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Old 02-14-2016, 11:16 PM   #1
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Is this cory or platy babies?

I have 6 corys and recently got some panda Platys! I have never had either of there fry before so I don't know what they are! They sit at the bottom and don't go to the top!

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It's hard to tell. Looks like a Cory fry. If you can see the wiskers then it is definitely a Cory fry.
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Cory juveniles never float to the surface. Always below. For Platy it is too long. It looks like goldguppy.
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Would you be able to make a better pic?
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It's a platy...
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When cories are born, they start off as needles. But I've also noticed that the development of cories from a needle to a look-a-like of a cory goes pretty fast.
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It's definitely a platy fry! Since the platys are usually kept with all kinds of colors, they can produce all kinds of color fry....

Cory fry are much smaller, and you would have probably seen the eggs.
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