Hi all! I would very much appreciate your advice!!!!
Yesterday morning i noticed 4 separate batches of egg's in my 10 gallon which housed 3 zebra danio's, 3 albino cory's and a dwarf gourami. When i got home from work later in the day i started researching and found that they are cory egg's!!!!! (So excited) I also read that the parents will eat the egg's and fry, so i moved everybody into my larger community tank. Now the tank is empty besides the gravel at the bottom.
I have spent hours now here at the computer trying to figure out what to do. I did a 20% water change, put my air stone so that it goes over the egg's and i got a mesh bag to put over the filter stem. I do not have a heater in this tank at this time and i'm also kinda broke atm, the temp is around 67, i do not know if this is an issue or not. I do have a breeder container floaty thing, and i see everywhere people scrape the egg's off and move them, but i am wondering do i have to do that being no one else is in the tank? I'm also not really comfortable with that, bc i am afraid i may hurt them . I would love nothing more then to welcome new babe cory's into the family!
Most of the egg's are turning an yellow color, when i first saw them some they looked clear and white. Some egg's i see have a white spot and i understand those are not good, there is very few like that most are changing.
I question what else i can do at this point? Leave them be? Scrape them off and put them in my floater and move them to my larger heated community tank?
I also heard that when a cory pair form's they mate for life, is this true?
Help, Help, i don't know what to do!!!!!!!