Mine eat them by the gills hahahaWTFish? said:These blood worm pics are adorable. My habrosus don’t seem to go after them much, I believe they’re too big. Lol
These are but there are some bigger types that aren't. A school of these will cost a fortuneJLeeM said:There's actually corys that shouldn't be in a school? Hmmm. Learn something every day right?
Great lookingcichlid4life said:
Think they're C102 (maybe C.leopardus)jenmur said:These guys weren’t labeled at LFS. The card was turned around since fish in that tank were sick and therefore not available. Sssoooo, what kind are they? Tried to get a face shot and a side body shot
Horrible picture but these are so cute!! LFS had them labeled as corydoras pantanalensis
I really don’t know what triggers it for sure. I’ve been changing water with same temp, it’s been raining on and off for a month now, I’ve been feeding frozen food 3x a week. The eggs I got right now came 2 days after a water change. They females did got very bloated beforehand making me very nervous. Good luck!cichlid4life said:Congrats! I saw some cool shiny bronze cories at the pet store a month back and I saw eggs in the tank, I went home and googled cory eggs and it was the same eggs I saw at the petstore! two days later the pet store opened up again and the eggs were gone b cause there was a feather fin squeaker in the tank, but the parents still remained and I bought them, but they still haven't danced and laid eggs yet! the females are way too plum to wait and the females still grow bigger and plumper everyday but no breeding action! I am hoping to be successful like you are with these bronze cories.