Apr 16, 2012

Corydoras Eggs - C. duplicareus

Did a major water change last night and when returned this evening, a dozon of eggs found on the glass edge.
A few of them were stucked in the filter sponge. Instead of using my finger to roll them, i used a sucker this time round to avoid direct human contact.

This is the first time i try spawning them in an "Amazon Like" condition. The shells were translucent red at the outer ring due to water.

I have my breeder net, brine shrimp eggs and salt prepared. Moss was a recent addition to suck up nitrates and place for the eggs. However C. duplicareus do not believe in moss.

16th April 2012

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