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PostPosted: Tue Mar 20, 2018 12:23 pm Post subject: Re: Panda corys breeding success and pygmy cory success Reply with quote

 @rohanj     Nice!
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 21, 2018 12:59 am Post subject: Re: Panda corys breeding success and pygmy cory success Reply with quote

 Bites  are  on  the  way
 ..  Thanks  Blesson
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 21, 2018 12:09 pm Post subject: Re: Panda corys breeding success and pygmy cory success Reply with quote

                                                   
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 https://ibb.co/nNZG9c
                 

 
 @Rohanj,  is  this  the  pic  of  the  breeding  tank  with  the  eggs?  The  power  head  would  be  too  powerful  for  the  fry  once  they  hatch.  Whats  the  plan.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 21, 2018 10:13 pm Post subject: Re: Panda corys breeding success and pygmy cory success Reply with quote

                                                   
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 @Rohanj,  is  this  the  pic  of  the  breeding  tank  with  the  eggs?  The  power  head  would  be  too  powerful  for  the  fry  once  they  hatch.  Whats  the  plan.                

 
 Yes  rohanj  i  missed  this  observation  as  well.  The  powerhead  might  be  small  but  fry  will  tend  to  move  towards  the  big  dark  object  for  hiding  and  will  definitely  get  sucked  in.  I  would  invest  in  a  sponge  filter  or  just  stick  to  plain  old  20  %  water  changes.
 I  am  now  forced  to  move  away  temporarily  in  view  of  my  job.  So  im  leaving  behind  the  main  tank  under  my  wifes  care  but  taking  the  fry  along  with  me.  So  getting  a  smaller  1ft  tank  and  a  sponge  filter  soaked  in  my  main  tank  for  bacteria.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 21, 2018 10:16 pm Post subject: Re: Panda corys breeding success and pygmy cory success Reply with quote

 And  once  the  eggs  hatch,  u  will  want  to  lower  the  water  height  to  about  4  inches  from  bottom.  This  will  be  critical  as  the  fry  will  need  to  take  their  first  gulps  of  atmospheric  air.  In  my  case  because  i  have  them  in  a  shallow  tub  in  the  tank  it  suits  well.  U  might  have  to  drop  the  water  height.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 21, 2018 10:16 pm Post subject: Re: Panda corys breeding success and pygmy cory success Reply with quote

 This  is  beautiful  <3
 If  you  happen  to  be  in  Bangalore  I  would  love  to  take  a  few  babies  from  you  Smile
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 21, 2018 10:19 pm Post subject: Re: Panda corys breeding success and pygmy cory success Reply with quote

                                                   
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This  is  beautiful  <3
 If  you  happen  to  be  in  Bangalore  I  would  love  to  take  a  few  babies  from  you  Smile                

 
 Me?  Yes  i  am  from  bangalore.  The  fry  are  too  small  to  even  fend  for  themselves  at  the  moment.  Once  they  reach  juvie  size  i  ll  let  u  know.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 22, 2018 2:26 am Post subject: Re: Panda corys breeding success and pygmy cory success Reply with quote

 Had  reduced  the  filter  flow   three  days  earlier  soon  after  I  saw  one   fry  getting  knocked  out  for  a  few  seconds  by  the  flow,..  Now  it's  just  tiny  bubbles  coming  out  so  suction  force  should  be  very  less..
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 22, 2018 3:05 pm Post subject: Re: Panda corys breeding success and pygmy cory success Reply with quote

 Having  fry  death  almost  every  day  now.  The  temp  is  at  a  constant  27°c  and  is  wrecking  havoc  with  the  fry.  The  oldest  fry  expired  today.  Im  forced  to  put  ice  in  the  fresh  water  to  cool  it  a  bit  before  i  change.  Getting  eggs  and  hatching  them  was  the  easiest  bit.  Growing  these  guys  out  is  very  very  hard.   Sad
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 22, 2018 6:12 pm Post subject: Re: Panda corys breeding success and pygmy cory success Reply with quote

                                                   
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Having  fry  death  almost  every  day  now.  The  temp  is  at  a  constant  27°c  and  is  wrecking  havoc  with  the  fry.  The  oldest  fry  expired  today.  Im  forced  to  put  ice  in  the  fresh  water  to  cool  it  a  bit  before  i  change.  Getting  eggs  and  hatching  them  was  the  easiest  bit.  Growing  these  guys  out  is  very  very  hard.   Sad                

 
 Is  temperature  the  real  problem  here?  Have  you  considered  ordering  a  cooling  fan  for  the  tank?  If  nothing  else  get  a  CPU  fan  or  two  and  have  them  blowing  over  the  water  surface.  Fans  can  be  quite  effective  in  cooling  the  water.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 22, 2018 10:31 pm Post subject: Re: Panda corys breeding success and pygmy cory success Reply with quote

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 Yeah...  Prior  to  the  spike  in  temp  in  bangalore  all  was  well.  Once  the  temp  hit  27  and  sometimes  even  28,   things  started  to  look  sketchy  in  the  fry  tank.  Other  parameters  are  actually  good.  The  main  tank  never  saw  such  frequent  water  changes  as  i  used  to  maybe  do  once  a  week  60%.  The  tank  is  actually  in  an  area  in  the  living  room  where  it  gets  plenty  of  ventilation  both  naturally  and  from  the  fan.  What  i  have  noticed  is  that  the  tank  tends  to  hold  onto  that  heat.  I  may  have  to  start  doing  mid  night  water  changes  when  the  water  out  of  the  tap  is  not  warm!
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 24, 2018 10:44 am Post subject: Re: Panda corys breeding success and pygmy cory success Reply with quote

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 Did  your  luck  turn  for  the  better?
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 Did  your  luck  turn  for  the  better?                

 
 I  guess  sudhirr,  one  death  yesterday.  None  so  far  today.  Doing  midnight  water  changes  to  keep  the  temp  down  not  helping  too  much.  Keeping  fingers  crossed  until  i  take  the  fry  out  of  town  to  a  cooler  place.  Hopefully  the  move  doesnt  worsen  things.  And  2  more  eggs  that  i  incidentally  found  hatched  also.  Am  thinking  of  changing  over  to  crushed  and  powdered  tetra  bits  in  probably  a  week.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 25, 2018 9:11 am Post subject: Re: Panda corys breeding success and pygmy cory success Reply with quote

 Good  to  knoe  Blesson.
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 29, 2018 2:09 pm Post subject: Re: Panda corys breeding success and pygmy cory success Reply with quote

 Hi  guys  ,  counting  more  and  more  fry  everyday..  Around  12  today..  Still  feeding  first  bites  .  have  an  ac  in  my  room  so  temperature  no  probs.  And   water  stored  at  room  temperature  for  water  changes.
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