The eggs look very small and white or yellow, they are not easy to see. Sometimes people accidentally throw them away and throw them away.
A neon tetra lays about 60 or 130 eggs, which the male fertilizes immediately, but not all hatch. It takes about 24 hours for the eggs to hatch. You will see 40 or 50 neon tetras hatch from the eggs.
Find the eggs. They are small clear spheres, a black dot in an egg means that it is fertilized. If you have Java moss or other plants, or if you have placed a breeding cap at the bottom of your aquarium, you will see the eggs sticking to the leaves or wire. Tetra doesn’t care about their eggs and considers them food.
- Determine the sex of the fish. Males are leaner with a straighter neon blue line.
- Check if the woman (s) is pregnant.
- Finally, check if you notice any behavior.
- If your tetras show these signs, there's a good chance they'll multiply.
Tank Conditions Ideal water conditions for Neon Grouse water temperature monitoring should now be between 70 ° F and 81 ° F. You should keep the pH below 7.0 and above 6.0 and keep the water fresh (