I feed my peppered cory's a good quality sinking pellet and just before I turn the lights out I drop in a few algae wafers. Everything is always gone in the morning. I know they are eating well because they have gotten so much bigger since I got them about a month and half ago.
Thanks for the answer to my question. The corys are in a 25 gallon, I upgraded to a bigger tank but forgot to update my info. But I do think that I have 3 males and 1 huge female that has gotten a whole lot bigger since I got them.
Can anyone tell me if both of these are male, or is one of them female. The top one is very light in color, and the brighter one chases it. I was watching them yesterday and they swam up beside each other, each facing a different direction then they started going around in circles. I have seen...
While doing my water change this morning I ended up sucking up 2 molly fry. They are alive and swimming. That brings my total up to 5 fry survivors. I ended up putting them in a small tank for now until they get bigger. They are the cutest little things. Gonna have to get a bigger tank I think.
If I decide to keep the fry in a separate tank, what is the best type of filter for a fry tank. Right now in the main tank I have a power filter, but I've read that with that type of filter the tiny fry will get sucked up into the filter.
Checked my tank this morning and there was a fry swimming around. So far have seen only one fry. Guess she was already pregnant when I got her. I'm still fairly new to this, so what do I do now? Should I just leave the fry in the main tank and let nature take its course, or should I put them in...
Hi to all. I'm from Ottawa, Canada and have just recently bought some Balloon Belly Mollies. They are quite nice to watch, and already come to the top of the tank when I'm going to feed them. Any and all info for a beginner is appreciated.