ashaquabarn Posted March 8 Share Posted March 8 I have a breeding pair of sterbai corydoras who are faithfully breeding weekly. I have been collecting the eggs because if not, the majority of them get eaten. I have left some in the tank to see if they survive and they all usually end up with fungus over them. The ones I have been removing which is between 20-30 each time, I move into a fluval breeding box off their aquarium and I have only had 4 actually hatch. They sadly did not end up surviving because they swam into the divider and get stuck 😞 I have Java moss, and almond leaves in the aquarium, keeping the nitrates at little to nothing and the temp is around 78… Why are the eggs all dying? I have even tried dipping them in methylene blue, but it doesn’t seem to work. Does anyone know what could be going wrong?? Please help! 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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