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Old 12-09-2008, 10:32 PM   #21
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I know what you mean, I had a molly who stayed pregnant for almost 9 weeks. She looked as if she was going to burst. I felt so bad for her.

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Old 12-09-2008, 10:49 PM   #22
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those albinos look great. The ones I see in Ontario are more orange and don't have the red fines

I like those a lot.

Being a fan of Barbs (you said you have green, tiger, albino) you should check out male Rubys if you have not already they are my favorite.

Good luck with Prego Ma'am
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Thanks Drewbie... I've never heard of Ruby's, I'll look into them.

Still no change on my girl's situation. Will keep you posted...
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Thought I'd post an update to say there's no update yet.

The temp has been raised for a while now and I just did another water change (about 40%). We'll see if that moves anything along. I don't expect it to since nothing has worked thus far.

Here are some updated shots of her taken a few minutes ago. In the school shot she's the one closest to the bottom. My other femal is the one closest to the left side. She's a big girl, but nowhere near as big as the one carrying all those eggs!
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