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Old 11-08-2014, 08:03 PM   #1
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Lol really? What's this

The only pairs I have are danio and bumble bee goby so what and where did THIS come from

Lol

There's only one I've seen so either the others were food or filter fodder. I don't think food cause even my goby and angel could care less this thing is right in their faces

Little speck behind my angel fish

I actually think our molly was prego from the store

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Old 11-08-2014, 08:06 PM   #2
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Theres 2


Nope 3

4 now


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Hahaha it is very common for fish like mollys to be pregnant when bought at the store, was the females mixed with the males at the shop?

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I'm sure. I think most are gone. I only saw one today but it was funny. Wonder if I should get a male

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I'm sure. I think most are gone. I only saw one today but it was funny. Wonder if I should get a male

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If you want to breed em here are the steps:

1. Get a male
2. Get a female
3. Just add water!
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If you want to breed em here are the steps:

1. Get a male
2. Get a female
3. Just add water!
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