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Old 02-13-2018, 02:17 AM   #1
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Wierd white spots on the glass of my aquarium

Hi, I currently have a 25lt tank with one male betta. Over the past few days I have noticed that the side of the tank is starting to grow some white spots, I have no idea what they are.
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They look like snails to me. Do they move ?
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No they donít. They are just there. They are tiny! And they donít look like snail IMO, But ur more experienced
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Limpets?
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Whatís that?
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Wierd white spots on the glass of my aquarium

A limpet is a limpet. Like a cat is a cat.

Google it for fresh water aquariums. Some people love them. Some hate them.

They stay small. If you feed your Betta off your finger they will eat these too.
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These are Limpets. They do move. Nothing bad unless you don't like how they look.
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