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Old 09-22-2013, 11:21 PM   #1
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Seeking info re: tiger barbs

I have just recently taken a male convict and multiple fry to the pet shop as I don't want more fry. I have replaced them with four male tiger barbs and one female. I have the female convict and about a dozen fry - that I couldn't catch - as well as a pleco in the tank with them. The fry are about 1/2 inch and I am wondering if the barbs could eat them. Also, the female barb continues to chase the four males - she isn't the biggest of the barbs. Will this be detemental to the males?
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