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Old 03-02-2010, 01:57 AM   #1
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Exclamation help not really sure wat this?? not sure if its bad or good?

im not sure if these are eggs there lil green i guess dots my clown fish are eating them like crazy idk wat it could really be please help and i attached a video i hope it works
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Old 03-02-2010, 02:20 AM   #2
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YouTube - not sure wat this is in my tank maybe its eggs

watch the video maybe it will help my clownfish pretty much ate all of them so they are really gone the clownfish either ate them or the filter sucked it up
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They look like eggs of some kind.
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okay well at least its not bad i just wonder wat kind of eggs are they
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Maybe your clowns are breeding.
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Yeah, they look like eggs but that tells us nothing about them. Just as a precaution, i would have removed them the minute i saw them. Could have came from something that was inside of your live rock, maybe something bad that will sprout more little demons. But who knows..

Do those things look anything like these?


The ones in the video sure don't look like these^
So i doubt they are from your clowns.
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Old 03-02-2010, 06:42 PM   #7
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yeah no there not clown eggs i only got one clownfish lol it must be either set of the damsels either my black and white striped ones or the purple and yellow tail ones and at least those eggs stuck to the wall mine were just floating around for the fish to eat
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