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Old 10-25-2011, 06:45 PM   #1
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Breeding Comets?

Does anyone have any experience? Can I breed them with two 10g?
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No, and absolutely no.
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Does anyone have any experience? Can I breed them with two 10g?
Comets get HUGE! They are really pond fish that can get to 2 feet long! I hope you don't already have them in the 10?
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I was talking about for food...
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And no I have none.
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And no I have none.
Sorry if I sounded rude. What about guppies? They would be much easier to breed and would fit in a 10.
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Sounds good. I just wanted to breed my own feeders because the ones at my LFS's all have ich.
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still, even thinking of keeping more than a few comets in a 10g is crazy
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sry i sound rude too, guppies is working great for me in my 10g, i use them to feed my african leaf-fish (climbing perch)
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It's alright. I know how big comets get. And I'm not sure if guppies would work because it doesn't seem like enough meat for a jack dempsey. How about rosie reds?
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It's alright. I know how big comets get. And I'm not sure if guppies would work because it doesn't seem like enough meat for a jack dempsey. How about rosie reds?
I don't think your jack Dempsey will mind what size they are. I'm assuming they are just going to be an occasional treat? Livebearers would be alot easier to breed than egg layers.
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Yep just a treat. And yeah you're right.
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