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    Quote Originally Posted by ~firefly~ View Post
    I'm confused. If you were worried about the swordtails and an "algae eater" eating the babies, then why put the female in another tank with "algae eaters" to birth? What "algae eaters" do you have in the 10G?

    Do you test the water for ammonia, nitrite and nitrate with liquid test kits? What's your water change schedule?
    The problem isnt with the algae eaters its with the fact that the swordtail was ready to give birth but then just didnt. i dont care if some get eaten because there are TONS of hiding spots for fry. i use test strips to test it and it all comes out good. The algae eaters are simple chinese algae eaters and i do water changes every week

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    Right ok. Keep an eye on your CAEs. They stop being simple when they get bigger (and my goodness to they get big!) and become quite aggressive when they go off algae.

    8.5" specimen


    "Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known." Carl Sagan
    ~ My 350 Litre Tank Journal ~
    ~ My 30 Litre Tank Journal ~

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    Yeah ive heard they get territorial once theyre bigger so ive been watching them, i have 3 big ones in my community tank with a 18" pleco that keeps them in check with a bunch of fantail goldfish. Thanks for the help with my little swordtail predicament i hope i get lots of fry even if a bunch get nommed on

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