Help Identify These Odd Things And Other Stuff

Copingwithpods

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Tank is a biocube 14g
Upgraded pump, uv light, refugium with cheato+mangrove, aI prime light and aqua ato.

Parameters;

Salinity 1.025
Ph. 8.2
Phophate near 0
Nitrate near 0
Calcium 450

The tank is almost 2 months old and understandably still going through the motions as expected. What I didn't expect was these guys

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Very hard to photograph but they look like small white jelly filled sacks all over my back return chamber. Any idea what they could be?
 

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Sounds like you are describing pineapple sponges ..
I can't see much in photo to go off ..
 
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I have read about pineapple sponges but haven't found a picture of them online to compare to what's in my tank.

As far as snail eggs goes, could be a possibility that a snail went back there, laid eggs and then crawled back into the display.

I'm hoping it's not a pest of any kind. I've been very maticulous with dipping and cleaning corals and inspecting them carefully but I know this isn't a stop all just reduces the possibility of a pest getting in my tank.
 

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