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Old 03-08-2014, 12:47 AM   #1
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Post cross breeds here.

Post your x-bred fish here! Here is my black molly/ fancy guppy crossbreed. He maxed at 1 3/4 in long and shares molly fin structure. http://i866.photobucket.com/albums/a...psiecti0ne.jpg
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May i ask how you got that?

What do fish say when they hit a wall? ...... Dam!
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May i ask how you got that?

What do fish say when they hit a wall? ...... Dam!
My petco actually sold them. My friend got him at about .5 inches long, and he kept growing! I went to his place, noticed it was half molly! He told me i could have it, and here we are today!
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Are you sure its not just a guppy. I had a guppy once like that. Half black half white and looked like miniature bull shark. Not saying its not a crossbreed just did not know it was possible.

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It is possible for guppies and mollies to crossbreed, though the ethics of purposefully doing so is controversial from what I've read. Regardless, he's a pretty fish!
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Are you sure its not just a guppy. I had a guppy once like that. Half black half white and looked like miniature bull shark. Not saying its not a crossbreed just did not know it was possible.

What do fish say when they hit a wall? ...... Dam!
Almost sure. The fin structure is so similar.
Plus, hes huge!
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