Sunday, April 22, 2007

Panda corydoras eggs, 24 hours old.



You can see the larvae inside the eggs now! They are C-shaped, curled in their eggs; the one on top is horizontal and seen from the end, so it looks like a dot, and the one in the middle in seen from the side so you can see the "C". All five eggs are developing.

I'm so excited about this!

4 comments:

jackie said...

This is all so very interesting!You must have happy fish for them to be doing the "make the egg thing"

PJ said...

This IS exciting I bet! I'm loving it....flowers, fiber, fish...and now eggs!

Kate/Massachusetts said...

Could you post a close-up picture of a panda cory? I'm don't know what they look like!

It is so much fun to watch the eggs develop. When my boys were little, we'd find frog eggs (or tadpoles if I was too slow) and watch them develop. The half-tadpole/half-frog fascinate me.

Suz said...

Awww, that is so awesome!!!