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Old 07-11-2017, 07:42 AM   #1
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Hello there

This little one started showing up yesterday when I'm feeding along with another about the same size. No idea who mom is or where they've been hiding.

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I've only seen the two. That doesn't mean there aren't more. I have one Dalmatian balloon who is ready any time. Same with a swordtail. I also don't do much in the way of separating fry unless I know someone who wants some.
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Just saw a few more coming out behind some driftwood. That one is the darkest. I'm guessing they're from one of my Dalmatian balloons. I have a black Molly, too but she's always been pretty slim. Never noticed her looking pregnant.
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They look like they might be Dalmatians or calicoes. It's hard to tell. Other than the one that looks pretty black anyhow.
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