Discussion in 'Fish and Aquarium - all types' started by Nameless, Nov 16, 2004.
I am just doing this out of curiosity!
Also, include your second and/or third choice.
i would say the convicts becuase i think the live-bearers need some salinity in the tank and plus, most cichlid parents care for their young meanwhile the livebearer parents will start eating the fry as soon as they are born.
I said cons to, IMO easiest thing to breed
Hehe, actually I'd have to say it's danios... everytime I gravel vac my community tank that they are in I end up having to rescue several dozen fry out of the dirty water bucket before I dump it. Those stupid things are prolific!!!
But as far as the choices in the poll, I'd go with Convicts. My friend was constantly trying to pawn off the babies her pair were regularly pumping out
I should have eliminated cons because it is the obvious answer. Since I am too lazy to make a new poll and confuse other ppl, revote but this time do not choose convict cichlids. Iight, thanks.
I was going to say cons to but I would have to go with guppies but these are the only fish I have ever bread i would also like to say that I looked in my convict tank yesterday and there are about two houndred eggs this is there second batch hopfully they will noy eat them this time
I would go with danios, even before guppies or cons or any of those. THey are constantly breeding in my tank and i hav their eggs all over the gravel.
Poll for easiest fish to breed
The emperor tetras in my 75g plant tank breed constantly. Practically every time I change the water. Even in a community tank with much bigger fish and I still get enough survivors that they have to be thinned out.
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