I still cant figure out when a female guppy is ready to have her babies.
I have one that looks pretty big now, so i isolated here in one of those nets so the other fish wont eat up the new guppy babies. I had her there for 3 days and nothing, she looked kinda sad in there so i took her out.
I got a new female yesterday that also looked pretty big and today i got me a new plant - a fox tale i believe - and when i was putting it in i noticed a small guppy so i got it out as fast as i could and placed it in a small 2 liter bowl with 6 other baby guppys that are 4 weeks old. I started looking at the females and saw the the new one looked thin and the older one is still the same. So i guess that the new one had her babies and the only one that survived is the one i found. The same thing happened with a black molly that i have, she was pretty big then one morning i found her thin and no sign of any baby mollies.
Any input on how to tell when its time will really help me out .