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Old 09-04-2012, 06:59 AM   #61
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id give anything to have my angels spawn, i dont think they are old enough tho
When they start you will run out of room fast. I have 150-200 eggs that should become wrigglers today.

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Old 09-04-2012, 05:11 PM   #62
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When they start you will run out of room fast. I have 150-200 eggs that should become wrigglers today.
I'm contemplating making my flat back hex a breeder when I get it sealed back up. I know they can produce ALOT of them! When the time comes, I will be looking for you
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Old 09-04-2012, 05:48 PM   #63
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I will be glad to help as much as i can, just keep in mind I'm still new at this and still learning myself.

I just got home from work and i have wrigglers. A LOT OF WRIGGLERS. I already have them in their own 1 gallon so this time nothing should happen to them.
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Old 09-04-2012, 07:30 PM   #64
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I REALLY under estimated how many eggs i had. I just counted 150 wrigglers then gave up cause i wasn't even half way done counting. If just 50 of them survive i will be extremely happy.
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Old 09-05-2012, 04:02 AM   #65
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Oh wow you've got your hands full!
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Yes i do.
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Old 09-05-2012, 11:14 AM   #67
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My baby guppies that I put in my nursery tank have got clamped tails and are at the surface a lot more and aren't eating and their gills are pushed out as if they can't breath I'm worried what will happen and what's wrong with them
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Old 09-05-2012, 01:09 PM   #68
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My baby guppies that I put in my nursery tank have got clamped tails and are at the surface a lot more and aren't eating and their gills are pushed out as if they can't breath I'm worried what will happen and what's wrong with them
I'm not 100% sure but i think that might be caused by bad genetics. From what i have read online they don't live very long once that happens. Sorry.
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What are the water conditions?
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The water conditions are all fine but 1 has died and the rest look the same way
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Are their tails just clamped od does it look like their spines are curved?
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It was just their tails but I woke up this morning and all 5 are dead so I only have my 1 week old batch left of 25 but I have a heavily pregnant female ready to give birth
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Sorry about your fry but the good thing about guppys is it won't be long befor you have more.
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Water conditions may not be what they should be, what results have you gotten from testing?
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Did you test the water in the tank or in your nursery? Some of those nurserys don't get good circulation through them.
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Its a deformity (the clamped tails) I had one tha that had happened to and I red that its a deformity and most will die. You can test the water but the ones I have had were born with the tail.
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Its a deformity (the clamped tails) I had one tha that had happened to and I red that its a deformity and most will die. You can test the water but the ones I have had were born with the tail.
That's what i was thinking it was, i have read about it but never seen it.
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The ph is 7.2. Ammonia is 0 ppm. Nitrate is 0 ppm
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They weren't born with clamped tails they got them as soon as I moved them into the nursery tank as they were living in a breeder net
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They weren't born with clamped tails they got them as soon as I moved them into the nursery tank as they were living in a breeder net
Is it a seperate tank or is it a little box that floats or hangs in the main tank?
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