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Old 04-24-2013, 01:49 PM   #1
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Guppys

I have baby in a breeder and I just want to know how long to keep them in there. I think I heard 3 weeks.
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I have baby in a breeder and I just want to know how long to keep them in there. I think I heard 3 weeks.
Hey, do you mean, so you can release it back into the main tank. The rule is, as long as it's bigger than your biggest fishes mouth, than you can release him/her in the tank. If it's only guppies you have, I would say about double that. It depend how quickly, big it grows....
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Yea but there more then guppies in the tank. It's at my work. The fish I think will eat them fast is the angle fish.
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Yea but there more then guppies in the tank. It's at my work. The fish I think will eat them fast is the angle fish.
Oh. I would put it at least 3mths so, maybe longer!!!
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Ok it's only been like 2 weeks so far so I have a ways to go lol. There's like 11 baby's.
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Ok it's only been like 2 weeks so far so I have a ways to go lol. There's like 11 baby's.
Yeah, the angels would have them gone in ten seconds!!!
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Dang. So what fish would go good with an angle
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Dang. So what fish would go good with an angle
The guppies will be fine, just not the fry, until around 10-12wks. I have never kept Angels myself but I believe they are relatively good with most community fish, Molly's, platys, tetras etc. They do become territorial when breeding. I do stand corrected on that though....
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It eats my full grown guppies before.
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