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    MizTanks - Reefkeeper
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    Default Snail eggs???

    I know their hard to see-I know their not Nassarias (spelling) snails-I only have 1 black nerite snail-there def is something growing inside. The are scatterd all over the glass. I may or may not have sundial snails as they only come out at night and are very small.
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