10-27-2010, 04:57 PM
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Originally Posted by car0linab0y
as far as I know guppies are the fastest. they don't have as far to grow before they're full size.
Do you know. After breeding once how long they need to breed again ?
Originally Posted by kald
Platys and Variatus platys?
Fun stuff :)
I never had platy fish before but I was planning for some. I like livebarers. Breeding is fun I guess. I hope very soon my Molly will give birth :)
Originally Posted by redchigh
Livebearers are fast breeders.... (platys, guppies, swordtails, mollies)
After that, I'd say the easiest fish to breed are rosy red minnows- also sold as feeder fish.
They are egg layers, but they build a next and the male guards the fry.
Why are you wondering? Looking for good feeder fish?
I'd probably look for some endler-guppy hybrids- Guppies eat their own young, while endlers tend not to.
Ghost shrimp and Red cherry shrimp are extremely easy to breed... With the RCS, in optimum conditions, a colony can grow by about 20% every week or so.
Thanks mate I have paty and molly . I am not looking for feeder fish for now as I dont have any big fish yet :) . As I am getting a new tank for me, I want to use my old tank for breeding lots of fast growing fish thats why I was asking this question :) . Breeding lots of fish in my tank will make me happy :D And the shrip thing you said is cool I will bring some shirmp too. but Can they live with Dwarf blue gouramis ?