PineSong Posted November 11, 2021 Share Posted November 11, 2021 I've had two batches of fry from a female guppy I got as part of a reverse trio a couple months ago. The first set of fry was either very small in number or heavily predated and all 5 of them that survived are healthy looking. This second batch had mom removed so they would not be eaten. There are probably around 20 fry and there are two with very curved spines--one curves up and the other one curves down. Not sure why this would happen, given that mom was well fed and her tank is in a sunny window for light. Also not sure if 2/20 is a 'normal' ratio or a high ratio of deformity and I should take precautions from breeding this female in future. Your experience/thoughts? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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