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12-03-2016 09:32 PM
Kaxen Alas the batch of eggs didn't work out. oTL
11-22-2016 03:32 AM
Jootje67 Verstuurd vanaf mijn E6653 met Tapatalk
11-22-2016 03:31 AM
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11-22-2016 03:29 AM
Originally Posted by Jootje67 View Post

One of my young tanks 😉 these are Paleatus of 3 weeks old, I feed them own bred artemia

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11-22-2016 03:24 AM

One of my young tanks 😉

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11-22-2016 03:10 AM
Jootje67 I put my Cory eggs in a separate tank and put an airstone in them. I don't use a heater while my room is heated up to 25 degrees.
I put most of the time an almondleave in there. Most of the eggs will hatch after 3 days, but it's just wich species you got.
Got myself 5 species and they all lay eggs from time to time 😁

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11-21-2016 08:36 PM
ThatFishThough Do both. Simpy trim the leaves with eggs, stick them into another tank with the high air flow (no filters unless you want no fry!) and some IAL or Rooibos Tea.

I've only ever successfully hatched one fry, who later died.
11-20-2016 09:00 PM
MysticSky22301 Most people have better luck with moving water ^^
11-20-2016 08:48 PM
Originally Posted by ThatFishThough View Post
Take it out; they will eat the eggs. :3 It's best to have a separate 10G with a sponge filter and heater.
Yeah. I got everything but the air pump gave up on life. Hopefully the fish in my 75g fail to eat eggs for another day. >_< I have seen the red rainbowfish thinking about it.

Is there any particular method to tossing the eggs into a new tank? Some places said the eggs need high flow to hatch while other people said to use a little meth blue to avoid fungus.
11-20-2016 05:48 PM
MysticSky22301 I've been dreaming of running a cory spawn! Ugh I do everything right and Never get eggs ^^ lucky duck
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