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Going to raise them?

I've had my neons spawn too but eggs immediately eaten lol my cherry barbs too.
Probably not. I would need to fish out the eggs or the lemons and I don't have any baby food on me. Maybe some fry will survive, but the loaches are good at getting the eggs.
 

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Probably not. I would need to fish out the eggs or the lemons and I don't have any baby food on me. Maybe some fry will survive, but the loaches are good at getting the eggs.
Thats how it is with my cherry barbs and neons too, but I've got baby food all over the place. Driving my husband nuts with the jars of cyclops cultures and now baby brine shrimp haha
 
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16 eggs total, 14 collected. I dropped 2 on the sand and can't see them to collect them

Got them in a container with an airline and an alder cone

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Corydoras pygmaeus have begun to hatch :D
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Sparkling gourami baby with tummy full of baby brine shrimp
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One of the many platy juveniles. These guys will be found homes soon. Theyre eating large sized flakes no problem and are large enough most community fish will not eat them.
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And the Corydoras Trilineatus youngsters
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Nice fat tummies! Is it Solo with the purple eye & green sheen in your last pic? Seems like it must be, the other is so much smaller.
Yes thats Solo with one of the smaller younger ones.

The younger batch have some almost as big as Solo and then a couple still small ones.

These are some of the larger ones
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I've upgraded sizes for the sparkling gourami now theyre growing too big for the 1/4 gallon container. Moved the pygmy cory fry to that.
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And sparkler babies
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And check the sizes of the baby pygmies!
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(A Canadian 25c coin is same size as American 25c and UK 10 pence)
 

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OK, maybe I'm lame but it took a while to see 1 or 2 move...But yeah, go Noodle & a cory fry. I'm hoping for better pics soon...your visually challenged friend ;)
 

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OK, maybe I'm lame but it took a while to see 1 or 2 move...But yeah, go Noodle & a cory fry. I'm hoping for better pics soon...your visually challenged friend ;)
No not you. Sparkling gourami are slow moving fish. Very deliberate in what they do. In this case, they were staring at the glass looking for goodies to eat lol

The adults are slow moving too, sort of skulk around. They will stare lots of things down very intently. Its funny lol
 
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