Hey everybody. Well my guppy finally dropped a decent load of fry. About 35-45 to be exact. Anyways, I managed to save 6 fry and put them in a breeder net. Theres still about 10 or so hiding in my anacharis and java moss but the adults will probably find them soon enough. If not, I can always give them away if they manage to survive. (I dislike the idea of little baby fish dying!) But oh well, thats nature right? Anyways, I wanted to ask you guys a question about housing the fry. I wanted to keep them in the breeder net until they got big enough but I didn't want them keep them in such a small space. The breeder net is only 6" x 6". I have a one gallon tank that I use to grow java moss but it is currently empty. I never needed a heater or light since java moss grew without heat and without much light. Anyways, I know guppies need heat and without it they won't grow as fast but it sounds like a fair tradeoff since I am giving them to my girlfriend soon enough who is currently cycling a 20 gallon. I just wanted to keep them in there until they were big enough not to be eaten since I want to keep a couple. I gave away my three harlequins so I now only have 3 adults in my 10 gallon. Darn it! I made this way too long. Sorry! Anyways I'll cut straight to the point. Can I keep them in a 1 gallon without a heater or light with 50% water changes with prime daily? I can also use my small undergravel filter that came with the one gallon. I have egg yolk and hikari first bites right now so feeding them will not be a problem. I would only have java moss and a small amount of gravel in there. If it is not possible, I will scrap some money together and buy a heater. College made me broke but I will do it to save my fish. If you read the whole thing, God bless you and thanks! Have a great day/night everybody!