It is a Ramshorn snail. I really like them. If you have fish which might enjoy the extra snail bodies as food you can squish extras. Fish will eat them. And you might find a local hobbyist who has Loaches or a puffer fish which also enjoy eating them to pass them along / trade for some plants.
If you tend to have harder water and over feed, then you will probably have way more of them than you need. It is probable where there are 2, there are groups of eggs on the leaves.
The little globs are clear with dots inside small like a size of a circle pencil eraser.
, you can feel them pretty easily running your fingers over the length of the leaves. You can push them off with a finger nail.
My water is below 7 pH usually and snails do not feel that it is the most hospitable environment, until I over feed. Then I will get a bunch. But stop over feeding so much and their population declines automatically even after hatching.
Many people hate snails, but they are excellent cleaners, (though they poop some too). Trying to be fair.