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weee oto Fry #1
Here's a pic of one of my second batch of oto fry,
Not sure how old they are, but there is at least 5 in the tank,

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Re: weee oto Fry #2
About 3 mm

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Re: weee oto Fry #3
now that is cool
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Re: weee oto Fry #4
Cropped n rotated

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Re: weee oto Fry #5
Nice work Congrats I had to zoom in quite a long way to find him on the original pic So small!
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Re: weee oto Fry #6
I know he was sat on a leaf right at the top of an 18 inch tank, staring at me well cute.

Trouble is now, until they get to that size about 3-4 weeks free swimming, I cannot tell if it's Oto or Corydoras, unless it's sat on a leaf,

But at least I think I know they like the same breeding conditions as my Corydoras Pandas,
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Re: weee oto Fry #7
So cute!!!
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Re: weee oto Fry #8
Nice - i'm a tad jealous!

I had mine breeding but the blue-eyes kept eating the eggs before i could find them! Then my only female oto decided a swim up the syphon was a good idea and didn't recover from the stress