My Cory's laid some eggs today and I have moved the eggs into a floating breeder. What can I feed the babies to keep them alive when the hatch?
Corey fry aren't very particular with their appetite. If its small enough they will eat it. I've used various over the counter powder fry food, frozen baby brine shrimp, microworm cultures, even smashed up hard boiled chicken egg yolk. I had the highest survival rate by moving the eggs to an established tank that was heavy with hornwort, java moss and pothos. I fed them very little and they just foraged on micro life that had already established in the tank.
Is the breeder a pass-through container or a net?
Good luck with them and don't get discouraged if you lose a bunch of eggs or the fry. It can take a few tries to get them from egg to viable fingerling.