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Originally Posted by Kim View Post
Thanks for the tip on the driftwood. I've got to write all of this down.
GloFish are genetically engineered. Their coloration *is* a part of their DNA, so their offspring will have that property. I'm not sure exactly what it would look like if the different colors interbred, since each color is a different genetic strain. Also, as I pointed out in another thread, it's illegal to breed GloFish on purpose.
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Originally Posted by iamntbatman View Post
I found a great site with info on the danio, which is what Glofish are. This man must have spent his entire life researching that species. Go here:
ZFIN: Zebrafish Book: Contents
I'm going to try his methods for getting babies...and keeping them alive. He goes into great detail. When to feed, what to feed, what time they'll spawn, etc. Even what kind of water to keep them in, although that was a bit too scientific for me....
I pulled my 1 gallon tank out of the closet and will be ready to try once the adult's aquarium recycles completely. I'm not going to sell them. I'm going to feed them until they're no longer tempting to the adults and then put them back in the tank with their momma and papa.
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