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Old 05-13-2007, 02:02 PM   #1
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New Platys!

These are my new platys! I got them yesterday, and they look like they are settling in well! I got two males and three females, so hopefully I'll get some fry!
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Congratz! I've got a bunch of platys in a 30g along with a few guppies. The guppies have had a few successful fry drops but the platys have yet to have any little ones born or survive. Make sure you have lots of plants and stuff for fry to live in, if you're not going to seperate them in a breeder trap.
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They look like a great aquisition to me.
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Thanks, they're really lively and fun to watch. Who knows, soon I might hear the pitter patter of tiny fins! LOL
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