Tiny organisms in betta fry tank

Goldmoon

I think I am overreacting about every little thing when it come to these betta fry but I’ve just tried so hard for so long before I could even get a pair to spawn and now I’m terrified I’m going to lose the babies to something. There are these tiny little white organisms that are on the glass of the fry’s tank as pictured below. They are very tiny and don’t seem to be harming the fry in any way but I’m still worried they will in the future. They are so small, I couldn’t get a good picture of them close up without it turning out blurry. If anyone could let me know if I should get rid of them or if they are harmless and I should leave them be, please let me know

Ps. The only thing I could think they came from would be the Indian almond leaves in the tank


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richiep

The chances are they are seed shrimp or copeapods which are harmless and the fry should eat them
 

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