The length of pregnancy in a fish varies greatly depending on the species of fish. The length of pregnancy, or gestation period, can vary from as little as three weeks to ten...
Method 1 of 3: Identifying Pregnancy and Live Birth ... and have a narrow, long
anal fin on their lower side next to the tail. ... separate tank so the adults or water
filter does not harm them.
As a result, mature females remain pregnant so long as they are healthy. ....
johnarthur : They usually stay pregnant, because live bearing female fish can ....
for the beginning breeder. skyprincess : How long does it take for a guppy to drop
Molly fish are easy to breed in a home aquarium and are often already pregnant
when purchased at a pet store. ... How Does a Pregnant Freshwater Fish Act?
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Nov 17, 2013 ... How to tell if a tropical fish is pregnant. Adams Fish Tank ... at my guppies and i
realised one of them is pregnant I'm so excited :D how long does it usually take
for a guppy to give birth? i mean how long do they stay pregnant?
May 24, 2007 ... I have an aquarium and would like to have baby fish. I think one of my fish is ...
How long does it take to see that your guppy is pregnant?
Female guppies can get pregnant as early as one month old in a warm tank,
although ... is best for gestation and will keep the female from being pregnant too
long. If she is stressed or feels there is danger, she may stay pregnant longer,
although ... female may eat her own fry, and guppy fry are a delicacy to many
However, one pregnant guppy can quickly provide you with more fish than you ...
Use a magnifying glass to determine if the fish has a gravid spot; if it does, ... not
like usual she has only a poo as long as 2-3 mm nd then a minute later again.
Instead, goldfish spawn, which is a process that begins with the males chasing
the females around in a madcap fashion, often causing mild injuries to the fish, ...
"OH WAIT, she is pregnant!" Haha. It's always an awesome feeling to know that
your fish are healthy enough to call that tank home and breed their children there