sure 1 I had was male but after the other angels died off she laid eggs by herself. But she did have free swimming fry once so I had a pair at 1 time. By behavior I had guessed wrong.

    Angels may lay eggs almost anywhere, filter tube, heater wood, rocks, big plant leaf or side of tank.

    How many angels do you have in what size tank?
     
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    2 Angel's in a 60 Gallon tank
     
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    Well, either sex mix you have, you're good. You know at least 1 is female because you have eggs. That is the best possible way for your tank. My female angels, even after we added a young male (that flirted shamelessly) preferred to lay eggs with each other, that's what they were used to.

    What other fish do you have? It doesn't really matter for the angels' breeding or not, I'm just interested...Maybe a full tank pic? We love pics...
     

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