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as i was doing my water changes today in the fish room

i looked up to my discus tank that have my breeder in it 

and i seen about 100 fry free swimming

they have been breeding for some time now (about 6 months)

and i think this time they got it right 

u see the fry swimming but then 2 day later they are gone 

so i am hoping that i can grow them out now

(fry on top of the cone)

DiscusFry290516.jpeg

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Congratulations on the spawn. :clap

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well i seen about 30 or so fry on the female 

hope they last more then a week 

the last times the fry was not going with them 

maybe they have it right this it 

its only been 9 times so far

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with discuss fry? do they get eaten by the adults and if so, can they survive on their own in a fry saver?

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this is 2 weeks old now the fry have got bigger the others are on the other side 

discus 2weeks old 1.jpeg

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well i move the parents out of the tank today 

there about 25-30 fry 

and they are about 0.5-1cm big now

they are the red  turquoise 

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How great. Thanks for the pics & the progress 

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well they did it again 

as i was putting food in for the parents that i moved 

there are fry in the tank again alot more looks like about 100 

i may have to sell off some of my africans to make room for the discus

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