Glo-fish Breeding

keithp

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Ok well guess they can breed then. If you read the article it said they were supposedly not be able to breed, so you can see why it was hard to believe at first.

Crossing color varieties gives you blues & purples.

Anyone have a pic of a Purple glo-fish?
 

swordtailsrock

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Okay i know i just saw my male and female glo-fish spawn..

From what i've heard that is impossible, glo-fish are all infertile to prevent an ecological disaster incase of any accidental escapees. I've seen 3 shows on how they are made an all say the same thing they cant breed. Regular zebra danios (aka non-dyed glo fish) can breed though.

Get your facts straight, imagine how much cash it would take to add a jellyfish gene to every baby zebra danio embryo. They breed, eat, and act like regular zebras just brightly colored.GLO-FISH are fertile. Also, they are not dyed, don't say things if you don't know what you're talking about, dude

-Aleks
 

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