FLFishChik Posted February 28 Author Share Posted February 28 On 2/27/2023 at 11:51 PM, rockfisher said: I know you gotten advice already but use a credit card(actually a library card because it is thinner) to get them off the glass. My egg have always been pretty sticky. For ones like in the pic above I would just remove them and put them in a floating container, either by hand, card or baster as mentioned above. I use Tupperware. To float in the tank and change water out half way with a baster and add new tank water in. That’s the best luck I have had removing. My best hatches were when I had the moss from the bottom to the top that was very thick. They would laid the eggs on the tall moss and it was really to thick for them to get back and eat the fry went they would fall to the bottom. This is triming from the tall moss. You can see how thick. I would get 40 a spawn with 6 females. I’m trying to replicate it with out the moss because this was a land moss and lasts about 8 month I ended up putting a small cup in th water and gently rolling them off into that, then using a turkey baster to place them inside a glass bowl I placed at the bottom of a currently unoccupied 5g. This way they are in one place and I won’t have to play seek and find. To be fair, Im not really set up for for breeding right now. I have a 3g that I wanted to use, but it’s in use as a hospital tank at the moment. In any case, I can’t help but try and get a successful hatch, but I’m new to this as are the Corys that are breeding, so we might have that against us for a bit 😂 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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