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chrisandmarie 08-31-2008 03:59 AM

ok litte-fizzif your on i need help asap
the little tank that has the pregnant females in was starting to come down the amonia was 25ppm , nitrite 0 ppm ,nitrate 5.0 but since my fish has had babys ive done the water changes like you said and the amonia has gone back up now to 1.0 after change ive added water saft which is to take clorine out and nitrite and amonia .i have alo bought a new tank cleaned it out and now leaving the filter running and added some bactirial stuff to help hes a pic of new tank .also my other black sailfin molly give birth last night and she had around 15 babys but some were dead as they still had the yellow sacs attached to them

chrisandmarie 08-31-2008 04:10 AM

Little-Fizz 08-31-2008 08:39 AM

:? They had yellow sacs? Maybe the molly like aborted the babies because of the water conditions... Are you going to separate the males and females when they get older?

chrisandmarie 08-31-2008 08:45 AM

no there going in the 4ft tank when big enough.the babys had the sacs still attached to there bellys

Little-Fizz 08-31-2008 08:49 AM

Yeah so your molly aborted the babies, probably because she didn't like the water conditions.

You should probably like get rid of some of them... Like :? your going to have bother and sister fishes making more fish and making really bad blood lines.

chrisandmarie 08-31-2008 11:15 AM

thats what happens in fish life init how would you keep it going surly when we sell them its going to happen anyway there going to breed (brother/sister )

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