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On 10/16/2021 at 11:54 AM, Flumpweesel said:

Your best chance would be to collect and hatch in a separate tank. 

I have a similar scenario in my tank but the siamese algae eaters follow the Cory's while they lay so I'd have to be quick however I still gain about a cory a year leaving them to chance.

I tried once before I had methylene blue and they fungus'd up. Bad part is, is they usually lay the eggs when I'm at work and the bottomless pits that are red wag platys destroy them by the time I get home. I just need to make spawning mops.

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I have the same issue with my guppies and panda Cory eggs. Covering them will stop/slow flow and increase fungus risk. If you do try use like plastic cross stitch craft grid to allow lots of flow. If they fungus with meth blue they may not have been fertile…just a guess at that. 

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