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Old 04-09-2012, 03:44 PM   #1
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Red zebra crossbreeds

We have a red zebra cichlid that we thought was male now she is holding fry not sure who she mated with her tank mates are electric yellow lab, electric blue, blue johanni, demasoni OB peacock, bumblebee albino unknown my question is how do I strip her of her fry or do I even need to
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Old 04-09-2012, 04:55 PM   #2
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If you dont want to raise the fry, just let her drop them in the tank. If you do want to raise them, I usually moved my carrying fish to a separate tank and let her drop naturally, then move her back to main tank, so she doesnt eat them. If you let her drop in the main tank, they will most likely get eaten.
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Our local fish shop may want to buy them from us so I will get a 10 gallon tank up and running for her and her fry
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