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Discussion in 'Corydoras' started by countryrain, Jun 25, 2018.

  1. countryrainWell Known MemberMember

    I was doing a deep cleaning on my 29 gallon, taking everything out to vacuum the sand, and there he was a Pepper Cory fry. I was a little surprised to say the least. I had found eggs on the glass of the aquarium three times. The first time I had no idea what the eggs where from, and worried they where snail eggs, I removed them. Then I was on the internet researching Corys and saw a picture of Cory eggs on aquarium glass, then I knew what they where. So twice more my Pepper Cory laid eggs on the glass, and I left them alone. Out of about 30 eggs, I found this little guy. Since I know I have a mated pair, maybe I should consider setting them up their own tanks to breed in. Pepper Cory Fry.jpg
  2. KayWooNew MemberMember

    That'll be fun!
  3. Sarah73Fishlore VIPMember

    Congrats! I'm surprised that little one survived without getting eaten. I have been raising Cory fry for a while. I actually have around 80 fry right now! Fun creatures to take care of. 20180620_075718.jpg

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