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Old 01-20-2022, 01:43 PM   #1
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Babies I stripped from yellow lab mothers (2 of them) about a month and a half ago. I thought the father was my other yellow lab as well; (he was non-stop shimming/mating with them) however, the babies are peach colored & don't seem to be changing. The larger fries (3 of them) have a stripe up their back and seem more aggressive. Their possible fathers are in the photos. Please help me identify & tell me if these are even worth keeping �� I also have a blue peacock & giant black/orange Oscar but they mind their own business.
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The Zebra looking one minds (his/her?) own business as well.
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Not sure if it is the same but recently found out my guppies can hold five different male sperms for several months before using the sperm to fertilise their own eggs. Due to this when I’ve been trying to breed selective guppies to get the colours I want I’ve had random colours I don’t even have in my tank come through.

Could be worth researching if ur fish can do this as well.
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Thanks, that's very interesting. I used to have guppies a long time ago, the cheetah one was my favorite. Real beauties ❤️
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