SteveUK said:Try and catch them and pop them into a breeding net
They should be small enough to "suck" them up with a length of air line one at a time to move them It's worked for me in the past, though my last lot of babies were too clever for that trick
LondonDragon said:Congrats, I have both of those species in my tank for ages and none ever bred! Could it be something else?
I did send some moss to tk187 the other day and he ended up with 7 guppy fry in his tank LOL
SteveUK said:Things like Liquifry No 1 and JBL Nova Baby:
http://www.aquaessentials.co.uk/index.p ... ath=83_269
I have the Nova Baby set which comes with 3 tiny tubs. Number 1, 2 and 3. 1 being a fine powder, 2 being a tiny flake and 3 being a slightly larger flake (still small!)
They still have their yolk sacks and will feed off that for the next day or so I think. When that's gone they'll need some fry food. Also, maybe try getting some sort of baby brine shrimp hatchery? Might be a little overkill for 3 fry though