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eggs...help!

oddn0ise

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19 Nov 2011
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Any way of helping get these eggs to hatch safely?

There are three sets of eggs (two are visible in pic), the bigger two are similar and others (bottom left) are much smaller.
The bigger ones look like Corydoras eggs, and appeared after a large water change which seems to be their style. The smaller ones, I've not seen before, Otocinclus maybe?

Any suggestions on helping them but without taking them out of my tank...thanks

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tam

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5 May 2011
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You can use a breeding box either hanging on the side or in the tank - there are a few types so google a bit before picking or there are probably DIY options. You should be able to gently roll the cory eggs with your finger to lift them off the glass and into the box. Depending what else you have in the tank you could move half and leave the others - you might get a few survive in a planted tank as there is cover.

The little ones look more like snail, but the big ones look like corys.
 
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