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Thread: pregnant platy?

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    Default pregnant platy?


    0 Not allowed!
    hi
    my female platy is really big ever since 4 weeks ago
    she shows only a little darkening of the abdomen
    aren't they suppose to breed after 2 weeks of pregnancy
    why hasnt she breed-ed yet

  2. #2

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    0 Not allowed!
    she is in a 20 gallon with 1 guppy 1 honey gourmai and 2 other platy

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    0 Not allowed!
    It's more like 24-28 days.
    15 gal: 1 butt-ton Malaysian trumpet snails.
    20 gal: 20+ various molly and platy fry.
    55 gal: 40 neon tetras.
    75 gal: 2 Taiwan reef cichlids, 3 pelmatochromis nigrofasciatus juveniles.

  4. #4

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    0 Not allowed!
    thanks but turns out it already had bred and i didnt notice
    today i saw one littile fry alone scared and now he probably aten

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    0 Not allowed!
    I thought that about my last brood of platy fry, but it turns out four of them survived and were really well hidden.
    15 gal: 1 butt-ton Malaysian trumpet snails.
    20 gal: 20+ various molly and platy fry.
    55 gal: 40 neon tetras.
    75 gal: 2 Taiwan reef cichlids, 3 pelmatochromis nigrofasciatus juveniles.

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