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Old 10-30-2004, 09:22 PM   #1
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HELP please female betta with eggs

I need to know if there is any way to get them out of her other than putting the male in and risking babys

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Many fish can absorb the eggs if a male is not present.
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Thank you.. I have moved her to a room where she can no longer see my male betta
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She'll be fine. Even if she doesn't reabsorb them, the worst that will happen is she will pop the eggs out. They won't be fertilized and she'll probably eat them. Isn't nature great
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She'll be fine. Even if she doesn't reabsorb them, the worst that will happen is she will pop the eggs out. They won't be fertilized and she'll probably eat them. Isn't nature great


Many thanks to Menagerie

Lfs told me to prep for fry and I had too put the two together.. ahhhhhh of relief
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