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Old 01-17-2013, 04:14 PM   #1
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My mystery snail just laid a large clutch of eggs above the water. They are getting enough moisture and are a pinkish white color. I was wondering if there was any way to keep them from getting eaten immediately after they hatch in case I am not here when they do. The fish I have in the tank are 2 fancy guppies a black Molly and two mixed variatus platy and of course big momma mystery snail. A couple of friends said they wold like some for their tanks and the rest I don't really want or need, I may keep one or two for myself. I also have a small desktop tank I could use to house them but it does not have a filter or heater or anything. Looking for advice on what to do. Thank you
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Just place a breeder net below the clutch and it should catch um. Well most of them.
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