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Thread: Corydora spawn?

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    Yeah that better, you can feed the egg fry food to brine shrimp so there better for them. What fry food? Is the brine shrimp live?
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    Quote Originally Posted by amateuraquarist View Post
    I have fry food, which is kind of like a powder, plus I have some brine shrimp. Will that be alright?
    Yes, quite alright

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    Alright, and I don't have a breeder net, could I just use a plastic or glass small fish bowl and put it floating in the tank?
    I wouldn't, to be honest...the eggs need circulation and nutrients from the water, and that can't happen in an enclosed vessel

    Petsmart has nice little breeder boxes for $6, do you have one near you?

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    +1 to above.
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    I got one, now the parents are both albinos, will the offspring be albino or normal?

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    I think so if there both albino buy if only one there's a 50/50 chance
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    I got one, now the parents are both albinos, will the offspring be albino or normal?
    The offspring, if indeed you are lucky enough to raise a few to adulthood, will be as "normal" as the parents are
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    Guys they havent really changed allthough a few have white specks. Not sure if fungus or babies since theyre albino? Or are they not fertilized?

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    A breeder net would be better.
    They are quite cheap to buy
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    Quote Originally Posted by amateuraquarist View Post
    Guys they havent really changed allthough a few have white specks. Not sure if fungus or babies since theyre albino? Or are they not fertilized?
    Just let them be for a few days, and see what happens...I found some in my tank, too, and put them into a breeder net I have
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    So about 6-7 of them hatched and so far are about 3 days old. I removed all other eggs as fungus was growing. Now theres more eggs on the glass! Should I try hatching these in the breeder net too or let them be?

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