Discussion in 'Breeding Fish' started by fish_r_friend, Feb 17, 2006.

  1. fish_r_friendWell Known MemberMember

  2. JasonWell Known MemberMember

    tetra's are usually quite hard too breed, probably need a seperate breeding tank and best left to professional breeders
  3. JonWell Known MemberMember

    this site says "not too hard if the ph is between 6.5 and 6.8"
  4. 0morrokhFishlore VIPMember

    They need a separate tank, they need to be well conditioned, marbles on the bottom keep them from eating their eggs, they need to be stimulated to breed somehow, and it's reallly hard to raise the fry...sorry, not much help, that's about all I can remember. :-\
  5. fish_r_friendWell Known MemberMember

    its OK i was just wondering if it can be done in a home aquarium
  6. MarcWell Known MemberMember

    It probably could, if you put enough time into researching and trial and error :)

    I know Corydoras are stimulated to breed by lowering the water level and making it colder. You could contact a breeder or research how/when they breed in the wild if you'd really want to :)
  7. JonWell Known MemberMember

    cories are stimulated by allowing the water to evaporate off then pouring colder water in like rain.
  8. MarcWell Known MemberMember

    Really? That's great to know... gonna try my hand at it in a few months. Thanks!
  9. JonWell Known MemberMember

    i got this info from a post by butterfly so you can give her the credit...

    i dont beleive cories are ez to breed though so be careful and be patient-- best of luck