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Posted 2M ago by @MothGoblin

I just found these eggs on the soil of my Monstera Adansonii. Any suggestions as to what they could be? I’m repotting now with 100% fresh medium. Thanks. #Monstera
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They aren't eggs, it is fungus. I say it's a sign of heathy soil teaming with life. It grows because the soil is moist and dark.

You don't have to repot the plant. Repotting the plant can really stress it out. If the soil dries, over time, the fungus will disappear. (:
@MothGoblin I agree with @sarahsalith πŸ’―, it is fungus.
Thank you so much for the information, I do feel silly! I think I panicked because I found mealy bugs on a new plant & one other. They’ve been treated so are sorted 🀞🏼. Did repot & glad I did as there was quite a bit of root rot. Mixed old soul in with new dry mix, inc activated charcoal & worm casts. Hopefully the fungus helps πŸ™‚. Thanks again. Mx
@MothGoblin good catch on the root rot! 😁

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