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Old 07-05-2014, 03:10 PM   #1
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Convict help

My pair of convicts had a successful batch of fry. I removed the fry 2 days After they where free swimming (yesterday). Yesterday after i removed fry and today i noticed the female hiding alot and not very active as she was before.removing her fry. Is this just a.stage she will go threw everytime or is something wrong with her she seems to.eat and.looks healty. Also very distanced to the male unlike before the fry and of Crouse when protecting the fry.

Please any info advice anything wouls be greatly appreciate thanks in advance

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