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Only one fry ?

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Old 06-05-2011, 10:18 AM   #1
 
Only one fry ?

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Today I just did a 20 percent water change, my guppies were looking fine and absolutely normal before the change including my pregnant one which is quite large around the belly.
When I was telling my dad that water and temperature changes can stimulate the guppies into giving birth I noticed one lone fry. My one pregnany guppy who was acting strangely yesterday looked thinner but still has a big-ish gravid spot.
I have not seen any other fry around nor have the guppies given birth to any more fry.
I'm really confused at the moment the lone fry is in an empty breeder box.
Please help,
thanks
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Old 06-05-2011, 03:33 PM   #2
 
if it is her first drop it is going to be releitively small and the other guppies will sometimes be canibilistic n eat whetever fry they can catch, so maybe he is just the lucky one tht got away
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