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    Default My Betta Are Breeding As We Speak, Need Help


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    They're breeding, hugging and everything


    but I'm not seeing any eggs



    what should i do? Wait it out??

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    if they are really breeding you should see some eggs soon.
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    is it their first time?????

    cause if it is then they might not be wrapping correctly. meaning no eggs.

    how long have they been wrapping for????

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    she just laid about 3 or 4 eggs and then ate them.

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    yeah she will eat them as soon as they are laid....is their a bubblenest???

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    Quote Originally Posted by squirt_12
    yeah she will eat them as soon as they are laid....is their a bubblenest???
    Oh yeah, there's a huge nest.

    and the male keeps working on it? idk, but he's not paying attention to the eggs when they fall.

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    well he should be picking them up in his mouth and putting them in the nest...watch the female....she might go to the top and spit them out....if you can ...go and look at the nest with a flashlight and you might see some eggs.

    When they are done the male will fend the female to the other side of the tank and keep her there...at that point take the female out.

    what size of tank is this in??

    did u plan this to happen????

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    Yeah, I've been trying to breed forever.

    but he's ignoring the eggs completely.

    sd;lkfj

    has this ever happened to you? where the female just gobbles them up?

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    yes...it will prob. take you about 2-3 tries before they will do it right...the male may just always ignore them...it just depends on the male and female...but the male should be putting the eggs into the nest.

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    but i can still use the same pair, right? if this attempt doesn't work?


    hang on, it looks like she's putting them in the nest now, but he's still ignoring them

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