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Old 12-13-2013, 10:12 PM   #1
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Julii Corydora Eggs

I recently lost one of my 2 pairs. I was really excited to see this pair spawn a few minutes ago; therefore, I did manage to get 4 of the eggs. I really hope they survive. I placed them in an egg tumbler. Fingers crossed that they survive. Here is the diy tumbler I emulated Do it Yourself PRO EGG TUMBLER great design - YouTube
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I haven't been able to hatch any of my albino Cory eggs. The egg tumbler in your link looked a bit confusing to me. I'm going to try this one:
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Not sure from the video what this is supposed to do, but there is no substitute for setting up a separate small breeding tank for your fish - just remove the adults after spawning.

Just a tip - do not move the eggs as they are spawned. Once they are fertilised, the eggs are very delicate up until they have split to 64 cells. Any vibration/movement up to this point can shake the cells apart and the developing egg will die.
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It worked, my eggs hatched!
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It worked, my eggs hatched!
Congratulations, cory mama! How many bubs have you got?
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