Found Eggs! (not Easter Related)

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Guanchy said:
where are the eggs? lol. welcome to Fishlore!
You can see them better on this pic I don't think there's THAT many compared to what I've read online that they can produce, but I'm happy with the little pile I have there!
 

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ohhhhhhh I see them! that's awesome. keep updating this thread would love to follow the process
 

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Congratulations, eggs are always a good sign.
 

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Nice !
Don't be surprised if the parents eat the eggs ,or fry .
Rams are finicky fish .but very rewarding .
You must be doing something right !
Welcome ...
 
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coralbandit said:
Nice !
Don't be surprised if the parents eat the eggs ,or fry .
Rams are finicky fish .but very rewarding .
You must be doing something right !
Welcome ...
I'm aware they may get eaten, they are very protective of them eggs at the moment!
Thank you
 
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Guanchy said:
ohhhhhhh I see them! that's awesome. keep updating this thread would love to follow the process
Woke up to no eggs, BUT, looks like they're courting again, not sure how soon after they can 'go' again, but seems promising...

Unrelated but still cool, the shrimp tank, I'm currently watching a shrimp eat its exo skeleton, pretty metal :;bananahey
 

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Mine used to lay every 2 or 3 weeks for a few months but the eggs always got eaten
 

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