Name Scientific Name of Fish: Corydoras sterbai Hobby Name of Fish: Sterbai cory Method of Reproduction: Egg ScattererNumber and Gender Distribution of Parents: 10-12, multigenerational group. Not sure of sexes, but at least 2 BIG females.Origin of Parents: Tank raised. Approximate number of eggs or fry: They'll lay anywhere from 10-30 in a day, at least that I find. Usually they'll spawn for several days and then go on a hiatus. Date of Hatch or Birth: April-June Date of Free Swimming If Hatched: April-June Approx. Number of Fry at 30 Days: Depends on which spawn - Usually about 70-80% of the eggs hatch. Approx. Number of Fry at 60 Days: If they're alive at 30 they're almost always alive at 60 unless I really screw up. Aquarium Conditions: pH (0 to 14): 6-7 General Hardness (ppm) Average Temperature (F): 80-82 Salinity (if brackish or marine) Average Nitrate (ppm) Aquarium Size (L X W X H and Gallons): 40 gallon breeder Water Source: Tap and RO mix Water Changes (how much and how often): 50% every 3-4 weeks. Filtration System(s): Air driven sponges. Additives (Salt, iron, etc.) Décor (Please include all that apply): Live PlantsWoodLeavesCaves or Similar Hiding Places Substrate: NoneLighting Type and Timing: LED strip, 12 hrs/day Food Fed to Parents and How Often: Flake, pellet, frozen, live blackworms, algae wafers, etc. Food Fed to Fry and How Often: decapsulated brine shrimp eggs, microworms, vinegar eels.