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If she was the first fry it could have been from the young fish, weird water parameters, a parasite, light issues, or it could just be a random genetic mutation that there's no way you could have prevented. Either way it's happened and unless it happens more going forward I wouldn't worry. I breed guppies and I've NEVER seen something like this so it's again probably genetic and probably super rare.Jessica J said:We will definitely keep her until she is gone. I'm glad it doesn't seem to bother her. She eats and swims fine. That one is our first guppy fry and the biggest. She will be in my future posts
Will do love to watch vids and learn stuff i didnt know about fish.cody2posh said:Hey FYI I started a member journal here over my guppy breeding tank, if you want I have tons of pics and videos of fry doing fry stuff, I'll upload vids at least every other day so people can see what the growth rate is like, when certain colors will set in as they mature, what pregnant females look/behave like, etc
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