09-04-2012, 09:43 AM
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I went to do a water change this morning and found what I can only assume are eggs. They are small white balls and are sticking to the glass in various places in the tank. There are 37 of them. My best bet is that they are cory eggs since I only have a male betta and one snail that has been around long enough that I don't think they could've come from it. Plus 2 of my cories are hanging around the spots where the eggs are.
So on to my questions:
What do I do? I don't want any of the eggs to be hurt (eaten by the betta, knocked off the glass by the snail, etc... if these things are even possible). Should I move them to a different tank? Can I do so without hurting them?
I am fairly certain they were not there earlier when I fed the fish. How long should they take to hatch?
Any other tips or advice of info would be greatly appreciated. I have no idea what to do here. Thanks!