04-05-2011, 10:38 PM
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Yes, I do realize that they will be reproducing like crazy. I just really thought it would be cool for my daughter and I to raise the babies. By no means am I trying to save every "litter", I dont have the energy to do all that. I also now have a 10 gallon, courtesy of my brother, that I have set up and cycling. I have moss and some real plants and some fake breeding grass I got at the pet store. I know it wont be ready by the time she has her babies, but like you all said, they are worse than rabbits so I'm sure I'll be able to use it. Worst case scenario, I fill both of my tanks and cant save the babies any more... BUT I recently noticed my beatuful black and silver molly is preggers... maybe her babies will be the ones that use it?? :) Thank you all for all of the tips and advice you've given me. I really appreciate it.
Come to think of it, I know this is the wrong forum to be discussing things other than breeding, but since you are all so knowledgeable I figure why not ask, right? I have a bumble bee goby (my little buddy) He hangs out pretty well with the others in the tank, but does he want some of his own to be with? He was the only one at the pet store when I got him. He was just too cute to pass up. The people at the store said they dont usually have them in stock, that they are more or less ordered by request. So IF I want another one I have to call and ask them to get me a few... what do you guys think? I have a total of 6 mollies and 6 guppies, the goby, a chinese algae eater, a bamboo shrimp and a 3 random snails ( I only bought one - where did the others come from??) These are all in my 29 gallon.
Last edited by guppiesformybabies; 04-05-2011 at 10:46 PM..
Reason: edit - sleep deprivation :)