Neon Tetra Or Cory Eggs

Vern
  • #1
I noticed this morning that someone deposited some eggs on the glass over night and am not sure if it was a corydora or neon tetra, they're all in what appears to be a 'C' shaped egg sack.
Should I move the eggs to their own tank? If they're tetra eggs I'd like to try raising some.

Thank you,
Vern
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Fanatic
  • #2
I believe that they are Neon Tetra eggs, although I could be wrong
 
JoeCamaro
  • #3
I believe that they are Neon Tetra eggs, although I could be wrong
There is a 50% chance you are right, though
 
Coradee
  • #4
Hi, neons are egg scatterers they don’t stick eggs to surfaces, sorry to say those look like snail eggs to me
 
Vern
  • Thread Starter
  • #5
Thanks for insight fanatic, I thought so myself as the Dora still seems quite plump.

You've got a point Joe.

I suppose my main question should be, is there any harm in moving the eggs to another aquarium or would that likely just kill them?
 
Fanatic
  • #6
Hi, neons are egg scatterers they don’t stick eggs to surfaces, sorry to say those look like snail eggs to me

Oh, then I was wrong
 
Vern
  • Thread Starter
  • #7
Coradee!! GASP! noooooo

How big would that snail be?
 
Coradee
  • #8
Sorry
 
Mazeus
  • #9
Agree with coradee, those are likely bladder snail eggs.
 
Junne
  • #10
Snail eggs. Cory eggs do not look like that ( in a sac ) and neither do neon eggs. Do you have pest snails in your tank?
 

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