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Old 07-16-2017, 04:22 PM   #1
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The immaculate conception tank!

Hello everyone! If it turns out to be actual fish, this will be a fun thread to update!

So this is a 10g with currently AND ONLY EVER RCS. Fauna is various anubias, jungle val, water sprite, and floating Anachris.

This morning I noticed 15+ of these little guys appearing to be swimming around. They don't wiggle like mosquito larvae so I didn't immediately kill them. Will try to get better photos.

What could they be? I'm assuming they hitchhiked onto a plant.

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hello everyone! If it turns out to be actual fish, this will be a fun thread to update!

So this is a 10g with currently and only ever rcs. Fauna is various anubias, jungle val, water sprite, and floating anachris.

This morning i noticed 15+ of these little guys appearing to be swimming around. They don't wiggle like mosquito larvae so i didn't immediately kill them. Will try to get better photos.

What could they be? I'm assuming they hitchhiked onto a plant.

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Happened to me! Fish eggs stick to plants very well lol.
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Happened to me! Fish eggs stick to plants very well lol.
What kind did they end up being? =D
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Dwarf Rainbows. I had a plant in my 29g that I moved to a Biorb. No fish in it just plants and snails. Then I was changing the water and spotted the fry. Once they were big enough not to be eaten I moved them back in with their parents. I had no idea the fish had spawned.
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