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Raising Cories

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Old 07-22-2010, 07:08 AM   #1
 
Raising Cories

Hey guys, my Bronze Cories have laid eggs in my 72L tank this morning.





There's a good 100-150 eggs,on front sides, filter and on a moss. I have never raised them, so I was hoping to hear some expert advice.

The tank is 72L with 3 Bronze and 2 Sterba species. It has a sponge filter and I will connect an air-stone in today or tomorrow. Do I remove these fish, because I wanted to remove them this morning, but they have laid more eggs this afternoon, so how long do they keep laying for?

As for the eggs them self, I will prepare brine shrimp in few days, so when they hatch babies will have brine shrimp after 1-2 days of hatching. Is there anything else I should be aware of, know, do, in to raise them successfully?
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Old 07-27-2010, 09:27 AM   #2
 
My bronze corydoras have laid eggs about 3.5 days ago, now they look cloudy and I can see some sort of worms like, white thin stripes moving from them. The do look and move like worms, so I'm kind of worried.


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Is that a stage in fish development, because they look more like worms rather than fish.



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