- Fish Breeding
|x2fast4everyone ||11-09-2009 08:40 PM |
Help with a decision!
Alright so after two weeks of getting my blue ram pair they laid eggs. They are still currently laying more, but when their done im not sure of what to do. They laid them on a leaf way up high in the aquarium. I have a breeder net thingy a cube with net around it. im wondering if i should cut off the stem so that the whole leaf i can place in there or if i should just let them go. the problem is at night the rams go to sleep and at night my corys go wild up on top of those leafs.
|teddyzaper ||11-09-2009 09:48 PM |
i would cut off the leaf
|aunt kymmie ||11-09-2009 09:58 PM |
I've read that rams will protect their eggs with a vengeance and normally lay them on a flat area (piece of slate, in a flower pot) Strange that they'd lay them up on a leaf. Maybe they take shifts as far as sleep? Obviously I don't know the answer...
|x2fast4everyone ||11-09-2009 10:20 PM |
Thanks! im not so sure there the right color though, but its their first batch.
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