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Old 01-08-2013, 10:00 PM   #31
 
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I don't know much about what these fish need tank wise but trying to breed these would be very cool and definitely different. There's a video too.

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Jeff.
WOW the way these breed is absolutely AMAZING!!!

tagged on a short vid...not exactly the best one but short and sweet and shows them spawning. Awesome

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Old 01-09-2013, 12:48 PM   #32
 
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I don't know much about what these fish need tank wise but trying to breed these would be very cool and definitely different. There's a video too.

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Haha what in the world, I just watched the video. That would be wild to breed!
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Old 01-09-2013, 01:01 PM   #33
 
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You make any kind of decision on this hank?
I was talking to my big fish friend and asked him if he had any danios. He told me he had giants and pearls. I googled pearls and that led me to find Celestial Pearl danios. These guys stay under an inch and seem to be pretty peaceful.

Do you guys think they are peaceful enough to be in the same 29 as a flowy finned guppy?
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Old 01-09-2013, 04:54 PM   #35
 
I say yes that is exp I have I had giants with fancy guppies/and the giants are the fastest swimmers among them unfortunately with giant they see commens as food unless the giants are added last if the giants are full grown and old but if giants are young but still not fry they see them as other fish rather than food strange psychology lol but really with this conclusion is the celestial is a perfect tank mate but keep this in mind danios have group mentalitys. Meaning they only act together and try to act like other fish if they see them grouping just to fit in also they should be with 5 danios in all at minimum but will still act in this group manor + these are more gental than giants so good Luck and they should go together based on my exp have fun :)
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Old 01-09-2013, 06:55 PM   #36
 
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I say yes that is exp I have I had giants with fancy guppies/and the giants are the fastest swimmers among them unfortunately with giant they see commens as food unless the giants are added last if the giants are full grown and old but if giants are young but still not fry they see them as other fish rather than food strange psychology lol but really with this conclusion is the celestial is a perfect tank mate but keep this in mind danios have group mentalitys. Meaning they only act together and try to act like other fish if they see them grouping just to fit in also they should be with 5 danios in all at minimum but will still act in this group manor + these are more gental than giants so good Luck and they should go together based on my exp have fun :)
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Thanks a lot, Cole, just what I wanted to hear!
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Old 01-09-2013, 06:57 PM   #37
 
Your welcome happy to help :)
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Old 01-10-2013, 11:18 AM   #38
 
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I was talking to my big fish friend and asked him if he had any danios. He told me he had giants and pearls. I googled pearls and that led me to find Celestial Pearl danios. These guys stay under an inch and seem to be pretty peaceful.

Do you guys think they are peaceful enough to be in the same 29 as a flowy finned guppy?

I'd be careful with celestial pearls, my friend has a group of about 8 or so and they like to kill anything he puts in the tank besides the otocinclus.
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Old 01-12-2013, 01:59 PM   #39
 
Hmm would they have been bigger or smaller victims or were they incompatible just in-general danios in general are very peaceful also if this is a bit worrying try zebra danios they are about the same size of guppies also try the variant zebras they are even bred to look like giants and other danios
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Old 01-12-2013, 02:19 PM   #40
 
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Good and Easy Breeders

I am new to this site but have experience with Guppies,Platies, and Mollies and a few other fish.
The ones i mentioned are live bearers they are Easy to breed and easy to care for babies , i currently have -
3 - Platies
4 - Mollies
7 - Guppy
That have Breed recently.

If i were to choose a species of Live bearer, i would go with Mollies! They are hardy, colorful fish,calm fish
i would get the rite amount 2-3 females to 1 male.
Good Luck
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