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Old 03-09-2013, 02:54 AM   #11 
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-_- make that 2 pregnate dalmations and a platy. i need a bigger breeding box
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I knew there was a reason i liked these light colored fish. I can literally see the babies in her. She's gotta drop any day now. Wish i could see it but knowing my luck she'll have them over night
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They don't always get pregnant every time they mate. Our guppies (pretty similar) are constantly mating, but thankfully, the girls are holding off on having babies.

Always go on the gravid spot, that's definite. Especially once you start seeing babies, like you are! ^_^

Congrats!

(PS they CAN go up to a 45 day pregnancy, we've had a couple of our girls pull that, or just be fat and not pregnant, they're well-spoiled)
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I knew there was a reason i liked these light colored fish. I can literally see the babies in her. She's gotta drop any day now. Wish i could see it but knowing my luck she'll have them over night
Congrats! I wish my platy would have babies, i'd have little mickey mouse platies swimming around ^.^ Maybe she is pregnant now though, I noticed she is bigger than usual.
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Old 03-12-2013, 03:41 AM   #15 
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They don't always get pregnant every time they mate. Our guppies (pretty similar) are constantly mating, but thankfully, the girls are holding off on having babies.

Always go on the gravid spot, that's definite. Especially once you start seeing babies, like you are! ^_^

Congrats!

(PS they CAN go up to a 45 day pregnancy, we've had a couple of our girls pull that, or just be fat and not pregnant, they're well-spoiled)
It's easyer to watch for the gravid with the platys and my 24 karet molly but ive given up with my dalmations. That dang platy been fat so long i was starting to think she had bloat or constipated and i was starting to look up remedies, im so glad now i can see she is in fact pregnate

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Congrats! I wish my platy would have babies, i'd have little mickey mouse platies swimming around ^.^ Maybe she is pregnant now though, I noticed she is bigger than usual.
I think that sunburst was pregnate when i got her cause i only had 2 girls. I hate having to sleep cause i know she'll have her babies then just like my 24 karet did. At least i have her in the breeding box so i can hopfuly save more then 4 babies
Mind you the 24 karet had her babies about 2 weeks ago and she is pregnate again i could just barely see what i think are babies in her today so she went into my first phase breeder box
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Omg my platy finally popped! About Dang time and on st Patrick day no less. One down three to go
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