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MikeRad89

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arvind2205

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I have 3 endlers and 5 minnows in a 10G tank. The endler female (there are 2, one adult and one juvenile) had fry - I didn't do anything special and left them in there. Tank is planted, but not heavily. Didn't see any fry for a week after the first day so I thought they were eaten or disappeared...but this week there are 8 fry swimming around!! I'm not doing anything special, just feeding a little more than usual - they seem to be surviving on algae and leftover food just fine. here's one of them
 

Danakay70

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arvind2205

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LJC6780 said:
They definitely have a way of surviving! I have a guppy/platy grow out tank and just let nature take its course because there are so many (I sell them to the LFS for credit), and the "litters" seem to just keep getting bigger. I have a large mass of tied to a flat rock on the bare bottom and the fry hide in there for probably a couple weeks at least before I start seeing them out and about regularly.
That is so good to know At this rate I was worried they would overpopulate my 10G tank, but I will take them to the LFS How old should they be before they can be transported safely? Also any tips on when they can be sexed? They all look like females. One more photo attached, two of them having a conversation need the wood cove
 

LJC6780

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arvind2205 said:
That is so good to know At this rate I was worried they would overpopulate my 10G tank, but I will take them to the LFS How old should they be before they can be transported safely? Also any tips on when they can be sexed? They all look like females. One more photo attached, two of them having a conversation need the wood cove
They can be transported any time but I doubt they will want them until they are big enough to be sexed and probably showing colors. Some of mine take quite a while to start showing color. They can be sexed fairly quickly by looking for the gravid spot and using a flash light but I usually just wait until I can positively identify males.

If you don't want to keep having fry, I suggest rehoming the females and sticking with males since females can hold sperm for months after last contact with a male.

Here's that pic ...

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Sarah73

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Baby survivor
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EternalDancer

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Got me a gang of guppy tiddlers, less than a day old
 

Tom Hardy

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Here are my 3.5 month old platy fries... managed to save them from the main aquarium full of platies and anabantoids the day they were born... They are super active and so entertaining to watch.... Maybe its almost time to move them to the main tank....
 

Sarah73

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BigMikePGH

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Hi, I'm new here! The story about this lone fry was that I found it on Christmas Eve when it swam up to get food when I fed my other fish. It was very unexpected as I didn't realize that I had it until then.
 

BigMikePGH

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And sorry for posting twice here, but the second half of the story is that about two weeks later, a second fry appeared much the same way as the first. Just thought that it was an interesting story so I'd share! (Sorry for the bad picture quality of the second picture)
 

Inno

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My 10gal mbuna fry tank.
My camera sucks on my phone sorry.
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I have 16 in it a week old.
 

Inno

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The tiny mbuna in his giant coral castle

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Mcasella

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Aquaholic3

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I just found my first guppy fry. I counted 21 in total they are the most adorable little things.

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I hope I get some pretty ones, I need to get more females.
 

EricV

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New fundulopanchax gardnerI fry. This one is a few days old.


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Found 4 so far in with their parents and have moved their spawning mop into a 2.5 gallon tank along with 3 of the 4 fry to sequester any further hatching. The 4th was left with the parents as it is significantly larger than its siblings and siblings of different sizes are cannibalistic as you can see in this picture from a previous spawn.


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The other 3 are close enough in size to not be able to eat one another and are also small enough to not be a threat to any newly hatched fry...at least for the next few days at which point they'll move to another 2.5.
 

Tanks and Plants

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I got Fry and juvies coming out of my ears!


One of my Krib tanks with some semI juvies.

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My BrichardI tank with I don't know how many fry

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My other Krib tank with fry

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My Lamprologus Ocellatus "Gold" tank with Fry

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My grow out tub with Brichardi's and Gold Occies, this is the last tub before they are sold to my LFS.

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My Gold Occy semI juvies before they go into the big tub.

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My kribensis semI juvies before they go into the big tub.

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Sorry for some of the bad pictures. If you have any questions please ask!
 

PetLover418

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I just had 27 fry born yesterday + 20ish dead ones. Today, 21 were alive. Black mollies. 5 months ago (last molly birth) only one was found. 6 months ago, 7 survived. So I only had 8 mollies until yesterday.
 

bizaliz3

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My newest angelfish fry....not even 2 weeks old yet!!

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danefrnds

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My molly fry just born


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BadFishy

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This morning I was greeted by a brand new batch of Electric Blue Ram babies...
 

EternalDancer

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53 new members to the itty bitty fry committee

They may only be guppy, but I love them.

I think this is mama's first batch... it maaay be her second.

