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What Type Of Livebearers Do You Keep,

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I say a month to 3 weeks but crush it up
it can be crushed up and fed within a few days of fish being born or mix into a paste with water
crumble some flake food mix into water then can be fed to fry after 24-hours of being born
 
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Sailfin Mollies, Swordtails, and Guppies.
All have just produced my first batch of fry.
Setting up multiple tanks now for grow out.
 
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that's how I started off with a few types Livebearers and now I can't stop breeding them lol
 
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nice looking fish very similar to mine i wonder if they're the same strain
 

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Enough with the guppies,Hundreds of livebearers to choose from find something interesting and challenging
I think there is somethings to consider here, besides the vast array of "other" livebearers... so, follow me, if you will.
Yes, everyone knows what guppies are, they are something that reminds us of childhood and the like. Yes, common and well, popular,
There is a reason, besides simply the availability - but the simple beauty, the great variety, the range of finnage and colors, shape and size. They are fun! No, I do not raise guppies, but feel there is plenty of room in the hobby, and there is certainly space on the internet, to appreciate the good things and not dwell on the negative! Warning! Guppies have puppies! LOL
 
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