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03-06-2004 10:19 AM
Nordic I believe that those rasboras have a prefference for the redish undersides of cryptocoryne plants...
03-06-2004 12:15 AM
GDominy Harlequin rasbora's are egg layers.. but htey do so in a rather unusual way. They invert themselves and lay their eggs on the udersides of overhanging leaves. The behavior you are describing is mostly like a dominance display between two males.
03-06-2004 12:02 AM
Kris i have never seen fish mate. i had guppies once and i saw the fry...but anyway,
my rasbora harlequins were doing a sort of 'hip bump' and then a 'wiggle'. were they mating? or dying? so they lay eggs? will my shrimp eat the eggs?


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