Cinnebuns Posted March 11, 2022 Share Posted March 11, 2022 Alright, now that I've become addicted to what I call adult Easter egg hunts, I have decided to actively breed my panda cories. Nothing too over the top. Just what i feel like doing. I'm trying to decide how I want to organize it. Tanks I have available are 10 gallon with ability to divide and 2-5 gallons. I have 2 ideas. What do you think of each? First is my fav idea but idk if it would result in cannibalism. Keep the fry in a breeder box or 5 gallon from egg till 1 month old. After that they go into a 10 gallon, no divide, until 4 months old. This would mean 1 month olds housed with 4 month olds. Would they get eaten? At 4 months they would go with the adults and at 6 months rehomed. If needed I suppose I could use a 5 gallon for month 2 and have months 3 and 4 in the 10. Part of the idea of this plan is to not have to use the 5s if I have to tho. Second idea uses all tanks. Between the divided 10 and 2 5s I have 4 "spots." Each month I can just place eggs in a different spot keeping similar ages (within a month) together. Again, with the adult at 4 and out at 6. The biggest question therefore is, would 4 month olds eat 1 month olds? Would they eat 2 month olds? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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