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edjeff80

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Kind of a shocker for me yesterday, went in to feed me ryukins yesterday morning...nothing unusual they were all swimming about. I went back in the room around 2p.m or so and saw that there were eggs in my tank!! Most of them I assume had been eaten because there were only a handful left sticking to the plants. I don't know which one did it either!! :huh: I haven't had them more than a year yet. I'm not sure what has caused this and I know that there hasn't been a change in diet or water temperature. Anyone else have any ideas?? Thanks! :hi

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Well, there are all kind of things that can induce egg laying - most common one is change in water temperature, or a low pressure system going by, although pond fish would notice the effect much easier, I suspect. Maybe a change in diet to a more high protein food, or a new female fish you might have bought gets the males moving..... :)

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