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Also baby swordtails are realy small and hide in the gravel. It makes them hard to see. You may not even know you have them in there for a few weeks as they like to feed when the adults are not around.
i do have plants in there but u dont need to post a pic of tightly together i know whatcha mean. but i have three plants and one is a banana plant andi heard they can hide in there is that true? i have anout 12 big rocks in my tank. they are stacked to make a tunnel.what do u mean by what kind of subtrate?36 gallon and 2 red flame gouramis 4 swordtails(1 male 3 female)3 cories 1 pleco and an angelfish.
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Not as much as your angle. Im not sure bout the corys as i have never had them. My pleco has never ate any of my fry. The next time they have fry if you see them take them out or watch where they go. and kkep an eye on them. You wont be able to save all of them. Yes they do eat but only when not stressd. Or when no other fish is around. i bet if you took every thing out of the tank slowly and calmly, that you will see some in the gravle. Then take your net over the garavle slowly trying not to disturb the gravle. You should buy the floating breeder plants that look like grass so the fry could swim up to it and hide for like ten bucks. The only problem with that is the angle will be pecking all the fry out of it.
Last edited by mollies; 10-03-2009 at 01:39 PM.
u are never going to believe me i just saw a fry out of nowhere.none of them gave birth i dont think but the baby was about a half an inch long. i dont know how but my angelfish suckd it right in!! right infront of my eyes. i cant believe it came out of the gravel after 21 days.