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Old 07-15-2014, 05:10 AM   #1
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Full Moon Fry Drop

So I keep pretty god tabs on when my ladies should give birth, well they were a few days late this month. Did water changes yesterday and there they were. Looks like my blue and tiger endlers waited till the full moon. Saw tons of fry and it looks like all the mothers were dropping fry tonight. Super happy to see soo many fry. Here's a few pics







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No problem man. Thank you for the endlers. Checkout my fry.

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Endlers Tend to not prey on their fry, Right?
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I've seen a female eat some before, but it was in a small breeder. The fry had no where to go and I guess the mom was hungry.

The reason for the grow out tank is that the endlers are in my community tank and only leave about 1 to 2 survivors. Just want to increase their survival rate.


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Looking good there. I need to set up a little grow out for my tigers, it seems they will eat a fry or two.
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