what fish do you breed?

Discussion in 'Polls' started by kribensis keeper, Dec 3, 2009.


what fish do you breed?

  1. cichlids

  2. barbs

  3. liverbears

  4. other(please state)

Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. kribensis keeper

    kribensis keeper Valued Member Member

    over the time that i have kept fish i have bred cichlids and livebears what have you bred?
    Last edited: Dec 3, 2009
  2. iloveengl

    iloveengl Well Known Member Member

    Livebearers (gups and mollies) and *fingers crossed* I seem to be breeding honey gouramis. :)
  3. redlessi

    redlessi Well Known Member Member

    I have guppies, they breed themselves. Just add fish and babies will follow.

  4. Gouramiguy17

    Gouramiguy17 Well Known Member Member

    i have bred live bearers but i have a pair of kirbs, a pair of bn, a ton of rcs that has yet to breed, and i am hoping i can get some sparkling gouramis to breed
  5. k

    kloseo Well Known Member Member

    mollies, they are so easy to raise and great fun for my daughters... they also teach responsibility and love for animals
  6. platy ben

    platy ben Well Known Member Member

    I have bred:
    platys, mollies and guppys
    odessa barbs
    german blue rams, cockatoo cichlids and convict cichlids :)

    EDIT: Forgot to put, goldfish, koi, carp and golden orfe :)
    Last edited: Dec 15, 2009
  7. Martinismommy

    Martinismommy Fishlore VIP Member

    I breed halfmoon Betta Splendens and love every minute of it!
  8. CHoffman

    CHoffman Fishlore VIP Member

    I have breed...Blood Red Jewels, JD's , Angels (they eat their eggs) and L-144's.
  9. scatty

    scatty Valued Member Member

    Cory Cats.....but really they just breed themselves and I rescue eggs occasionally :)
  10. Chris123

    Chris123 Well Known Member Member

    I never bred anything intenuly but i guess you could say i bred cons guppies and swordtails
  11. Annadvn

    Annadvn Well Known Member Member

    I breed Jack Dempseys (regular and EBJD), Jaguar cichlids, Mbuna (various ones), Star Sapphire cichlids, Angel fish, Hm and CT bettas, BNs, L226's, guppies (as feeders), bosemani rainbows and probably other types of fish that i can't think of right now.

  12. Danionins.com

    Danionins.com Valued Member Member

    other(please state)...

    Perhaps you can guess from the name? :;laughing

  13. Toddnbecka

    Toddnbecka Valued Member Member

    Several species of livebearers, more than a dozen cichlids species, BN pleco's, and I now have the first wigglers from my L-10a red lizard whiptails.
    Working on Synodontis petricola, and have L-333's and L-304's growing out.
    I currently have endler's, brown and albino BN, and A. oblongum juvies
    Last edited by a moderator: Dec 19, 2009
  14. pepetj

    pepetj Well Known Member Member

    I answered Cichlids, livebearers and others.

    To clarify others: Rainbowfish (I have one sole survivor so far but got breeders tanks with juveniles M. lacustris, I. werneri, G. incisus, and adults M. boesemani; my M. splendida splendida are genetically "weak" so I keep them in a community tank).

    I have this obstinate project of breeding Rainbowfish that raise and adapt to live in usual fishkeeping conditions in my City. It's a long term project. I finally got a reputable source in Jakarta, Indonesia for mostly healthy specimens.

    I keep enough infusoria with small FW crustaceans in small tanks placed outdoors (the sunlight is the best for this) some have sponge filtration, others use substrate and plants for the nitrogen cycle.

    Santo Domingo
    Last edited: Dec 25, 2009

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