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KillieOrCory

Here are a few pics I took recently of the Corydoras fry I have in the fishroom currently.

It's interesting to compare the size of fry at hatching. It has no correlation to adult fish size. Generally speaking long nose corys have smaller eggs.

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NoGi

@KillieOrCory cute little fry you have there. Are you going to take progressive shots as they get bigger?

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jc12

Nice. I currently have some panda and pygmaeus fry growing out ranging between 1-4 weeks.

Hastatus and pygmaeus fry look so similar.

Do you have any duplicareus?

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KillieOrCory

I am waiting for my pygmaeus and habrosus to spawn as well to compare.

I don't have any duplicareus at the moment. Hopefully I am getting some in a week or two.

 

 

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Cesar

Nice @KillieOrCory ! Always have corys in my planted tanks, what are the ideal water parameters for breeding corys?

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