Mr. Ed's Aquatics Posted August 17, 2020 Share Posted August 17, 2020 Last night I noticed my 2 paleatus corys swimming up and down all over front of the tank after the lights went off. This morning I see 20-30 eggs in little groups all over the tank. I only have the 2 corys, 1 baby rubberlip pleco and a ton of endlers with some pond snails. Are they cory eggs? I can't think of anything else that might have laid them, they don't look like snail eggs. Any chance of hatching them in the community tank? Or should I move the eggs to another empty tank if I wanted to keep them? What's a good way to move them? I have only ever accidentally colony bred easy corys and didn't think just 2 (they were a rescue, I know to keep them in bigger groups) would possibly mate. Anyhow, thanks for any info. 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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