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  1. lazarusthefishboy10

    HELP!!! Is my Swordtail pregnant or does it have dropsy?

    Hello, everyone! I just recently got a male and two female Swordtail two days a go. Yesterday one of the females was fine! But when I woke up this morning it suddenly had a huge belly! I'm afraid it's dropsy, and i don't want the swordtail to die! HELP! And please tell if it is and how to cure it.
  2. M

    Pregnant Swordtail

    Okay so here's the deal, my swordtail gave birth to like 10 fry yesterday morning, I had put her in the breeder box around 4am and I had taken the top off of the box and she jumped out around 6am and was swimming around normally and didn't seem like she was gonna drop the fry anytime soon, but...
  3. W

    Questions Swordtails And Hi-Fin Lyretail Swordtails Fighting

     have the following fish in a 60 gallon planted tank: a male swordtails is isnt full red but close a male hi-fin lyretail swordtails red two female hi-fin lyretail swordtails red four female hi-fin lyretail swordtails pineapple two female hi-fin lyretail swordtails tox   my male swordtail keep...
  4. G

    Tank Size

    Hello, I'm new to this forum and i thought i should join because i recently got into keeping fish. I have always admired these pets and can be entertained for a long time just by watching these mysterious creatures. Anyways, I really want to try and breed swordtails, they are very easy fish to...
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    Check Out My 10 Gallon Aquarium

    Hello Everyone! i made this topic just to show everyone my 10 gallon fish tank. there is a video link at the bottom. please watch it and tell me what you think, how i can improve it, advice, tips, or just post pictures/videos of your own tank(s). my tank has guppies, mollies, and swordtails, and...
  6. B

    Cancer In Fish?

    I was reading that swordtail tropical fish have cancerous cells in any black pigment. They especially noted in the article I read... the ones from central America which have the black fins on top. these are live bearers, altough I am posting it here since your livebearer section seemed more...