Some kind of eggs?

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I guess I should also note: the sparklers were pecking at them, and they weren't stuck together in a glob of gel. They could detach from the plant and float away individually.
 

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Either snail eggs or the corydoras eggs. I would go with the corydoras, they don't really look like snail eggs IMO. You could try getting a few to see... if it's sticky then it's corydoras eggs.
 
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I don't think it was the panda cories. They're juveniles, only about an inch long. They're also not like any ramshorn or pond snail egg I've ever seen, they're too big and lack any jelly globs.
 
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Hm, well then! I guess nothing tells you that the tank's doing well like an unintentional spawn.
 

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They aren't snail eggs. Your corys are too young and even if not, the eggs would be sticky so wouldn't just detach from the plant and float away individually. Your Gourami would tend their eggs in a bubble nest. That just leaves the neons and even though you didn't do anything special to get them to spawn maybe they decided to carry on anyway. :)
 

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