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The most popular fish next to the Guppy is most certainly the Swordtail!
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I raise a combination of clear (almost white) albino swords crossed with lyertail reds (Lyertail Red females X Albino clear males). As the process is slow, can you tell me more of the blue swordtails Josh / or anyone else. I need more variances to deal with. The blue intrigues me.
I have 22 fishes; 2 red caps, 2 platinum sailfins, 4 black mollies, 3 swordfishes, 2 guppies, 2 zebra loaches, 1 tiger fish, 2 spotted mollies, and 2 pencilfishes.
My brother has a 36 swordtail. He placed him in a fish pond. His sword tail has different colors. The color of it is orange, yellow, black, brown, gray, and red. It is 5 inches long.
Kurt van Wyk
My brother has just got 3 red sword tails. They are friendly with the other fish but do sometimes fin-nip the red dwarf gouramis.
Swordtails stay pregnant for 6 weeks. Did u know that there r blue swordtails now.
I have a one-year old female swordtail (without a male) and believe it or not she had young ones!! I am wondering how this can happen, or it swordtails breed with other different species of fish who would be the father.
I am wondering how long it takes for a pregnant swordtail fish to give birth.
I am wondering if female swordtails lay on the bottom before giving birth.
I started with 2 swordfish, they are green with a red line down the side. The male has a beautiful long light green tail with a black edge all around. They have mated many times. The male doing that dance he does going forward then backing up to the female. They have had fry about 4 times since I've had them. Almost all have lived and I leave the babies within the tank with all the other fish and they have all made it by hiding in the plants and rocks. Also, some of the bigger fish have gotten use to seeing the fry around. I feed all of them 2 times a day. So just let them be and they will take over the tank in no time. I keep the water temperature at about 80 degrees. The only thing is it seems like all the fry are females, some are 1 inch long and I don't see any swords yet. I guess I'm stuck with 100 females and a male. Lucky fish.
I can't wait, my marigold swordtail is pregnant. Just waiting for the fry to be born!