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Old 01-16-2012, 03:44 PM   #1
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re there any easy fish to breed
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more on the breeding my aquarium is 30gallons and has been going for about two years
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Old 01-16-2012, 03:46 PM   #3
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Livebearers are all pretty easy I started with platys but most do guppys. 2:1female is the ratio for breeding. Nevermind saltwater maybe clown fish I heard they are.
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sorry i forgot to mention i have saltwater
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For saltwater, Clownfish are probably the easiest fish to breed. Some species of Cardinalfish are good too, like the Bangaii.
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For saltwater, Clownfish are probably the easiest fish to breed. Some species of Cardinalfish are good too, like the Bangaii.
all types of clowns??
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all types of clowns??
I believe that some Clowns are harder to breed than others. If it were me I would try breeding Occellaris Clowns first.
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