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Thread: Breeding Dwarf Albino Catfish
02-04-2006, 04:06 PM #1Junior Member Guppy
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Breeding Dwarf Albino Catfish
I have a breeding pair all by themselves in a 20L. Seems they lay eggs. The eggs begin turning white and then seem to disappear. Anything I can do to ensure a successful hatch?
02-04-2006, 09:37 PM #2
Well if they turn white you either got a fungus problem, try adding an anti fungus solution to the aquarium. You can get one at your LFS. (local fish store)
The other possble reason is that the eggs don't get fertalized. Dwatf albino catfish are usually best breed in groups with one female and 2-3 males. Assuming that you talk about the corydoras species as some other species also re sold as dwarf albino catfish.
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