OMG new lambchops are laying eggs, now what??

ShastaDaisy

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So this is so crazy to me, but almost as soon as these new fish were in my tank, two of them started exhibiting breeding behavior. I had to look it up as I was pretty sure that’s what was happening, but wanted to confirm. And now I see them going underneath the leaves belly up, which I understand is how they lay their eggs. So now what? Should I move some moss over to where the eggs? Should I take the eggs out? I’m understand that the best thing to feed them is freshly hatched baby brine shrimp?
 

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They will lay eggs where they see it fit to lay them. So just leave everything as it is.

Except you want to breed them, but then you'd need a dedicated setup with only the rasbora in it and remove the parents after spawning.
 

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