07-17-2008, 03:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Kim
I've never heard about feeding them a cucumber?? I would be careful with that not to create an ammonia spike. Personally, I would feed them a small amount of flakes in the morning and at night, and replace the morning feeding of flakes twice a week with some freeze-dried bloodworms or brine shrimp. As for the algae discs, I really know nothing about them, but if you do get them make sure that they are not too big for them to eat. If they are too big they will probably just sink to the botton and make a mess. Just my opinion.
I'll look into bloodworms or brine shrimp, which do you prefer? My male was eating something off my little house thing, and I think my black molly is pregnant, and close to giving birth...
She's square, and plump, and she's hiding now. She ate this morning, but she showing some signs... Could my male be not interested in my black molly because she's pregnant? He tried her once in the bag on the way home, and she's been off on her own just about since we brought her home. My male and female dalmations are DEFINATELY breeding. They were breeding on the way home in the bag.