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Posted: Jan 18 2011, 07:34 PM
Group: Full Members
Member No.: 5,712
Joined: 14-January 11
OH I am putting a stop to the breeding....way to many fish!!!! If he keeps at it then I can forget about having my tetra/molly tank with the new tank. We will need it as an overflow.
Full time wife, mother, employment, and college student. Current owner of 4 dogs, 3 cats, and two freshwater tanks with several Danio and Glofish of different breeds (some crossbred), Snails, African Dwarf Frogs, and Albino Cory Catfish.
Posted: Jan 19 2011, 03:50 PM
Member No.: 1
Joined: 1-September 03
If you don't want more baby danios, just leave the eggs and fry in the tank with the parents. They will eat almost all of them (and maybe even all of them). When I drain the tanks, I do it in to the bathtub. I put eggs and fry back in the tank. I can't be the one to kill them. A few survive but, when I had danios, they were much more apt to eat their babies.
Robyn, Former Analytical Chemist, Zone 6/7, Maryland
Servant to 4 cats, 2 rabbits, 3 guinea pigs, 3 chickens, 1 redbellied turtle, 3 freshwater aquariums (65, 50, & 20 gallons), 2 saltwater aquariums (6 and 12 gallon nano cube reefs), 7 outdoor ponds (1800, 153, 50, 30, 20, 20, & 12 gallons), 1 indoor pond (50 gallons, winter only), crickets, mealworms, six-spotted roaches, and hundreds of fish (of about 18+ species), amphibians, snails, shrimp, corals, crabs, worms, and so on in those aquariums and ponds. A mostly full list of my current animals is at http://www.fishpondinfo.com/animals/animallist.htm
Posted: Jan 20 2011, 05:59 PM
Group: Senior Members
Member No.: 5,290
Joined: 24-May 09
Don't know what the parents look like, but that sure is a pretty colorful fish. Very nice.
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