Haha, wow. That's awesome! What do you have there? I've got some fry of my own, in a community tank and it's a mixed bag after only having the tank a few short months. Here's one that a member here has ostensibly identified as an offspring from my pair of Gold Sailfin Mollies. I'm pretty excited to see this guy grow up and am hoping for some males with the Sailfin.Letgo said:
armadillo said:HI fishy moms and dads. Am in the mood for something cute so come on, let's see your fry pictures!
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I love Platy fryGhelfaire said:2 week old platy. Looks like it's going to be an orange dalmatian like its mom
Thanks. Yours are cute too! I have 15 juveniles from my 5 females. Unfortunately a lot of them are males.LisaYP said:I love Platy fry
My Marigold Platy, Mavis has 3 surviving 4 and a half month fry now (2 are in the photo with her). They are in the community tank, I didn't separate them or mum from the others, I just made them a 'nursery' in one corner of the tank where I could monitor them. Never had fry before so I'm really proud they survived. I just hope they aren't male.....
Good luck with your fry
I don't know why it cut the last bit of my sentence but you must be a mind reader lol. Well in that case all my 3 are female unless one is a male who ends up developing his gonopodium later ...... as I've been readingGhelfaire said:You can tell at 3-4months. I have 2 females for sure and 4 males for sure. The rest are too young to tell.
Yeah some males are late bloomers.LisaYP said:I don't know why it cut the last bit of my sentence but you must be a mind reader lol. Well in that case all my 3 are female unless one is a male who ends up developing his gonopodium later ...... as I've been reading