|faq | etiquette | register | my account | search | mailbox|
|Posted 22-Feb-2009 14:17|
I don't think I've ever heard of a brood that big.
Looks like you will be looking for some new homes shortly.
-->>> The Confidence of Amateurs, is the Envy of Professionals <<<--
|Posted 22-Feb-2009 19:45|
*Ultimate Fish Guru*
Thats fish keeping somewhere in the breeding background there could easily be a mix of colours.
What are you going to do when they get bigger? I would pick the best colours M & F and see what happens.
I would not try to inbreed them as this could cause defect problems down the line and that is the last thing you want to happen
Have a look in [link=My Profile] http://www.fishprofiles.com/forums/member.aspx?id=1935[/link] for my tank info
Look here for my
Betta 11Gal Desktop & Placidity 5ft Community Tank Photos
Near enough is not good enough, therefore good enough is not near enough, and only your best will do.
I VOTE DO YOU if not WHY NOT?
VOTE NOW VOTE NOW
|Posted 23-Feb-2009 05:17|
The views expressed on this page are the implied opinions of their respective authors.
Under no circumstances do the comments on this page represent the opinions of the staff of FishProfiles.com.
FishProfiles.com Forums, version 11.0