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  1. #1

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    So earlier today I was sitting at my computer and happened to glance at my fish tank. Well my black moor was chasing my oranda around like a mad man! I started researching about breeding and the things I read said this was normal breeding stuff. So I was watching for about 30 minutes then went to take a shower, eat etc. I came back about 3 hours later, no eggs and no more chasing? Anybody got any ideas of what was going on? Im not really worried about it, just trying to figure out whats going on with em! Thanks guys!

    Now my oranda seems to be laying on the bottom, she don't seem sick, she gets up and swims around every few seconds and goes back.

    I have a black moor, and an oranda in a 10 gallon tank, with a good filter, good oxygen and lots of plants! Still alot of swimming room though!
    Last edited by lane408; 01-23-2012 at 02:05 AM.

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