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Old 04-29-2015, 03:41 AM   #1
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Sexing the Neon Tetra

Hi guys! Can you help me to identificate how of my tetras neon are male and females? And how identify that? Thanks a lot. Have a nice day!

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From what iv read it's all about watching there behavior. I had 10 neons that I was gonna try to breed but never had any luck. Believe they need ro/do water, rain water or very soft water. I decided I was wasting energy keeping them and sold them. Hope you have Better luck then I did
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From what iv read it's all about watching there behavior. I had 10 neons that I was gonna try to breed but never had any luck. Believe they need ro/do water, rain water or very soft water. I decided I was wasting energy keeping them and sold them. Hope you have Better luck then I did
Thanks partner. As I have searched for information about what kind of conditions must be created for them to feel comfortable for breeding and are not easy. I have a aquarium with hatchlings of Ramirezi that when these will be sold I will try to create the ideal breeding environment aquarium for neon. But of course, as long as my couple Ramirezi not come with another litter of fry. Greetings.
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I would be interested in that as well. I know you have to let the nitrates rise, then change lots of water (per Wikipedia) to simulate the wet season back home. Other than that, I am clueless.

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And some members here say they are easy to breed... And we just have to watch out for the light, as the eggs are light sensitive.
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Does light kill the eggs?
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And some members here say they are easy to breed... And we just have to watch out for the light, as the eggs are light sensitive.
Yes my friend, that's right. Thanks
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