- - My biorb
|cajunmomof4 ||05-03-2008 11:02 AM |
|stephenmontero ||05-03-2008 11:06 AM |
it looks really nice
i love the center piece
|cajunmomof4 ||05-03-2008 11:50 AM |
Also I was wondering does anyone know what would cause the other fish to suddenly pick on this one platy? He/she has been in my community tank with two other platys, a dwarf gourami, and two skirted tetra's for about a year now. About a week ago I noticed she was being chased by all the fish in the tank, mostly the other platy's, but the tetras even took a whack at her when she would get near them. I moved her in with the glofish and she has been fine.
|stephenmontero ||05-03-2008 11:51 AM |
well is it a male and female platy together
|cajunmomof4 ||05-03-2008 12:21 PM |
I dont' know , I have never had fry from any of the three platies. I always assumed the orange one was female as it is plumper and larger all together than the two others who are very slim.
|stephenmontero ||05-03-2008 05:14 PM |
cause idk maybe the male was chasing the female to try and get her to breed just a thought tho
|cajunmomof4 ||05-04-2008 03:28 PM |
Could be... MEN , no matter what the species... LOL!!
|stephenmontero ||05-04-2008 03:45 PM |
lol lol this is quite possiable
|okiemavis ||05-04-2008 04:23 PM |
If you've never had fry from your three platies, I'd say they are all male. Female platies carry sperm, so even if you didn't have any males, they would have had fry.
|cajunmomof4 ||05-05-2008 08:53 AM |
I'm actually relieved I haven't had any fry, and the orange Platy is doing great with the glo-fish. I upped water changes to 50% to be on the safe side, but the water levels are staying good.
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