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Old 05-29-2013, 07:16 PM   #1
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what fish have you had that had fry?

I just wnated to start thus thread because i think its awesome when my fish have fry because to me they are adorable and kind of a surprise. So far i have only had my mollys have fry(pretty soon my guppys are going to have fry) and i want to lnow what fish have people succesfully bred and theyre experience with it plus how many fey and what you did and first reaction.(i wouldnt mind pictures of fish)
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Old 05-29-2013, 07:34 PM   #2
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I've had guppy, molly, swordtail, goldfish, and convict fry. No pictures sadly.
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Old 05-29-2013, 07:37 PM   #3
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I just wnated to start thus thread because i think its awesome when my fish have fry because to me they are adorable and kind of a surprise. So far i have only had my mollys have fry(pretty soon my guppys are going to have fry) and i want to lnow what fish have people succesfully bred and theyre experience with it plus how many fey and what you did and first reaction.(i wouldnt mind pictures of fish)
Ive had some red zebra cichlids that have bred many times! The first batch was 5 and their most recent was 34! When i saw she was pregnant, i just put her in a separate tank until she had the babies! Ive also bred some yellow lab cichlids and some Mbipia cf. Lutea cichlids!

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The high point of this hobby for me was when my zebra danios had fry about 5 years ago. 6 of them survived and lived long happy lives. My fav freshwater fish definitely.
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Ok this was first sucvessful batch of fry that my molly had
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