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Old June 12th 05, 06:17 AM
ohs0secksy@gmail.com
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Hi, My name is Fallon and i have a male and female guppy. I noticed
today that the male would swim near the female and "poke" her. But now,
he swims away from her as if he wants nothing to do with her. Does this
mean he impregnated her? or did he lose interest?

Thanx

-Fallon

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Old July 16th 05, 05:22 AM
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hahahah yea thats tru....lemme get some when the eggs hatch Fallon...u
kno where to find me..LOL

 




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