lmhicks101 Posted January 2 Share Posted January 2 (edited) So I came down stairs today to find my cories going crazy. Sat down and saw the bigger one up against the glass and was like well I guess she’s hungry and went to get them their food but realized there were eggs on the glass and they’re breeding. This tank is my guppy breeding tank (my 5 year old calls it the Gumpy house) and it’s just them, a couple emerald Cory’s, and a few ottos. Are the eggs okay and how do I know they’re fertilized? I’ve only bread guppies and my Pygmy Cory’s. (The Pygmy’s were accidental and I only noticed later when I had more than I started with). This tank is my natural tank that I only change the filter on and add top off with water. I only change the water when I see the need for it or someone’s sick. To many small fry swimming around and the females hide in the top leaves of the Amazon. I used to change every other week 20% but it stressed them out and they died. Not worth it when everyone’s healthy and happy. PS - I’ve been reading up and it’s mentioning the T pose is the breeding and just saw an emerald and albino in the pose. Guess they’re cross breeding. Sorry for the bad picture quality. When I realized what they’re doing, I stayed away and took zoomed in pics. Edited January 2 by lmhicks101 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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