Found Out Why I Dont Find Eggs Anymore

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I have been away from home recently, almost a month, but I could still go back and feed the fish every couple of days. (Had to leave while they fixed the floors)

During that time I noticed my corydoras had stopped breeding. Atleast I dint find eggs anymore, BUT yesterday my cory spawned and I saw what was going on. My apistogramma macmasterI juvenile, the larger ones, were following the cory around and eating eggs as they were laid. Guess they found free snacks.
 

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Corys themselves like scrambled eggs as well.
 

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Random eggs I find in my tank are always eaten over night without fail
 
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DoubleDutch said:
Corys themselves like scrambled eggs as well.
I heard of that, tho mine seem more interrested in the female and chasing her.

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Random eggs I find in my tank are always eaten over night without fail
True, tho I would of liked to save a few and have fun raising cories xP
 

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GlamCrab said:
I heard of that, tho mine seem more interrested in the female and chasing her.



True, tho I would of liked to save a few and have fun raising cories xP
Hahahaha, mummie will eat her own eggs a day later if they would still be there.
 
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Rip eggies

The apistogramma also try to get the nerite eggs but they seem to give up fast on those
 
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