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Old 05-06-2013, 12:31 AM   #1
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pregnant platy.

Is she ready for the birthing box yet?
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Blurry pic but it seems she is about to pop. I have never put mine in a breeder box since it may cause more stress on her. I have a heavily planted tank and lots of hiding places so for me it wasn't necessary. Is she breathing heavily?
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Blurry pic but it seems she is about to pop. I have never put mine in a breeder box since it may cause more stress on her. I have a heavily planted tank and lots of hiding places so for me it wasn't necessary. Is she breathing heavily?
Yes but she has been for a few days now. It is not a box bad wording, it is a 10 gallon birthing tank. I will try to get a better picture.
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These might be better, my camera is scratched.
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Old 05-06-2013, 02:43 AM   #5
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Definitely time for box or separation tank
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Sheis going to pop in a matter of days even 24 hours she is definitely squared off I'd say separate her
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Make sure whatever you put her and you turn the lights off and even maybe turn off the filter and or bubbler to make her more comfortable
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Definitely time for box or separation tank
I agree. If your tank is heavily planted and filled with hiding spots I would move her ASAP before she pops.
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Okay, thank you both!!!!
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No problem. I am very fond of platys mollies and guppies if you ever have questions feel free to send me a message
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