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Thread: Corydora spawn?

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    I would keep hatching them, have they been eating? are you going to keep or sell?
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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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    Quote Originally Posted by amateuraquarist View Post
    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?
    Yep. I'd do that.
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    Congrats on the offspring :)
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    I'm keeping, trying to get a good school without buying more. I know more than 5 would be too many but I'm pretty sure only 2 or 3 will actually survive to adulthood so I guess I'll keep hatching.

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    Idk if theyve been eating, the food is a neutral color so I can't really see it in their stomachs ._.

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    Ok sounds good, if you run out do the egg yolk thing.
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    Doesnt java moss have some algae or something in it that fish fry feed on?
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    So they've spawned again! I had to remove almost all eggs from last batch as I think i removed them before the male err fertilized all of them! I've heard fry die easily, when are they most vulnerable? I'm curious because I haven't had a death yet and am scared that they'll eventualy overpopulate

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    Usally the male fertilizes the eggs when the female spawns them.if they start to over populate thats a good reason to get another tank, or you can sell them to your lfs.
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