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Old 11-27-2011, 09:41 PM   #1
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Platy Birthing Tube

Hello guys. My Platys have fry all the time, but my crab keeps the population down. Anyways, last monday, one of my females started dropping. The crab jumped off of his perch and fell right on top of her, just trying to get the baby. She got spooked and stopped.

Anyways, the last few days her birthing tube has been very visible, she has gotten BIG! I thought the tube is only seen in very preggo fish, like mine, but also means she is due in the next few hours or the next day. Nope, mine won't drop. She isn't stressed, she is happy and lively...
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