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    i would like to know what type of species this egg belongs to.

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      im not sure what they are PLZ HELP!!!!

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      stock in the tank i dont think to many people are able to tell just by the eggs but looking at it i think its frog eggs but then that would mean they wernt found in a tank and u got them from a pond or creek possibly. but yea please give use more info
       
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      I got them from a lake i go to and if they are frog eggs how can you tell?


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      frog eggs i bet you if they hatch they will be tadpoles
       
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      they are in a gelitan layer and the eggs are black and i have never seen compleatly black eggs like that to a fish also because i am a fisherman and a creek walker i guess you could say so i see them alot if you want me to get a bit more into it they are tree frog eggs because the toads lay tubes not globs. but if they are smaller then a dime i am talking bout the glob of eggs all of them when you found them then they cold be snails but the eggs look like they where a large mass am i correct
       
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      They were a little bit nihher than a golfball all of the eggs together


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      those are frog eggs
       
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      frog or salamander eggs ..you should put them back where you got them.
       
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      I took a closer look and they are all in like a tube thing and i thought fron eggs floated these are underwater


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