Okay, I'm in shock and a bit of a panic...
I came into my room tonight (I don't spend all day in here) which is where I house my 20gal, and my 2.5gal tanks. Only to find that someone in my 20gal multiplied...! A LOT!!!
The only fish I have in here that have both males and females are, Neon and Glowlight Tetras, A pair of Cherry Barbs, and Corys. The eggs have to number about 100, all over the front and back of my tank. This was an unplanned "eggnancy," and the pain in the bottom, irresponsible parents laid them on the glass, plants, and under the plants. They however seem to prefer my live plant that has a wide leaf and is a bit scooped in the center. The eggs are very tiny, and white, and they seem to be in clusters.
I have a breeder box, and would like to transfer the eggs into it, but I need to know if it will kill the eggs, and what species they are so I can do research. Also what do I do with that many babies? How do I care for them? and do I put anything in the box like a plant, somewhere to hide, etc...?
Someone, please help me identify these new editions to my tank, how to care for them, etc... I would be more grateful then you could ever know!
Thank you in advance to anyone who replies.