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Old 06-14-2014, 07:24 PM   #1
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New Tiger Endler Fry

This morning I noticed my female Endler acting abnormal. Trying to hide when it was feeding time. She was big, but looks like that all the time IMO. So I figured I would move her out the main tank to my peaceful shrimp tank just in case she drops. So I fished her out and was drip acclimating her to the shrimp tank and noticed one fry, then two...three..etc.

I was pretty excited, then a pair popped out that were sharing a yoke sack and she ate them. So I jumped into action and started scooping out the fry into the shrimp tank.

Ended up with 10 fry and 2 pairs of twins eating by the mom.

Moved mom back to the main tank and have all the fry with some RCS.

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Is there anything special other than feeding them that I need to do to ensure their survival?
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I leave My endler fry alone and they will survive on there own. But if the mom is eating almost all of them try putting them in a breeder net
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They should be ok.
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Thanks y'all. I'll keep doing what I'm doing.
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That's an awesome guide. Thanks for sharing.
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That's an awesome guide. Thanks for sharing.
It's not done. I am adding a chapter About fry.
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I figured as much since I seen in your thread that part two was coming. I can't wait. Are livebearers your speciality?
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I figured as much since I seen in your thread that part two was coming. I can't wait. Are livebearers your speciality?
Yes. They are more than my speciality, they are my life <3
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