Originally Posted by Pizentios
Snail eggs look like small dots, usually black or tan coloured, inside a blob of slime. Snails usually attach their eggs to plant stems or leaves or the side of your aquarium.
Cardinal eggs will be scattered about some fine leaved plants or even in the gravel and a little spheres that are clear to almost white. White eggs usually mean that the egg has spoiled. Given the size of Cardinals the eggs are pretty hard to spot.
Sorry for the late reply, apparently i can't post from the andriod app anymore and was away from the computer all weekend.
I know the pond snail eggs are like that, small whitish dots in a slimy bag. I normally take them out. I don't want them spreading my whole tank. I just had some bigger white eggs in this tank and I got the confirmation that it was from my nerite. Although they said, it won't hatch in FW
, coz they need saltwater.
With the cardinals, I will remember that info. Thanks for the reply. It's okay about it being late. no problem at all. I am glad you were able to tell me the differences.