She'd had about 20 when I got up this morning, and the rest were there by lunch, so they're anywhere from 20 to 6 hours old.
 

Lchi87

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They grow up so fast!

Electric Blue Acara:

2 weeks:

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5 months

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Nanologist

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Lchi87 said:
They grow up so fast!

Electric Blue Acara:

2 weeks:

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5 months

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I love that scale pattern! Sooooo pretty.
 

Lchi87

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greenbonsai said:
I love that scale pattern! Sooooo pretty.
Thanks!
 

EternalDancer

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Found me a half-grown shrimplet!
I have finally successfully got baby shrimp!!!

Guppy fry (ended up with 53).

Also, baby killifish! They are so frickin titchy!!! Ten so far but also seen a few more eggs so numbers pending.
 

arcticcichlid

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Nattw

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Cricket lynn mclean

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Mollies
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Mcasella

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I have a new momma lyretail swordtail, she dropped well over 20 babies with only two being born dead after stress from transport (everyone seems well as of this morning).
These guys were born last night so they aren't even a day old yet. Sorry f or bad picture.
 

DioAquatics

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Here's 3 of my juvie apistogramma cacatuoides triple reds hiding in my moss mountain

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turtleblue8

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My balloon molly (fish in my profile picture) dropped 25-30 fry today (I'll be able to count properly when they're **** and I can see them better)


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KaderTheAnt

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My Tuxedo Fry. This isn't even half of them.
 

jmaldo

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Mcasella

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Apistogramma Cacatuoides "Triple Red" fry

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Cricket lynn mclean

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Mcasella said:
Apistogramma Cacatuoides "Triple Red" fry

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I'll take 2 please
 

Mcasella

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Cricket lynn mclean said:
I'll take 2 please
I was surprised by them actually making it that long as that tank has tetras and cories that were hounding the area despite little one inch mom chasing them all off with the fury of a fully sized cichlid lol. She decided the hollow under the dragon stone was perfect for her to lay.
 

Cricket lynn mclean

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Mcasella said:
I was surprised by them actually making it that long as that tank has tetras and cories that were hounding the area despite little one inch mom chasing them all off with the fury of a fully sized cichlid lol. She decided the hollow under the dragon stone was perfect for her to lay.
I wish her luck
 

Thida

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I just put my guppies and platys frys in the 20 gal tank.

1) what color will my twinbar platy frys will be because most of them look grey. I was hoping they'd be blue..will they be?

2) My guppies fry seems to be growing at A slower growth rate. I fed them all fry powder and flakes and veggie 3-4 times a day. The smallest one are already a month old. I change water every 3 -4 days 30%wc.
 

GlamCrab

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Here are pictures of my apistogramma fry as they grew. Noticed mom with eggs the 30th of november.

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Cuqui

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My 50cents. Can you guys believe I discovered tiny Cory catfish babies last Friday?

Watching my Goldfish fry and my bottom dwellers eat and then suddenly what is that!?

Voilà. No clue about how many I've got.
All of my Corys are Emerald so these are most likely Emerald as well.
Will try to show them on video. I had never seen Cory babies and these are just too cute!
 

kyomuno

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So these were our suprise fry lol. Thought I had more time before they would.drop, but it seems I was mistaken. At the moment we have only 6 but they are so cute!
 

Faith Bennett

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guppy fry, birth to 2 weeks (it’s getting so big *sniffle*)
 

PonzLL

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These are my first in all my years of on and off fishkeeping! I have 5 dalmation mollies in my 40 gallon, and 4 are females. Apparently one had babies I assume a few days ago, and I was able to find 3 yesterday. I put them in this basket I had and am feeding 1 crushed flake 2-3 times a day when I can. I have no idea if they'll survive or not since this is the first time for me!


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Faith Bennett

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1 week old guppy fry, 6 blondes 9 grey
 

Robiwan

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Rohan Teardrop bard fry
 

Katerpult

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Here are some pictures of my croaking gouramI fry. I used to breed cichlids and I was expecting the gouramI fry to be tiny, but this is just insane. The start out at around 2mm. They were born two days ago and are now a much more manageable size of 5mm. I still see a lot of them and had to pretty much evacuate everyone I could from the aquarium because dad was being a butr to everyone else He is a great dad though and still picks up his young and outs them on the leaves of plants he deems more safe, which is really cute. He also goes through great lengths to herd the cories, who could not realistically be evacuated and keep them away from his babies. I also attached some pictures of daddy herding the cattle (I have treated his mouth rot and it's almost gone) and the proud parents (mom is evacuated and currently terrorizing my shrimp colony
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Michellecost

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I finally got about 30 fry out! Yay me
 

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