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Old 09-28-2011, 12:06 AM   #1
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Guppt breeding?

I have one male lyretail guppy and 3 female red tale guppies. Im planning on breeding them but im not sure they will mix properly. Does anyone know if they will?
They are currently in a 20 gallon fish tank.
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Old 09-28-2011, 12:39 AM   #2
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what do you mean 'mix properly'?
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I have read that some guppies wont breed with each other so i was wondering if lyretail guppies will breed with red tailed guppies
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Yeah I don't see why they wouldn't. I don't know of any guppies that won't breed with other types.
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oh ok well thanks
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**** my guppies try mating even with my platy... I think they bug them more than my female guppies.
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Yeah the Guppies should breed together. Be careful though cause then you'll have like a million guppy fry in no time.
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**** my guppies try mating even with my platy... I think they bug them more than my female guppies.
Its funny you say that cause when I had my 2 female guppys in my fry tank my male guppy about drove my platy female crazy.
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