platy fry?

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  1. 1.0reef

    1.0reef Giant Squid

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    I think my platy (Rusty) was a female and gave birth! my mom and I found him on the magnet cleaner!:)
     
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  3. rc_mcwaters3

    rc_mcwaters3 Clown Trigger

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    congrates can you see an fry yet?
     
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    1.0reef Giant Squid

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    we made a thing so he won't get killed by the betta! what do they eat(platy fry)
    ?:)
     
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    2in10 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    All fish will eat fry, including the parents with live bearers.
     
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    rc_mcwaters3 Clown Trigger

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    ummmm...... a long time ago I would just crush the flake food into a fine powder and just do a little bit at a time but heres this,

    Platies - Livebearing Tropical Fish


    also they make food at the LFS for them as well
     
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    rc_mcwaters3 Clown Trigger

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    wait what the fry eat of the big fish?
     
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  9. 1.0reef

    1.0reef Giant Squid

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    big fish eat fry. I made a container for the fry so he can feed and not get eaten in peace;D
     
  10. JJL

    JJL Purple Tang

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    Sounds cool.
    How big are they?
    And also.... :pics2:
     
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    1.0reef Giant Squid

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    1\8-1\4 of an inch. I have a pic but my dad isn't here to uplaod it:angry:
     
  12. Rpratt

    Rpratt Astrea Snail

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    Awesome. You still breeding them.