- - Yay babies
|Christople ||01-19-2011 09:29 PM |
I'm glad to say that my rams just laid eggs... It is their second time laying eggs. And they always lay their eggs in the weirdest spots, it's like they make it so I can't take pictures of them. The glass makes it ipossible to take clear photos. Sorry for those of you who would've liked some. I wonder why their colors get vibrant when they spawn. So my mom says maybe to a inforsori or however you spell it cultivation so again how do i DO THAT sorrry for capslock
|Christople ||01-20-2011 10:26 AM |
why does my male not let the female go near the eggs
|SeaHorse ||01-20-2011 11:45 AM |
Well I believe the male has to fertilize the eggs after she lays them, and some species the male is the babysitter. Also once the fry hatch both parents might have to be removed. Every species is different. Hopefully you can find out more about their breeding habits and let us all know. Good luck.
(Impatiently waiting for Pineapple Swordtail babies)
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