Would depend on what you think is cheap and relatively easy, if you have had success breeding freshwater fish before, then I would say a freshwater fish you didn't mention is bettas. Bettas can be cheap, I have gotten lucky and found mislabeled bettas that if I had found females at the time I would have wanted to breed them. Most of the threads of betta spawning I've followed were done in ten gallon setups. Another option would be catfish, corydoras breeding sounds fairly simple if you can get them with the right ratio to induce spawning, there are spawning setups I have heard about done for them in ten gallons, too.fishaholic87 said:beside least killI fish white cloud minnows guppies platies mollys endlers and zebra danois is there any cheap relitivly easy fish to breed in a ten I have a big 40 comunity they can be moved into if they will eat eggs/fry
Yes, but they aren't wanted as much as other fish because of the rate of production they go through with fry making it to adulthood. You will be hard pressed after the first two or three spawns to find homes or even give away the resulting (ones that make it to at least an inch) offspring.ParrotCichlid said:Convict cichlids are a great choice for breeding in 10 gallon tanks.
While many will disagree I have seen plenty of successful convict breeding operations in 10 gallon tanks on MFK.