How many of you have bred your fish or have plans to do so?
Add bushy plants for fry to shelter, but chances are most eggs and fry will be eaten. In the parent tank you will be very lucky to get even a couple survivingNo, but I need help my tiger barbs are breeding and I don't know what to do they are doing mating dances and I did some research they lay up to 200 eggs, so I'm in a pickle and the only spare tanks I have is a 29 gallon and a 10 gallon also a 1 gallon quarantine
My Cichlids breed, all my fish have bred. But the only time I/we (my brother and I) bred fish on purpose was when I was a kid and we lived in San Diego. We had multiple tanks. He was in a school for gifted students and was always doing experiments with fish. So we needed lots of live bearers. He also bred tetras (several kinds) and discus.How many of you have bred your fish or have plans to do so?
I didn't plan on breeding but currently have around 40 two week old ram fry I've hatched and raised away from the community and their parents out of necessity - so far all good. My smaller male and female bn plecs had a few offspring but they were eaten by female bettas before I realised they were there. My pair of common clown fish in the reef tank are also getting ready to lay - unexpectedly busy here!How many of you have bred your fish or have plans to do so?