I found these big white eggs on one side of the tank, too big to be snail eggs even though my red ramhorn snails are getting huge. There're five little groups of them, spread out on one side of my tank. I looked up cory breeding habits, and it showed a picture of an eggy female. One of my cories looked really big and round lately, and I was worried. The more I read on cory breeding, the more I think thats what happened.
The tank is 14g, heated to 81F. I don't do water changes as much as I should >,< I'm nervous too because the eggs are on the side of the tank with the half-baffled filter intake. Will the snails eat them? Should I let the snails eat them? I don't have access to live foods, just two types of bottom-feeder pellets (only one they like), algae wafers (for snails), and a few flake/pellet betta foods. I don't have a petstore near me either D:
What should I do?
I took pictures, but I'm supposed to be doing school right now so I'll upload them later. They look exactly like this, however:
(picture taken from google)