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Kwtblack 10-12-2010 01:33 PM

seriously i need help!!!
 
please guys help me i have serious problem yestarday i saw my parrot were like prapering a new home he was acting like orange clone fish ( saltwater) he was removing small rocks from my lava rock
so i was going to feed the fish i was checking around than i saw my lava rock look scary its red and the have from it white then i realized that it was eggs belong to my parrot fish and protecting it :shock:
this is serious problem what should i do ? :-?
here is the video
please guys help me i want to see my parrot fish with her babies swimming around :|( what should i do ? should i buy a new aquarium and take that rock into it ? )
here is a video

Romad 10-12-2010 01:37 PM

Yikes. Try reposting the link for the video. There's just a blank box here (an image).

Kwtblack 10-12-2010 01:46 PM

alright here
and sec

Romad 10-12-2010 02:08 PM

Hopefully someone with experience will be along to help you (i'm not that person unfortunately). Good luck and congrats. on your fish spawning.

LisaC144 10-12-2010 02:32 PM

How many parrot fish do you have in the aquarium. I can only spot one in the video. If you only have one, the eggs with turn white and die within 24 hours. In order to have success with the eggs, you need a male that will fertilize the eggs.

Kwtblack 10-12-2010 03:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LisaC144 (Post 491172)
How many parrot fish do you have in the aquarium. I can only spot one in the video. If you only have one, the eggs with turn white and die within 24 hours. In order to have success with the eggs, you need a male that will fertilize the eggs.

i have 2 one in the video sec is look like this
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_OImJwESyeb...0/100_2850.JPG

with no tail in the back , if you watch the first video from beginning you see him

Spooki 10-13-2010 12:54 PM

Being hybrids, it's more than likely for them to be sterile. I have heard many times of females spawning but the eggs never hatch or hatch only after being fertilized by a male of a different species.


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