White small shell ish not sure.

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So specifically they are small white hardish but scrape off easily. Almost like an egg but I don’t think so. I have nitrite and turbo shells. Are these eggs? If so what could eat them. Of anything.

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So specifically they are small white hardish but scrape off easily. Almost like an egg but I don’t think so. I have nitrite and turbo shells. Are these eggs? If so what could eat them. Of anything.

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Hard to tell from this photo. Could it be coralline algae?
 
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Some common hitch hikers in here Including spirobid worms which your last clearer pic looks like
 
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