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Old 08-06-2017, 07:05 PM   #1
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Tons of fry!

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Lol very exciting! What kind?
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Lol very exciting! What kind?
In that tank? Mollies. Dalmations of some sort most likely, but I have a few creamsicles in there, too, and I have no idea who mom is. No one was looking particularly pregnant this morning. I just had a kid scream at me that there were babies in the plant.

My other tank has a bunch of fry in it too, there's a combo of MM platies, swordtails and mollies -- some black and some dalmations. I have a few moms ready to pop in that tank, too. And a swordtail we've just named Pregante because she's ALWAYS squared off. I think she has new fry every three or four days. I'm glad I have a friend looking to restock her tank. ><
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Child counted... 25 babies in there. All except two of the girls in there are second generations of mine. The other two are their moms.
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Other tank. Mix of platies, swordtails and mollies. No idea who is who.
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How fun! I always love finding new babies in the tank!
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Old 08-10-2017, 08:25 PM   #7
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swordtails and platys do mate.
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swordtails and platys do mate.
I know. I'm not breeding them seriously. When the fry are bigger I'll be able to tell who's who for the mollies. The swordtails and platies are just because they're pretty.
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