Fishy101 Posted February 10, 2022 Share Posted February 10, 2022 (edited) Hello! I just saw my green Cory lay bunches of eggs in my aquarium. It’s a ten gallon with some tetras (rosys and black phantoms, two other Cory’s, and a couple rasboras). I have never had baby fish before so I have no clue what to do but very excited! I noticed when we got the Cory it was very fat but they never told us anything, and have had her for 2ish weeks. Added a bunch of plants yesterday, but some of them got uprooted and her eggs are on them, is that ok? They are also on the walls and some other plants. I have so many questions: when will they hatch can they stay in that aquarium with the other fish is having an aerator fine and do I need a sponge filter should I leave the uprooted plants food? do I need another tank for them? how many should I expect how Should I do water changes temperatue? (Right now it is at around 76.2 degrees) and many more hahah I read that I have to take them out but I only have a little one gallon bowl right now and I don’t want to hurt them… so any tips Since I got her from the store recently she just laid and they are a whitish color, is that ok? Because some people said they should be more beige Any information is much appreciated! Edited February 10, 2022 by Fishy101 1 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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