I've looked this up a thousand times by now and can only find posts saying it's not possible at all and some people saying that their fish did but no photographic evidence. So I might have something cool here. Anyway, my blood parrot and severum have spawned. For years I thought my blood parrot was male and I just thought the eggs wouldn't be fertile and then I realized she was the one laying eggs. The severum came behind her and fertilized the eggs. 24 hours later only a few turned white and the rest were great looking. They stayed nice and grayish brown for the next 36 hours and then the white eggs began spreading, very fast. All the eggs caught a fungus and died. The parents guarded them for the next three days and then ate them. They've laid a second time and the same thing happened. They're looking like they're gonna lay here soon again. So yeah, my blood parrot laid eggs and the severum fertilized them. They haven't realized they need to eat the unfertilized eggs. But yeah I'm pretty excited about this and just thought I would share. Here's my video proof please no rash hateful comments. I know not everyone likes hybrids but I'm 14 and these are the first fish I've ever had spawn. So let me know what y'all think!