02-10-2012, 08:29 PM
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first off, thats truly remarkable photography. really. im astonished.
second, my cories do that about every 2 or 3 weeks, though now I keep a betta with them and the little (expletive deleted) eats the eggs promptly. If you have just enough water movement to keep the eggs from getting moldy (air stone that I see, should help in the immediate vicinity) the eggs will hatch eventually, but I have had not so much success. I started with 5 I think, im up to 8!! I need to rehome them soon as its only a 10g
im happy for you! getting to watch cories spawn is a neat experience, and apparently fun for the whole shoal lol :)