bronze corydoras catfish eggs hatch today

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For the past two years my bronze corydoras have been happy swimming around in one of my guppy tanks
so about 2 weeks ago I decided to set up a breeding thank, I gave them a good variety of foods and done partial water changes with cold rainwater they spawned a few days ago today so far I have counted about 30 fry a pic of a pair of Cory's and eggs everywhere

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I hope to do well with them I have found more fry than I thought i had, today I set up a tank for my corydoras adolfoi not so easy to breed as the bronze corydoras. i will slowly cliImmatise them to a lower PH and then feed them well with live foods for the next few weeks hopefully they will spawn
 

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I have one male bronze and he loves breeding with my albino's :rofl:
Your albinos are likely albino aeneus, so he's not being extra, they're the same species, just a different colour (or rather, lack of pigmentation in the albinos) ;)
 

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Your albinos are likely albino aeneus, so he's not being extra, they're the same species, just a different colour (or rather, lack of pigmentation in the albinos) ;)
Well i read that albino's are half bronze god knows if it's true but they're always will to be breed with him and they are albino aeneus.
 

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Well i read that albino's are half bronze god knows if it's true but they're always will to be breed with him and they are albino aeneus.
LOL no, albinos aren't a hybrid, just an albino form of aeneus (bronze cories). The black "Venezuelan" cories are also the same species, just a different colour mutation :)

Although there are also albino sterbai and peppered cories out there too. The aeneus are just more commonly found.
 

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LOL no, albinos aren't a hybrid, just an albino form of aeneus (bronze cories). The black "Venezuelan" cories are also the same species, just a different colour mutation :)

Although there are also albino sterbai and peppered cories out there too. The aeneus are just more commonly found.
Well I read the albinos are found, half the time you don't know what to believe. They'll be at it again tomorrow it's not healthy around my young fry 🤣
 

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