12-31-2008, 03:52 PM
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Originally Posted by dramaqueen
You really shouldn't attempt to breed your fish unless you do a lot of research first. You need a breeding tank, food for the fry and lots of jars to put the babies in once they get big enough to be separated from each other. You can't just throw the male and female together and let nature take its course. Just because the female is full of eggs doesn't mean you should breed her. She'll release them eventually, but, as Cody said, they won't be fertile.
I have breed guppys, swordtails, platys, mollies, and other fish and I have lots of liquid fry food. and containers to put the babies in.