- Fish Breeding
- - Mollie fry
|lowco1 ||02-16-2009 12:15 PM |
ok I have one batch of fry that only 5 survived but they are all female for some reason and now I have a brand new batch of 14 dalmation mollies but they are all female also. so how come I dont have any male frys?
|daisycutter ||02-16-2009 11:31 PM |
i think its something to do with temperture...or is that just reptiles:dunno:
|Oldman47 ||02-20-2009 08:29 PM |
It usually has more to do with patience than anything else. At a few weeks old, all mollies look like females no matter their final sex. At between 2 and 3 months, you should be able to tell male from female in mollies. These mollies are 5 weeks old and I am not prepared to believe that I have gotten 35 all female mollies in a single drop from sheer luck when the chances are 50/50. http://i290.photobucket.com/albums/l...NEm35_1024.jpg
|lowco1 ||02-20-2009 09:23 PM |
how do you get such a clear picture of the fry I can never get a good one it is always blurry.
|Oldman47 ||02-21-2009 10:12 AM |
I just back off a bit and use the zoom. I am careful to focus the best that I can by hand because the auto-focus never seems to get it right.
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