Ooops, sorry they are guppy fry. They yellowish gold ones are really cool looking. I wonder if they'll be albinos or something lol! I actually have no idea who the fathers are so it'll be exciting as I have two male lyre tails as possibilities. Kristina, my plants in the photo from left to right: Lily (from a package of wal mart bulbs, very nice plant), bunch of floating hornwort (that I HATE, I only put it in when I have fry because they can eat it), ludwigia repens- that's the one in the middle with the red undersides on the leaves. I also have an amazon sword in the back that is quite small, and a banana plant and anubias nana attached to some driftwood. If your looking for plants, try www.aquaticplantdepot.com they're plants are really really cheap. And the ones I get from them are always in really good condition and I always get them within three days from the time of my order. Here's pic of an amazon sword, banana plant, and lily in my ten gallon tank. I also thought it would be fun to show off my parents since they were showing off A LOT of mating behavior today (spring is in the air I guess lol!) Here's my red male that fathered my oldest batch of fry chasing my yellow female along with my other reddish male: Reddish male being VERY interested in yellow female: Pic of two males and two females: Bluish lyre tail doing his shimmy in front of my purple female and yellow and blue female: The popular purple female (the hot chick ) getting attention from both lyre tails: Poor yellow female getting all the attention: And a pic of my first batch of fry who are now teenagers. As typical teenagers they have started displaying mating behavior only the poor girls (their sister, scandelous!) are NOT interested yet. The blue blurred one in front is the romeo of the group so far. He loves the ladies! And finally...my killies! Just to spice things up! Well, I hope you guys found this post moderately entertaining. The tank my adults are in is in a sad state right now as I'm trying to decide how I want to redecorate so please disregard the floating plants, exposed heater and water spots on the glass. Thanks for looking and if anyone else would like to show off some of their fishy pics I'd love to seem them!