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  1. #1

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    ok I'm new here so still trying to figure out how the website works and all but any way I have breed mosquitos before but back then I had a tank just for breeding them and my mom won't let me have another tank so I'm stuck with a 10 gal for like a year till we move again so now I have to use a breeder box that is way to small but any way one of my female mosquito fish had 3 fry overnight but I think she had more but ate them so not sure but three are alive and in a top fin 3 way breeder box with some gravel, anacharis and a fake plant and I feed them the yolk of a hard boiled egg and there are eating it but my problem is my other female is pregnant to and I think she is going to have her fry in a couple days but I can't put another tank up and the breeder has the 3 fry in it so what should I do?

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    what about using a tupperware container as a temp holding for her or the fry?

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    would that be cheaper to than get another breeder box?

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    Got an Tupperware in your kitchen ?

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    you could get a gallon tupperware container with lid for a few dollars. just leave it cracked open for air, put an airstone in there, etc.
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    my mom won't let me use any or her Tupperware so I may just do it the hard way and catch the babies when they come out and put them in the breeder box.

  7. #7

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    Any plastic container she is throwing away? heck cut a gallon milk jug in half and use that if need be (gotta know how to work with non-fish people lol)

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