Pregnant Guppy Important

Discussion in 'Freshwater Beginners' started by Ryushokan, May 27, 2018.

  1. Ryushokan

    RyushokanNew MemberMember

    So my guppy is extremely pregnant and I have a small seperate tank for them to give birth in ready. However I dont want to isolate them if its too soon. They are almost boxed out I believe, and they arent moving or eating much, so theyre very pregnant.

    Id like some help if anyone could give me their opinion on how soon to isolate them, id appreciate it. Also here is a picture to help.
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  2. Rainy day

    Rainy dayWell Known MemberMember

    Isolating her in a box will put a lot of stress on her and may cause her to prematurely give birth, which will end up killing all the babies. Add lots of decor and bushy live plants instead.
     
  3. FishL:))

    FishL:))Well Known MemberMember

    Congrats on the soon to come babies!!
     
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    Ryushokan

    RyushokanNew MemberMember

    Ill take the stress into great consideration, thank you! And I do have lots of little living tank plants.

    Thanks! Im very excited!
     
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    Ryushokan

    RyushokanNew MemberMember

    She gave birth today! IMG_20180528_173208_943.jpgIMG_20180528_151425_694.jpg
    I count about 10-12, some you see in the picture are reflections. But some could be hiding! We will see once theyve grown. They all seem healthy and happy so hurray!
     




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