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Old 03-16-2012, 03:28 PM   #1
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Some cory eggs actually made it!

There are a few Cory fry in my 55 gallon that still house 9 neon tetras and 6 Corys. I know it's natural order and what happens happens but there are a good amount of Cory eggs still in the tank from a more recent breeding frenzy. My question is, can I move the eggs to my 20 gallon red cherry shrimp tank? It's decently planted and only houses cherrys. What would the survival rate be amongst shrimp instead of tetras and full grown Cory's? Thank for any help.
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