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  1. Default Harlequins Breeding!!


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    Hello, me again,

    Just caught the harlequins upside down laying eggs on my plants!! I assume this is a good sign as if the set up was bad they wouldn't bother surely?

    I've tested the water this morning after adding the new harlequins last night and it's all perfect.

    I've read that there is pretty much no chance of them hatching anyway....?

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    Sounds cool. Hope if some make it, they do get a chance. I've seen a video before of their little circus act. Would love to see mine go at it.

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    It is pretty cool to watch, they are doing it all the time!

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    Sounds like quite the circus you got going on in there.
    Can't wait to see it first hand.

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    If you are able to see it and quickly remove either the fish they may have a chance to hatch.
    American League Champions! TIGERS!

  6. #6

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    Early morning is their spawning times just like tetra's. The female rubs her belly on the bottom of leaves to signal the male over to her. There will be much signaling and spawning most every morning. Cute to watch.

    They have to be in a breeding tank and adults removed if you plan on ever having babies tho.

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