What are these? Eggs? --- Yes, cory eggs! :D

Discussion in 'Breeding Fish' started by aquatic, Nov 25, 2012.

  1. aquaticValued MemberMember

    I'm curious if anyone can identify these objects. They are about an inch from the waterline on the glass in my "floating garden". They are milky white/clear, about 1/8" diameter. The only things in my tank that aren't live bearers are ghost shrimp, neons, oto cats, and cories. Are they eggs?
  2. BumblebatWell Known MemberMember

    Look like Cory eggs to me.
  3. aquaticValued MemberMember

    Ha, it's funny what you can get to breed when not even trying :)
    We've got 3 corries and never paid attention to their sexes.
    I'm used to breeding live bearers, first time for egg, guess I'm going to have to check out some threads on how to do it properly.
  4. BumblebatWell Known MemberMember

  5. aquaticValued MemberMember

    I did some searching overnight on cory breeding but can't find all the answers.
    How soon should the eggs be turning brownish to show they are developing?
  6. BumblebatWell Known MemberMember

    If they're infertile, they'll go opaque or clear in the next 12-24 hours. If they're viable they ought to darken up in the next 2-4 days.
  7. aquaticValued MemberMember

    Ok, I just checked on them, they still seem whitish, but it also seems there may be something inside, almost greenish in color. It's been less than 24 hrs since I noticed them but will keep an eye on them for another day to see if they start to darken up.