People also ask
How big of a tank do I need to breed?
A single tank will give you every opportunity to breed some new stock for yourself or to give as presents to friends. Either a ten- or twenty-gallon tank is a good size for a spawning setup unless you are handling very large fish.
How do I control the temperature in my breeding tank?
The breeding tank should have a means for controlling temperature individually, a heater and digital thermometer is recommended, as it will sometimes be necessary to raise or lower the temperature to produce the required results. Again see individual breeding instructions for specific breeding instructions on different species.
What do you need for a spawning tank?
Some need sand to bury their eggs; others need plants or plant substitutes like bundles of green yarn as places to attach eggs. This article takes a look at spawning tanks.
What do fish need to breed?
Fish like guppies, mollies and swordtails will get on with the business of breeding without much help. Egg-laying species tend to be more difficult. Some need sand to bury their eggs; others need plants or plant substitutes like bundles of green yarn as places to attach eggs.