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Old 09-28-2009, 01:58 AM   #11 
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It's not you, honestly!! It's probably just the nature of your male. Never give up on what you know you're good at, V!
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Saiprus ate his eggs..each time I get a spawn this happens. It's quite frustrating.
hiya, I bred my crowntail and he ate his eggs the first two times. After that I decided to try something diffrent. After spawning and he got his eggs situated I started feeding him a few bloodworms twice daily and he did not eat the eggs at all. I myself think they get very hungry, I know I would. I just put the worms on the other side of the bubble nest and he would eat real fast and hurry back to the nest. He never ate the eggs or the fry. Try that maybe it will help.
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