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Old 03-27-2013, 03:44 PM   #1
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Ok, i just watched my cories spawn! Now, whats next?

So i'm just sitting here doing school work, than I look over at my tank, and a pair of cories are going crazy on glass?! Then I notice EGGS and then the pair swims away!!! now theres 2 sets of cory eggs in my tank, about 20 eggs each!!!

So, what should I do to raise them!?

Tank mates are 3 anglefish, 7 rummy nose tetra, 6 cories, 3 ghost shrimp, a von rio tetra, 4 danios, and a mystery snail. It's medium planted with fake plants.
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well you could leave them or pull them out and put them in another tank with meth blue . sponge filter - heater at 80 or in a hatching net wit a small air stone under it for circulation
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I dont trust the ghost shrimp...
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I put my Cory eggs in a 5 gallon tank with a sponge filter and cherry shrimp. They can't eat the eggs but they keep them clean. Works like a charm. I have about 30 sterbai in the tank right now. As they get big enough they go into the big tank and then out the door.
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How do I move them?
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take a razor blade and scrape them off and suck them up with a turkey baster or use a piece of hose and siphon them out into something
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You can roll them off the glass and on to your finger too. They're tougher than you think. I use both methods. Razors work good if you have one with a lip on it to keep the eggs from rolling off.
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I've tried that, and it doesn't work for me, I dunno, what kinda razor do you use? And they don't seem to roll off on my finger when I try that...in fact it seems like I squish them when I try that.
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