corywink wrote:If that is your whole group, there doesn't seem like a fat plump female. Feed them heavily on FBW and especially live worms (white or black). Need to get the females nice and fat first
Sweety wrote:Very nice I've been after some of these for months now but still can't get my hands on some
MChambers wrote:I don't have CW009, but I do have the quite similar CW010 (gold lasers). Mine spawn frequently now, especially at this time of year. I agree that grindals worms or other live food might help. Also You also might try adding a lot of oak leaves and do some large water changes, lowering the temperature a few degrees.
I can't explain this, but mine tend to spawn when I move them into a different tank. It's happened on several occasions. I now rotate my Cw010s between a 55 gallon community tank and a 15 gallon corydoras only tank. I usually get eggs a few days after moving them into the 15 gallon. I almost never see eggs in the 55. It's possible they're laying eggs and someone is eating them, but I don't think that's the case.
tobalman wrote:How cold did you drop it to ?
Thank youMChambers wrote:75F.
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