Jerry Posted November 5, 2020 Share Posted November 5, 2020 Hello, I have a group of 12 neon tetras in my 60 gallon community tank and just noticed two of them breeding in a corner over a piece of wood covered in java fern, I watched as a couple eggs dropped but have no way of recovering them. I thought neons required soft acidic water to breed but my water isn’t, if I pull out the neons and put them in their own tank would they continue to breed or the stress of moving ruin it. They’re in a tank with tons of cherry and Amano shrimp, Pygmy corys, Kerri tetras, bristle nosed plecos and CPDs so I’m fairly certain the fry have no chance in their current set up. thanks for the advice, jerry 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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