01-26-2010, 10:51 AM
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Originally Posted by iamntbatman
FrogHerder, many fish will lay eggs without them being fertilized. I'm not sure if bronze and peppered corydoras can hybridize (although I somewhat doubt it) so odds are that one is a female and simply laid unfertilized eggs.
I've had cories spawn pretty regularly but I've never attempted to save the eggs. The cories themselves are pretty enthusiastic about eating the eggs, so they're usually gone within 24 hours.
I figgered the odds were pretty low that the eggs are viable. Had a QT tank open, and thought I'd at least give them a chance.