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ron4th 01-19-2008 05:55 PM

German Blue Rams laying eggs!
 
I recently bought a pair German Blue Rams for my 29 gallon aquarium (that is fully cycled with no traces of amonia or nitrites)and within a few days they were already laying eggs in a planted corner of the tank. It was really unexpected, and i was pretty supprised to find eggs allready. In the tank there are also 7 zebra danios (that are in there from cycling the tank), 3 juli corydoras, and a clown pleco.I was thinking of maybe taking out the zebra danios and putting in a school of neon tetras and a few Gouramis.

My question is Will the zebra danios eat the eggs and/or fry when they hatch?
Should I take the zebra danios out?
If I take out the Danios- and get a school of neon tetras and a few Gouramis, will the tetras and gouramis eat the fry or eggs?

herefishy 01-20-2008 12:41 AM

I would leave everyting as is. None of the fish in your tank pose a definite problem to your GBR's. These cichlids are awesome parents ansd will keep any intruder away from the fry.


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