Bristlenose Pleco possibly dying?

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Munching on courgette just now wonder if she waa just feeling under the weather for a few days.

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Maybe, or laying (unfertilized) eggs.....

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Still doing this from time-to-time, always worries me but she always rallies round.

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Sarah (my albino BN) has done that since she we got her. I think they fall asleep and then fall off :D

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Gingerlove05 wrote:
Wed Jul 01, 2020 15:28 pm
Sarah (my albino BN) has done that since she we got her. I think they fall asleep and then fall off :D
That's what I thought too 😂

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I have a tankful of the little wotsits who do that! :rolleyes:

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