Hey Dr H!
Glad I could pass along the snails to some hungry knives! I'm sure we'll have more in the future.
I'm glad you liked my little albino cory farm. That originally started out as just a curiosity. I kept seeing cory eggs stuck to the glass in my communal tank. Invariably, they would disappear in a day or two. Probably the result of voracious guppies that will eat just about anything that can't swim faster than they do.
One day, I came home from work and the tank walls were COVERED in cory eggs. I took that as a sign that I should try saving/hatching/growing some. I set up a couple ten gallon aquariums and siphoned a bunch of eggs into them. About six days later they hatched! Next thing I know
I've got more cories than I know what to do with.
To anyone else reading this: yes, I should have quite a few baby albino cories free to good homes in a few weeks. I'm not ready quite yet. The cories need to grow a bit more and I need to get through a few very busy weeks. I'll start a new thread when I'm ready to find new homes.
I wish I could breed zebra plecos like I breed cories!
The coolest fish I've ever owned were some fish sticks in my freezer.