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Old 05-29-2013, 01:45 AM   #11
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Lol. Guess so. What are you going to do with the 10 gallon breeder u plan to make?
Put in my breeding platys for awhile
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Put in my breeding platys for awhile
Cool. Your gonna have quite a few fry. Lol. With the danios and the platys having babies.
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Cool. Your gonna have quite a few fry. Lol. With the danios and the platys having babies.
Oops I meant danios

I want another platy to breed mine with but it got ammonia poisoning in the old tank and lost color. " I think that's what happened"

And I was unsure if that would pass Down problems to the fry
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Oops I meant danios

I want another platy to breed mine with but it got ammonia poisoning in the old tank and lost color. " I think that's what happened"

And I was unsure if that would pass Down problems to the fry
Oh your danios in there. Lol. Are the platys male and female?
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Oh your danios in there. Lol. Are the platys male and female?
It's just one platy and its the one with the rounded lower fin not sure if that's male or female I forget .
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It's just one platy and its the one with the rounded lower fin not sure if that's male or female I forget .
The rounded fin is female. Thin, long anal fin is male.
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You can almost buy a 10 gallon for what you can build it for.
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You can almost buy a 10 gallon for what you can build it for.
Yeah. I would rather buy a 10 gal when it's on sale but building a tank is a fun experience.
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You can almost buy a 10 gallon for what you can build it for.
That's true and easier to buy a premade one . Only problem I have with premade tanks is that the caulking always looks bad like the people who make them suck at their jobs
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I'm wondering too, if people don't have a glass door/window they don't need, where do they get the glass? I don't see glass sheets for sale at any of my local hardware stores, including Lowes and Home Depot.
I know at the Lowes near me they do sell glass sheets and acrylic sheets.
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