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Mine are still in the tank. I have a floating plastic breeder they are in and even a few managed to escape my hungry puffer's eye and are still on the glass. I took one of my sword's leaves and pinned it to the glass with my mag-float to keep my puffers from seeing them. So far so good. They ate quite a few eggs, literally halving what I had ~140 The breeder is in front of my filter to keep circulation up. I'm watching them closely. Hopefully the fry are big enough where they cannot slip out of the breeder.
1 Otos, 6 Guyana Leaf Fish, 2 Malayan Leaf Fish, 1 Orange Head Tapajos, 4 Bronze Cories, 3 Peppered Cories, 2 Panda Cories, 1 Skunk Cory
3 Thread-finned Acara, 1 Jurupari, 1 Spiny Eel, 1 Bristlenose Pleco, 1 Festivum, 1 Spotted Raphael
That's what I figured I'd do next time is to leave them in the tank but in a breeder net....Thou that means catching the eggs RIGHT away before the Tigers do
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