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i have 2 german blue rams in my 55litre tank. they had laid eggs in a pit they had dug and were taking turns to fan them but a few days later, the eggs had disappeared and the pit has been covered. Wat happened? do rams bury their eggs or something?
 

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Sounds like someone ate them, and it may have been the parents. But I've had cories swarm the spawning area of my Bolivians before and eat the wigglers, so you can't rule them out, either.

It's not unheard of for them to cover the eggs with sand, but I don't think it's overly common, either.
 
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