Yes, that is only one yellow lab fry - the rest got, um, consumed while I had my tank taken apart related to a separate disaster with a missing fish, described in (excruciating) detail here: http://www.aquariumadvice.com/viewtopic.php?t=50367
I don't expect any fry to survive to adulthood in this tank - even with the rocks for cover they get to maybe just under an inch and start coming out to feed, and then next thing you know you don't see them anymore. I figured I'd snag this one while the rocks were out, since I really don't like to do that often - it really stresses everyone out.
I am saving up for the calvus. The fish, with shipping, are not going to be cheap and I promised my husband I would not order them until I had the money in hand, which is not usually how I operate.....
I am getting 6 juvies and they take about a million, million-and-a-half years to mature but I plan to keep a pair in the 37g.
Meredith, I have three of these in my 55 and only one turned out to be male, so the other two look pretty ordinary to me. It is funny how the uglier they are the better I like a BN!