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Old 04-29-2011, 12:41 AM   #1
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Egg frequency

I found myself wondering when should I look for my danios to be spawning and I though to myself of course AA oils know so here's my question what is the normal behavior of danios when they are getting prepared or are spawning? Also how often would they drop there eggs? There are always chasing eachother so I assume that something is going on but don't know if it is a false alarm.
If it helps my 10 gal is kept at about 80-82 degrees F and ammonia is about 0, not sure about nitrites or nitrates though. Help with this query would be wonderful please and thank you!
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