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Old 05-12-2020, 04:57 PM   #1
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Pregnant platy

So I have two red wag platys and I found out that one Of them was pregnant and so I put it in a breeding box but then the other one died from old age and now itís been 31 days since the pregnant one showed Simptoms and it still pregnant will it give birth?
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Has she been in the breeder box the whole time? She may have become stressed from the move and decided to reabsorb the fry.
How big is your tank? What are your water parameters?
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Has she been in the breeder box the whole time? She may have become stressed from the move and decided to reabsorb the fry.
How big is your tank? What are your water parameters?
No on day 23 I put her in the the breeder box and then she jumped out 2 times and we had to catch her would that have stressed her out?
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Yes, it dosen't take much to stress a fish out.
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A breeder box is only as last resort.
When you have only one tank and you got babies you can leave them in there so they won't be eaten, but again they grow like weeds so they can't stay in there forever.
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