Anyone know what these are??


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Moving rocks around in my bog area and saw these attached to rocks. Invisible in the water. Look like eggs of some kind.
 

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That's what I would think but I have never seen a snail in my pond. Not saying there not there but I never put any in and I have never seen one in the water. Probably correct though. To early for the fish although they have been chasing each other around which is unusual.
 

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Yep snails, and they can come on bird legs or plants. You may not see them but they are there. The fish will eat the eggs but some will usually survive.
 
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They look a lot like frog eggs that show up in my frog ponds. I am not saying that's what they are, just very similar to the Baja California tree frog spawn in my area.
 
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I say snail eggs we get a lots of them.
 
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Tiny little clusters of almost clear gel? Snails. They’ll clog an aquarium filter in no time , as I made the mistake of adding them to my aquarium years ago.
 
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