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Old 05-03-2010, 04:21 PM   #21 
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Location: Orange County, New York
A trick i've found works well is to seperate the female until the male has a nest, and he's flaring and she's all barred up in a submissive head down position inside the hurricane glass. Then at night turn out all the lights and then release her in the dark. They won't be able to see eachother very well, but they'll know the other is there and it will drive them nuts! 90% of the time when I do this, the fish are spawning by morning!
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Old 05-04-2010, 03:43 PM   #22 
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sounds like you are sure to get a spawn very soon and i see that your enjoying yourself as well.

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Old 05-13-2010, 09:29 PM   #23 
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Thanks but I gave up on them for now.
Damean just wasn't going to work on his bubble nest anymore and Lavander had stress stripes. I also had my 2 little girlies die of fin rot and I think Athena is going to pass of fin rot too. My plakat that I rescued still has Ick and now fin rot I think too. With my grandma sick in another state I havent had time to do anything.(I'm trying my best but it seems not to work)

So as soon as everything settles down I can try again. I just need to restrane myself from trying again untill I get my room moved around.(Parents renovated part of the basement into a master bedroom for them so I get their old bedroom upstairs when they move to the basement ;D Which means I have more room for tanks...hmmm)
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