Black Skirt.Tetras

  1. billmarshall94 Member Member

    I just notice 2 of them look real fat, maybe with eggs. Does anyone k ow if they are by looking at the photo?[​IMG]
  2. Dave125g Fishlore Legend Member

    Can you get a pic with them facing the camera?
  3. DoubleDutch Fishlore VIP Member

    Those are two huge females. Same as mine
  4. billmarshall94 Member Member

    will try for better photos.

    here is one...not to clear..

  5. Dave125g Fishlore Legend Member

    Wow yea she looks full of eggs
  6. billmarshall94 Member Member

    I have 2 of them, never took care of egg layers, any advice? Thanks
  7. Dave125g Fishlore Legend Member

    No males in the tank? What other fish are in the tank? I'm no expert on tetras but I'll do my best for ya
  8. billmarshall94 Member Member

    6 Cory's. 6 black skirt tetras. there all tetras except the Cory's..

    don't know how to sex them..
  9. Dave125g Fishlore Legend Member

    I think the females are slightly fatter
  10. Dave125g Fishlore Legend Member

    Do you have a quarantine tank I was thinking if you put your female and a male in there alone letting nature take its course
  11. billmarshall94 Member Member

    why the male, won't he eat the eggs?
  12. billmarshall94 Member Member

    no at tank...
  13. Dave125g Fishlore Legend Member

    You need a male to fertilize the eggs
  14. billmarshall94 Member Member

    stupid me, of course...
  15. billmarshall94 Member Member

    I will set one up, maybe a 10 gal.
  16. Dave125g Fishlore Legend Member

    That should do. You may want to check out you tube about breeding them also
  17. billmarshall94 Member Member

    I will and thanks for the help, just started using live plants in the tank. I think it makes it look more natural.
  18. Dave125g Fishlore Legend Member

    Yes and it helps with the bio load too
  19. billmarshall94 Member Member

    installed co2 setup, 10# tank working good...reg has solenoid shuts off with timer...see how that works out...