Two eggs

Discussion in 'Fish' started by Dolly Sprint 16v, 7 Jan 2010.

  1. Dolly Sprint 16v

    Dolly Sprint 16v Member

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    Tanks lights have just come on - so its fertz time and I have noticed two of what look like eggs on a leaf. The sack is transparent with a white dot in the middle see attached picy. Does anybody know "what they are?, should i move them ? and what would be the best container to put them in to see what they are.

    Fish within the tank are
    Otto's
    Rummies
    harlequinns
    Cardinals
    Cats
    Platties - can rule these out.

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    Regards
    Paul.
     
  2. jolt100

    jolt100 Member

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    Hi, they look like corydoras eggs but if they are white they will be infertile. Corys lay eggs in small groups and can be on leaves, stones or the glass. If you see any clear ones try picking them or scraping off the surface they are on into a container and airate or allow some water flow to keep them from fungussing.
    Hope this helps

    John
     
  3. aquaticmaniac

    aquaticmaniac Member

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    They look like cory eggs to me too. Mine were laying like crazy the other day. I see a few fertile eggs here and there.
    The two you have, if still white (probably fungusy or eaten by now) look infertile.
     
  4. Dolly Sprint 16v

    Dolly Sprint 16v Member

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    Thx for the replies - the eggs have disappeared now, presume they have been eaten.
    Regards
    Paul.
     

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