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Old 09-19-2010, 04:22 PM   #11 
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Ya he's not very active. Proabably because he's in a unheated 1 gallon, but my fishroom I mean bedroom is always 75 to 82 degrees.
Well maybe he is just a little unhappy with being in the 1 gal as you assumed as well.Do you have any other tanks a little bigger than 1 gallons?
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Old 09-19-2010, 04:38 PM   #12 
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Well maybe he is just a little unhappy with being in the 1 gal as you assumed as well.Do you have any other tanks a little bigger than 1 gallons?
I do but no filters or heaters (all but the one in the fry tank burned out/go WAY to high but are good for my brine shrimp). He's also suffering from post spawning depression but he eats blows tons of nests around his tank everyday and occasionally flares at his sister.
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Old 09-19-2010, 05:07 PM   #13 
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I do but no filters or heaters (all but the one in the fry tank burned out/go WAY to high but are good for my brine shrimp). He's also suffering from post spawning depression but he eats blows tons of nests around his tank everyday and occasionally flares at his sister.
Aww poor guy. What is post spawning depression?
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Aww poor guy. What is post spawning depression?
Most of the time when you remove a male from his fry he gets depressed and may even die. I've never had one die on me yet.
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Most of the time when you remove a male from his fry he gets depressed and may even die. I've never had one die on me yet.
They can die from that i dont want my baby to die on me. i will feel so guilty:(
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Old 09-21-2010, 07:38 PM   #17 
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They can die from that i dont want my baby to die on me. i will feel so guilty:(
Very rare. I've only heard of one case. Just throw in some bloodworms and he'll forget about his fry lol.
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Very rare. I've only heard of one case. Just throw in some bloodworms and he'll forget about his fry lol.
PHEW!

Good. I mean not good that the other dad died but good that they are rare. That took a load off my shoulders.

Also i see some fry!!!!
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