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Is there a way to control the sex of the off spring?
Interesting theoryrbelchak1988 said:And to Meenu going to the bigger tank I am guessing the chemical parameters are different than in the smaller tank thus the change in offspring not sure but just a guess.
Agreed and disagreed. To start this I am for the endlers being pure bred on this one. However guppies and endlers store sperm which allows them to have batches of fry with mixed fathers. If you only use male endlers then the guppies sperm can not get into the females and spoil the purebred. But this is sort of the same thing with the males and spreading the genes so I am sort of neutral on this argument.Meenu said:Okay, I think I'm just being dense here.... but what difference does it make if the endler is a male or female? The genes get passed on either way.
neither do I. I am just truing to support both sides of the argumentMeenu said:I guess I just don't understand what you guys mean. So if a female guppy stores male endler sperm, that is not "spoiling the purebred"?
I'm not even trying to be argumentative here - I really just don't understand the theory. ???