11-27-2012, 03:03 PM
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I guess anything is possible, but I would think highly unlikely. I believe there is a short time frame from when the eggs are laid and when they have to be fertilized, otherwise they are usually snacks for the tank mates. We raise mouth brooders, so I am not up on egg layers, just my guess for whatever that is worth. We do have a German Dwarf Ram female and she pseudo spawns about every couple of months, only actually seen the eggs one time. The fish must be having snack time during the night... If those eggs are not eaten and start looking fuzzy, you need to remove them.