Purple Moscow Guppies breeding.

Wyoming_Bound

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I have over 70 fry now.
 

Mike19

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wow, that's awesome, post some pics of these guppies they sound nice
 

Nick G

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I've got about 30 myself, with another female in the trap ready to drop! Why do you breed them?
 
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Wyoming_Bound

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To prefect the line and there not sold in stores.
 

bettafish2816

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that's great! i'd love to see pictures too!
 

everhart1988

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Hey jugglo are you selling? I would like to see about getting some if you are!
 
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Wyoming_Bound

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I have lots of 2 month old males but no females.

everhart1988 said:
Hey jugglo are you selling? I would like to see about getting some if you are!
 

sirdarksol

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Would you be willing to post the water parameters (as detailed as you're willing)? I'm having a heck of a time getting mine to drop their fry.
 
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Wyoming_Bound

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sirdarksol said:
Would you be willing to post the water parameters (as detailed as you're willing)? I'm having a heck of a time getting mine to drop their fry.
Ammonia 0 nitrite 0 nitrate 20 Ph 7.6-7.8

They have peice of driftwood coved in java moss, oak leaf water sprite planted and floating. As for foods I use Guppy flake, earthworm, Decapsuated brine shirmp egg, Blood worms, Alge wafers From kensfish.com, and Blackgold, pro gro fry, pro gro(not as fine a fry) from UncleRick on aquabid. For live food mirco worms. I feed 2x a day both differnt foods. I get fry every month. When did you female last dorp?
 

sirdarksol

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That's the thing, as far as I know, they haven't. Some of them were in an aquarium that had a couple of fish that would likely have eaten fry, so it's quite possible that they went through some pregnancies. They are all now in a separate tank, and I have not seen a single fry. There is Java moss for hiding, no ammonia or nitrites, nitrates are less than 20. They're not getting as varied a diet as yours, but many people get fry with Tetra flakes, and my guppies' diet is a far cry better than Tetra. The filter has a sponge over it, so the fry shouldn't be getting sucked into the filter, either.
 

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