- Fish Breeding
|dprUsh83 ||10-05-2006 01:43 PM |
My guppie just gave birth!
I wasn't ready for it, I was getting the breeder safety thing tomorrow, right now I put the fry in a container with tank water, how long will they be okay until I get them in the tank in a safe environment?
I'm just full of questions today! It's okay though, I'm officially a fish daddy :lol:
|joeshmoe ||10-05-2006 02:13 PM |
i dont no i think they should be fne for one day :wink:
|dprUsh83 ||10-05-2006 02:16 PM |
I'm also curious, could I raise the fry in a fish bowl (filterless) with cycled water from my tank if I do frequent water changes? I have read it will only take a few weeks until I can put them back in the tank....since I have plenty of cover that is.
I only have three fry so far, I think she's done. I think I caught her after most were eaten, but hopefully at least a couple of these three can survive to adulthood!
|joeshmoe ||10-05-2006 02:22 PM |
yes but they would probley grow slower .
|dprUsh83 ||10-06-2006 12:12 PM |
Well I'm a complete sucker, I just went out and bought a 2.5 Gallon tank for 3 fry :roll:
I am still getting an in tank unit for the next group of fry, and then I'll use this one for something else as a little bedroom setup, but as of now it looks like a big seamonkey exhibit. :lol:
|Oceane ||10-07-2006 11:16 AM |
Well I'm a complete sucker, I just went out and bought a 2.5 Gallon tank for 3 fry
Hey these are you first babies... i would too, in any case you'll probably use the maternity next time round as well...good luck with the fry :)
|Radlations ||01-19-2007 10:40 PM |
shouldve just separated the mother
unless you have other fish in the tank
|lioness501 ||01-20-2007 01:24 PM |
i have a 2.5 gal for my fry!!! they should really b filtered and it will b about 3 months before they reach non edible size(dependin on the fish u have) i have a 6 week old molly fry no way big enough to b let loose yet!! although i have a filter i dont have a heater in the small tank and they do well without it!
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