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  1. #1

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    Default my german blue rams laid their first eggs! help me

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    So today noticed my gbrs laid some eggs. They are white as of now.. I've read white eggs are not fertile but have also read ppls post saying their eggs started put white then turned darker.. any info will help! Also I'm currently treating the tank for ich using kordons ich attack 100% organic. Will that kill off the eggs? Doesn't really matter if it does I'd rather get rid of the ich and wait for another batch of eggs.
    Last edited by jagsandrams; 03-30-2012 at 06:13 AM.

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    I think i've read somwhere that GBRs eggs is initially darker in color and will turn white if unfertile.

    I don't think that medication will kill the eggs, but i aint 100% sure. Hopefully someone more experienced will chime in.
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    Yeah that's what i first read then read somewhere they came out white then turned dark. Also if they are white and unfertile the parents will eat them and they've yet to do that.. ill keep updating this is my first attempt at breeding fish ive only had them for a couple weeks so if it doesn't work out no big deal.

    Thanks for the help

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