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The Black Neon Tetra has been successfully bred in captivity. In fact, available Black Neon Tetras are now generally all captive-bred, and an albino form is also sometimes available. These fish are egg layers and freely spawn in schools or in pairs, but unless breeding pairs are isolated, the eggs and fry will almost certainly be eaten. Keep breeders in a separate tank to get the best number of fry.A 10-gallon spawning tank is adequate. Black Neon Tetras require softer and more acidic water to spawn. Failing to breed, in most cases, is due to unsuitable water conditions. The water should be slightly acidic with a pH of 6.0 and a hardness of 4° dGH or less. Fine-textured, live plants can be provided for a spawning medium, and floating plants will help keep the tank dim. A layer of mesh works, too, but make sure it is wide enough to let eggs to pass through but small enough to keep the parents out. Start out the breeding pair in a dark tank then gradually increase the amount of light until spawning occurs. The eggs seem to be light sensitive, so keep the tank dimmed after the spawn. A small, air-powered sponge filter is needed for filtration and will provide a gentle water flow. Filtering the water through aquarium-safe peat will also encourage these fish to spawn.To optimize breeding success, condition the males and females by feeding them plenty of small, live foods. Select a breeding pair or small group and transfer them to the breeding tank. A mature female's belly will become nicely rounded when she is full of eggs. Choose males that are the most colorful. A breeding group should include 1 or 2 males with several females. While conditioning the breeders, keep the spawning tank at 75° F (24° C). After a few days, slowly elevate the temperature to about 80° F (26.7° C).Black Neon Tetras typically spawn in the morning, and each female can produce several hundred eggs. The females will deposit tiny, clear, slightly adhesive (sticky) eggs among the fine-leaved plants. The eggs will hatch in approximately 22 to 26 hours, and the fry will appear 3 to 4 days later. The fry are very small, which makes them rather difficult to rear. For the first few days, feed the fry infusoria-type foods until they can feed on microworm or brine shrimp nauplii. Baby fish should to be kept isolated until they are too large to be eaten. See for a general description of breeding processes, and see for information about types of foods for raising the young.

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QUESTION; Is this a Neon Tetra baby? - YouTube

Save 5% on Tetra TETRADELICA BABY SHRIMP for Fishs & Enjoy Free Home Delivery on Orders Over $40. i just want to know how the female laid fertillized eggs in the bag which hatched in 10 minutes, are you sure the worker in the shop didnt scoop the babies up with the adult tetra? that has happened to my grandad before, got a pair of either discus of cory cats (cant remember which, he has loads of tanks) and the assistant in the shop unknowingly caught a baby fish in the bag aswell.

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Black Neon Tetras typically spawn in the morning, and each female can produce several hundred eggs. The females will deposit tiny, clear, slightly adhesive (sticky) eggs among the fine-leaved plants. The eggs will hatch in approximately 22 to 26 hours, and the fry will appear 3 to 4 days later. The fry are very small, which makes them rather difficult to rear. For the first few days, feed the fry infusoria-type foods until they can feed on microworm or brine shrimp nauplii. Baby fish should to be kept isolated until they are too large to be eaten. See for a general description of breeding processes, and see for information about types of foods for raising the young.

Baby Neon Tetra swimming after 1 week of hatching