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Old 05-27-2014, 10:35 PM   #1
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Separating GBR fry from parents

How developed do the fry or eggs of German blue rams have to be before I can separate them from their parents? Today my pair laid a ton of eggs on an amazon sword leaf in my 55 gallon community tank and I want to get the offspring out of there as soon as possible so they don't get eaten by other fish, but I can't set up an entire new tank just for the rams. Any advice is greatly appreciated concerning how to separate and raise the fry.
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Keep them with their parents for awhile until they are starting to grow. Moving newborn fry can kill them.
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