Ohh are there any fish that I can put the fry with or is it better to just leave the fry in a separate tankWell....I got my 4 Bronze Cory in May this year and they were about 75% their adult size. Within a week they were throwing their caviar everywhere and a short time after that, little wigglers appeared from under the plants and wood
Alright do the parents eat the fry when they hatch?Another great and easy fish that aren't livebearers that you can consider breeding are convict cichlids.
I leave the babies in the aquarium with the other fish since so much caviar gets thrown onto the glass, plants and under the gravel etc.....the other fish ignore them and even when newly hatched they can swim extremely fast and escape under a plant if another fish gets too closeOhh are there any fish that I can put the fry with or is it better to just leave the fry in a separate tank
Oh I see thank you :3
That's cool I'll consider itNope! They actually take care of their frys!
Alright then I'll seperate them to be safeNOTE: They will eat their spawns a few times if they're new to parenthood, but other than that, they won't eat them if they got used to it.