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Thread: found eggs!

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    I read that the eggs will get a darker red in the middle as the embryo grows. Then when they hatch it will be dark red right in the middle before..

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    Quote Originally Posted by CassieLEO
    I read that the eggs will get a darker red in the middle as the embryo grows. Then when they hatch it will be dark red right in the middle before..
    great answer! i honestly didnt even know that. soon as i saw momma lay them i had them in the holder less than 20 seconds later, and after they were in i didnt even look for about a week and by the time i did look there was babies!

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    Some of mine are white, some are opaque with a small white dot inside but I think they are dead eggs as I see nothing changing in them and I think they would have hatched by now.

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    So did you end up getting rid of the eggs or are you still waiting to see?

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    last night i heard a big splash, around 1AM and i shot out of bed and turned the light on. Betsy, my bloodparrot has litterally laying onto of my holder, with her face under the lip of the container. i opened the glass lid on my tank to get her off and she shoots away, dragging my breeder with it. all the fry got out and instantly hid under a piece of driftwood i have.

    none of them will probably make it, guess ill have to wait a week or two to try again

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    I spotted cories laying eggs on the glass for the second time in the last 2 weeks the other night. The second they swam away, my bloodfin tetras came over for a nice pre-dinner treat.

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