Hello, everyone. I'm totally new here, and new to the hobby. I've had a 10 gallon community tank going for about 5 months. My population consists of 5 Neons, 3 Harlequin Rasboras, 3 Corys, and a selection of live plants.
Yesterday I noticed one of my Rasboras hovering upside down on the under side of leaves, which I came to find out was a spawning behavior. I watched her continue for about a half hour, though I never actually saw any eggs, nor did I see a male join her. I don't know for how long she continued after I left.
Considering my inexperience, I'm just curious as to the likelihood that there may be eggs in the tank, now? If so, should I be able to see them? Do Rasboras ever exhibit breeding behavior like this without actually reproducing?
I realize my tank is far from the ideal environment for eggs or fry, and that either would probably be eaten before long, but the prospect of having my fish reproduce is still exciting, so I just want to know if it actually happened.