is there any way you can find out what sex your cory cats are.
Hi those fish are not that easy to sex. e, it is possible to tell males from females by comparing fish. The males have a more streamlined body then females. Females are more compressed body, and thicker at the abdomen (where the eggs are) and higher in structure.
thanks because i got 3 of them today and i think i might have 2 females and a male with one pregnant female not sure though. and i also got 2 more bettas a crowntail male then a regular blue and black female.
very nice, if you look at my blog I wrote an article about breeding betta's
pictures of your betters would be lush...
i already know how to breed bettas but thank you. i have a spawn of 3 week old fry right now in another tank.
oh very nice,
i can already see the small fins and tail on them if i look closely enough i can't wait to see what they look like
picture please hehe
i;ll post some pics when i get a camera
Mature female cory cats are usually much larger than males. They are egg scatterers. If you want them to spawn, put two males with one female and lower the aquarium temperature. Sometimes, they will also spawn in a community tank without any encouragement from the aquarist.
Cory cats prefer to be in large groups. A group of three or four is about the minimum.
i'm going to have to get another one or maybe two because one of the cory cats died when i got it home last night.
Hello everyone, I am new to the aquatic world and have been reading a lot of the posts here. I have a 55 gal tank with guppies and 3 little cory's. We will see what happens. Your post are teaching me a lot. Thanks.
Females are more plump and are a little longer
My corys have just laid
any idea if they are pregnant or just plain obese?
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In response to your question, cories do not get pregnant, as they are egg layers. Cories gravid with eggs tend to be a bit on the more plump side. Overfeeding can also cause chunky cories. Remember, these are small fish, and only need small meals!
heh, my bad. Didnt check the time and date of the posts.
Blame it on google
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EDIT: Never mind, I see you've already created a new post.