12-06-2012, 09:19 PM #1
First (unplanned) Eggs in my Tank (Help)
I think they are otocinclus eggs. They are in groups of about 6-7 in 3-4 places on my glass in my tank (and 3 on my snail). They are the size of #2 pencil lead in diameter and the only thing that would lay eggs in my tank would be corys or my otos. Any help would be appreciated.
Anything I need to do special for these guys?
12-06-2012, 11:21 PM #2
Actually they're most likely cory eggs. Otocinclus eggs are extremely rare in the home aquarium. They'll likely get eaten by another fish in the tank. If you're interested in breeding them, setting up a small tank to raise the fry in is your best bet. We can help you with that if you want.300 gallon mega tank: build in progress
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