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It's possible that the lid is the problem, I know that for the clutches to incubate it has to be humid and that lid does help. I was told awhile ago that the gap in the water at the top of the tank should be double the size of the snail too. Mine decided to lay her eggs as high up as she possibly could - literally upside down on the lid of the tank.Congrats. Not that I want them, but wonder why mine don't make babies. I see them all the time mating, but never lay eggs. I have like water down like 2 inches from the top, so they have room. I feed them well. the water parameters are great and they get water changes once a week. They like to hang on the filters in the back of the tank. I suspect maybe because I do not have a lid on my tank?