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fry announcement Board: announce your baby fry here!

Discussion in 'Livebearer Fish' started by Leslie, Aug 16, 2008.

  1. Jaren117

    Jaren117 New Member

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    I got one two weeks ago
     
  2. FishVixen

    FishVixen Active Member

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    Angel fry all growing well from 4 months to 1 month old fry
    7 week old fry
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    15 week old fry
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  3. MOD_Dawn

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    Lovin the white looking ones.
     
  4. Alleycat

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    N.Cylindricus, N. pectoralis, C. Utinta, and O. Ventralis over the course of a few days. Must have been induced by that low preasure front that came through.. :D
     
  5. MOD_Dawn

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    wow! talk about your spawning.
    love to see some future photos of them.
     
  6. FishVixen

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  7. NoctuVide

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    At the moment I have 6 Xystichromis phytophagus (Christmas Fulu) fry and the female of one of my newest pairs, metriaclima pyrsonotos (Red Top Zebra), is holding, which is kind of odd being they are not full grown yet (maybe around 3 inches, they get to 5).
     
  8. Jeff W

    Jeff W New Member

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    Red zebras breed at a very young age. At about 2 inches. So it is normal. I also raise Christmas Fulu and they breed at a really young age. I just pulled 3 females today that are holding and they are only an inch long. Males are about 1.5" and full color. good job. If they are breeding young then your doing it right.
     
  9. guppyowner

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    I have fry. 20 some baby guppies born about a week ago.
     
  10. Alleycat

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    Buffalo heads, L. Similis ( thanks jeff W ), L. Caudopunctatus

    I'm running out of room :eek:
     
  11. Annagyijjk

    Annagyijjk New Member

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    You know ... As long as I have guppies and Endlers I've never seen a woman give birth.
     
  12. Ben

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    I have tons of guppy, platy, and molly fry. Also have some lil cory's swimmimg around.
     
  13. Cynthia

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    Tue May 24, 2011 6:37 pm
    [pics]

    I know it's worthless with out them but I can't seem to get pics that are any good of the fry XD maybe when their bigger I can get a few clean shots
    but there was 5 of them, one of the babies ended up caught in the filter before I could save it from the hunger that is a male guppy that hasn't been fed yet today :rolleyes:

    Their either half fancy blue guppy or half ,half black those are the two females in my tank might of been more from the drop but I do have a betta in there who loves live food XD
     
  14. Anthony

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    Tue May 24, 2011 7:25 pm
    Congrats !
     
  15. Cynthia

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    Tue May 24, 2011 9:56 pm

    thanks, I'm gonna put them in the twenty gal tank I'm getting for fancies in three weeks instead of the old 1.5 gal betta tank -__- wasn't expecting the fry yet XD
     
  16. guppyowner

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    Been a good summer for guppies. Have three batches of second generation fry right now. Looking forward to cross breeding and line breeding for colors.
     
  17. Ms. Wright

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    Wed Mar 03, 2010 8:19 pm

    Fry......
    My Danio Margaritatus AKA Celestial Pearl Danios AKA Microrasbora Galaxy
    (LOL, I've been in the hobby for forty years, and even Malawi cichilds haven't had such taxonomical changes.)
    Anyway, they're rockin' and rollin' and spawning like little sex fiends. The fry are growing fast, hardy and healthy.
    Makes me proud; the only other endangered species I've tried to breed were Victorian Haps, and they're kind of famous for not playing well with others. No success.
    Anyway, I'll have some fry to distribute, and would like to find somebody with more of these fishes so I can out-cross a bit.
    Anybody in the Virginia area keeping these pretty little critters?
     
  18. Anthony

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    Wed Mar 03, 2010 8:41 pm

    Wow nice. I was never able to get my danios to spawn.
     
  19. KingKedros452

    KingKedros452 New Member

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    Sat Feb 27, 2010 10:24 pm

    So I've had a 30 gallon tank for a while with 4 panda/clown barbs of some sort and a spanner. The spanner died last week and I moved the others into my livebearer tank because I wanted to take this tank down.

    Anyway, I left the tank up and running all week with intentions of taking it down on the weekend. This is a tank that's been sitting for months without me doing anything with it. It has driftwood and large river rocks and no heater (house is 80F) and I barely remember its there with my busy schedule, which is why I decided to reduce my tanks. Not conducive to breeding.

    So I was looking at the tank today and deciding how I wanted to go about taking it down, and I see fry. Tiny tiny fry. Two on my count but they look a day or two old and its an easy tank to hide in so I might soon have more. I guess I'm not taking it down yet.
     
  20. Anthony

    Anthony Active Member

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    Sat Feb 27, 2010 10:30 pm

    Congrats. If you leave them in there they will likely get eaten pretty quickly, which is why you may only see two.