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This topic contains 5 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Sofia 9 years, 7 months ago.

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  • #299434

    Sofia
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    During last week I saw a small orange fish swim past and thought it was a hallucination. This morning my boyfriend fed the fish and he came upstairs all excited telling me that there was a baby fish. It must be a platy. /wub.gif” style=”vertical-align:middle” emoid=”:wub:” border=”0″ alt=”wub.gif” />

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    Matt
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    #305004

    Sofia
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    Looking after them well sounds good. I love them all to bits. The little one is getting more comfortable now and actually swims around the bogwood, so he (I think it is a she though judging by the fin, but I only saw it for a short period) is clearly visible at times. It has the same colour as the females, so (I think Keith said) it seems to be a gold platy

    #305055

    Sofia
    Member

    I am a bit worried about my pregnant platies.

    They both clearly show tiny black dots in their abdomens, but still haven’t given birth. It’s been ages now and i am worried about them. They are twice as big as the male is!

    Any ideas? I have been adding more plants to provide hiding spots

    #305057

    keith565
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    they will drop when they feel ready, the average is 30 days, but many take longer. good you are adding more plants. it’s a waiting game i’m afraid.

    #305062

    Sofia
    Member

    That’s ok then. Just don’t want her to explode!

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