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scholar

[*] posted on 30-3-2015 at 01:15
No, I do not. But I do have patches of fry grass, in which the little ones can hide. And I do not have any aggressive fish (no angel fish, no chiclids, not even male swordtails)
waffler

[*] posted on 29-3-2015 at 09:28
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Originally posted by scholar
Sadly, most of our fish died when the aquarium was moved from one house to another.

I bought two female guppies, one male guppy, and two ghost shrimp.

Ruby is delighted! She likes the tiny paddling motions the shrimp make. And, one of the females gave birth to 8 babies within a few days. So far, all have lived.


Do you keep your pregnant fish segregated , so as to stop the fry from being eaten by the larger fish :)
scholar

[*] posted on 29-3-2015 at 02:27
Sadly, most of our fish died when the aquarium was moved from one house to another.

I bought two female guppies, one male guppy, and two ghost shrimp.

Ruby is delighted! She likes the tiny paddling motions the shrimp make. And, one of the females gave birth to 8 babies within a few days. So far, all have lived.