PineSong Posted April 21, 2022 Share Posted April 21, 2022 I bet everyone is ready to be done hearing about my fry-sorting issues with this sadly colorless group of fry. Sorry, and thanks in advance. I am attempting to sort these colorless, gonopodium-less 4 and 6 month old guppy fry. (pic below) I really want to be done with this process. I know how to spot developing gonopodiums and not one of these crew have that--the ones who did have already been moved. At the same time, there has not been a single week where somebody has not developed one--I did remove one today. I recalled this video by D. Grey, in which he says the gravid spot can be fry eyes, developing eggs, or 'just poop'. My question is this: if I can see ANYTHING black back there, does that mean the guppy is female? As in, if it was a male guppy, the poop would not be visible because that part of the body would not be transparent? I have some of these guys who just have a little fleck and I'm wondering if the fact that I can see the fleck at all is because of the gravid spot or if even male fry might have that fleck? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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