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Old 12-16-2016, 02:15 PM   #1
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I need help identifying these bugs

Small white worms, almost microscopic white dots moving around and small round clusters of what look to be eggs Click image for larger version

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I don't see the eggs.
The worms are common detritus worms and OK, OR planaria and not real good?
You can search and see which ID is right..
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I circled the eggs and I can't seem to find a page that ids these ones specifically. I have a high quality zoomed video of them but can't upload videos hereClick image for larger version

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Those look like a snail egg cluster...
Are you having a snail outbreak also??
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I haven't seen a single snail
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I haven't seen a single snail


You might see them later.
As for the videos, upload to YouTube and post the link here.
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I have never seen a snail egg cluster that small.
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https://youtu.be/ORVZWpoaGAc I noticed multiple things swimming around
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Make sure you put it on 720p
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Oddly, I did not get an option to change the resolution.
Anyhow, that is pretty much what I see in my shrimp tank. Fish tank, not as much. It's a mixture of various worms (some flatworms and non-parasitic flukes), crustaceans, and other organisms. Normal fauna.
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