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Old 08-20-2016, 04:11 PM   #1
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Question Hi, New Member; Q about yellow lab holding eggs

Hi, thanks for info in advance. This is second time two of my Cichlids have bred. This time I again moved female to second tank 30 Gallon, mostly water from breeding tank, been doing 20% partials everyday. water tested everyday...but she isn't "rolling" eggs around in mouth any more. Could she have gotten upset and just swallowed them? I see no signs she may have spit them in tank or during transfer. Watching her carefully,could she still be carrying?
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