12-10-2010, 02:41 PM
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Originally Posted by redchigh
Platies are okay being solitary....
As for the female guppies... Might have a problem, since you can isolate a female guppy, and she will still give birth every month or so for a year, (or the rest of her life) since they store the genetic material from males.
You actually reminded me, I've only been attached to one guppy. I miss bertha. :P
None of her daughters had her markings, but she gave birth to several beautiful yellow snakeskin males.
Well, the Guppies I can always take to trade in for something else. I just don't want to keep doing that. It sort of breaks my heart to see my babies in a shop tank. The Platies are hard to catch compared to the Guppies who practically jump into the net.