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Old 08-11-2011, 10:32 AM   #11
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Well I can't get a good picture of them but they are definitely growing quick. They already are much easier to spot in the tank. I'm going to try the brine Shrimp today I think. I've just been feeding them crushed up flakes. The first couple times it took them a while to realize food was there but they are starting to learn quickly.
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Well I can't get a good picture of them but they are definitely growing quick. They already are much easier to spot in the tank. I'm going to try the brine Shrimp today I think. I've just been feeding them crushed up flakes. The first couple times it took them a while to realize food was there but they are starting to learn quickly.
I always fed my Guppy fry crushed flakes and it worked well. Good luck!
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I got my fry! Finally I was searching through all the molly and platy tanks for babies and they gave them to me for free! I got 2 black mollies and a platy. !YAY!
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Yay! Happy for you.... Your mamma fish may continue to drop fry about every month. Mine drop regularly.
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Well sad news. Woke up yesterday morning to find all of the fry dead. I been keeping a close eye on ammonia, nitrite and nitrate as well as temperature and about twice weekly PWC but still had some sort of tragedy. Checked the parameters once again after I cleaned the fish out and everything still looked good.
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