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Old 09-12-2009, 12:44 PM   #1
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New Amazon Frogbit and my Fish

I just added 9 small amazon Fogbit plants to float in my tank. They have bunched together in a small pack in one corner. I know they prefer slow or no movement but my air bubbles keep them trapped in the corner. I noticed that my Mollies keep biting them. I really want them to multiply and get bigger. Should I put them in my fry tank until they spread out alittle? I dont want them being eaten or dieing because the water is not stagnent. Any suggestions?

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if you are really worried move a couple over.
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