I have a few Cory habrosus in my 29g tank (there used to be 4... not entirely sure how many there currently are because I never see more than one at a time, they are always hiding!) The tank is fairly heavily planted.
Yesterday, I did a 30% water change. Today, I see some eggs in my tank. Are they Cory eggs? (please, please, please!) They don't look like any snail eggs I have seen before, so I am hopeful. I think I have attached a picture of the eggs, below. If it doesn't work, please let me know. The eggs are attached to a bolbitis stem.
Other inhabitants of my tank include 9 bloodfin tetras, 5 male guppies, and 1 oto.
If they are actually cories, is there anything I can do to encourage their survival? I have no other tanks, so a separate setup will not happen.
They do look very similar to cory eggs, is there a jelly around them? If so, it's snail eggs. Can you remove them to breeder net so the cories won't eat them? I once poked holes in the bottom of a cheap tuperware container and floated that in the water to contain eggs.
they look like ramhorn eggs. my my sterbais and pandas usually lay there eggs in a scattered form against glass and flat surfaces. but ive never seem pygmy cories eggs . if they are are cory eggs they will hatch in a few days depending on heat.
Oh, yes. I have friends in marshfield...And yes we did. The plover river (my backyard) is out of its bed. Picnic tables were floating in iverson park, and they were expecting downtown to be flooded last weekend. So we have had some rain.