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Old 03-06-2013, 10:55 PM   #11 
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i had one spawn that after 18 hours the nest became a giant home to fungus, no fry were born. i only had this issue once and maybe it was a rare case. i dont like using chemicals either, was just curious and will try to continue breeding naturally.
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This is a rare case. Through out my years of breeding them, I have never experienced this.
Logically thinking, even if the eggs were not fertilized, the male should have eaten them.
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