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  1. Default How long will corys bellies be swollen before they lay eggs?


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    How long will corys bellies be swollen before they lay eggs? half of my corys appear to have much bigger bellies than the others and I am hoping this means they are getting some eggs to lay. Can anyone confirm this? and how long will they have big bellies for beofre they lay eggs?

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    Most fish don't have a "gestation period" in that they spawn after a certain amount of time, but follow environmental triggers instead. That means that your cories could be gravid pretty much indefinitely until they think it is the right time to spawn.

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    +1 to the above. Also - the big bellies thing generally just means they're female. I have six peppered cories and two of them are definitely female as they are bigger and fatter than all the others. I have no idea when they are about to spawn, they do so about once a month I think.
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