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I found a very small, sea slug-looking critter hanging out in my overflow as I was doing a water change today. Tonight he produced a small cluster of tiny white dots - eggs? It's a short cylindrical cluster rather than the characteristic spiral grouping... His dorsal surface is very dark green with white spots, the ventral surface is white, and the rhinophores are dark green/black striped. His body is pretty plain, he's shaped pretty much like a typical land garden slug. He is about a centimeter long.

If anyone has any idea what he is, I'd really appreciate the info.

I'd post a photo, but I haven't made 5 posts yet ;)
 

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Post some more and upload a picture, it's really hard to identify some creatures with a picture let alone without one and besides we LOVE pictures!
 

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+1 to what marlenez posted. Good useful links posted by tamableanimasl. Save them o your favorites for future ref. It might come in handy again for you or someone else you know and want to help.
 
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