Just wondering, my fry seems anxious to get out
I have guppy babies and i have them in their own 20L tank. If you are going to release them into a tank with bigger fish i would not advise you to do that until they are big enough not to be eaten. Its best to have their own grow out tank if you can. If you leave them in a small nursery they wont grow much very fast either. Do you have a spare tank for them to be on their own while they grow out a bit?
Unfortunately no, im just asking because I've got a fry at about one and a half centimeters who is ramming into the side of the little box, will he be able to eat if I let him out with other guppies and swordtails
Oh that's a bugger you dont have a spare tank. Im not sure how to help now, maybe someone else might have a suggestion for you, sorry hun
Could you maybe section off your bigger tank? Then they have a bit more space to grow but no other fish could get to them?
How big do guppies need to be before they can be released from the nursery into Guppies become sexually mature within 3-4 months. So 1 month should be fine. I don't cage them as they wont eat each other.
They're sexually mature at 3 months, but far from fully grown.
You could also use a fake or real plant that will float on the top of the water surface, that is what I do because I don't get to them in time to have them in the breeder box. Sometimes they will make it and sometimes they don't, but they breed all the time so it's not a big deal to me. Sometimes if you have plenty of hiding spots in the tank they will survive.
Oops sorry, that's what I meant...
If you look real close you can see some baby guppies in the floating bush. More of my females are pregnant and are starting to go into the floating bush to have more!
Okay, thank you all very much!
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