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Twitch 08-31-2010 12:44 PM

How Many Species have You Succesfully Bred?
 
I was reading a Saltwater Aquarium magazine and came across an article about these two fishkeepers who are having a contest to see who can breed the most species of fish successfully. One guy is well over 100 species in one year! So I was wondering, how many have you succesfully bred and what kinds?

Personally, I have never bred fish. I'm hoping to gain more knowledge though and once I can actually keep fish alive and happy, then I might branch out and breed. So tell me, how many species have you successfully bred (bred for and raised the fry) and what species? Pictures are welcome as well.

fryup 08-31-2010 04:40 PM

wel i have sucesfully bred and raised both guppies and swordtails, i know its not hard to breed livebearers but im prowd and i hope to breed my plecs and 1 day get an angel tank set up for breeding :):):)

scalar 08-31-2010 05:25 PM

red bay snooks
angles
guppys
tin foil barbs
these were all not planned

kitten_penang 08-31-2010 10:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by scalar (Post 461105)
red bay snooks
angles
guppys
tin foil barbs
these were all not planned


:lol:

kitten_penang 08-31-2010 11:03 PM

1 ) angelfish
2 ) guppies
3 ) RCS
4 ) bettas
5 ) platies
6 ) swordtails
7 ) ghost shrimps
8 ) molly

i think thats about it. never really tried breeding them on purpose. like scalar said. it just happened lol


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