Minanora Posted March 4, 2022 Share Posted March 4, 2022 (edited) I have a strain of guppies that had produced three fry with this strange tail fin mutation. They have normal tails, but then this extra length on random sections. This happened with one male in my Gen1 and on two females in my Gen2. At first I thought they got injured, but that's definitely not the case. Anyone else have this happen? The male developed color and sexually matured very early. His pectoral fins are shaped similar to bat wings and he has ribbons. He's beautiful, but should I call him a cull? And what about the females? They are still to young to show much color. Photos of the females. The second one only has the extra length on the very middle of the fan. It's hard to see on the second one. Edited March 4, 2022 by Minanora Switched photo of first female Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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