- - NEW GUPPY FRY
|Lupin ||12-24-2006 09:09 PM |
Maybe but if it takes a lot of effort for them to take off the tag, then we might as well familiarize ourselves to pics here.:mrgreen: And even thanks them.:sarcastic:
Oh, and congratulations for the fry. Remember not to use breeding traps. Guppies are very prolific and will always bombard you a lot of fry every month.:)
|St6_Devgru ||01-03-2007 01:00 AM |
thanx but i dont see how i can do that :/ breeding traps i used one. i dont want the fry to get aten
|sazzy ||01-03-2007 11:23 AM |
ah ikle babies, well done you!
|trreherd ||01-03-2007 01:54 PM |
Im so sick of those things mating in my tank. there the reason my old tank was overstocked.
|crazie.eddie ||01-03-2007 03:37 PM |
When fish breed it's cool and people do get excited, but after awhile, that excitement wears thin and lose interests in breeding. Especially with livebearers, since they are SO prolific. At least, that's how it was with me. I bred mollies and guppies, sold guppies, later just gave guppies away, then gave up the breeding thing. I did the same with Endler's livebearers. I suppose I'll probably end up feeling the same with my RCS.
|trreherd ||01-03-2007 04:04 PM |
i was thinking it would be a good idea to breed them if you have any large meet eating fish. it would be a good food source for a chichilid or something. I would love to have a big fish that would eat them becuase i get frustrated with them becuase they are the reason my tank got smellly and overcrowded. I couldent just give them the flush but if i bi-acidentaly droped all the fry an a tank with a big fish i wouldent be killing them. Mr fishy would do my dirty work.
|girlofgod ||01-08-2007 12:34 PM |
i've had a female and male platy together for months now and NO babies...she never gets fat, nothing. =( poor me. i want babies. =( oh well
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