The aim of the CDAS Inc. Breeders' Awards Program is to encourage the responsible breeding of aquarium fishes and to recognise outstanding achievement among members in this regard, and to share knowledge and experience in fish breeding techniques, thereby enabling more members to participate in a wide range of the Society's activities.
Researchers from Aarhus University and AquaSearch farm ApS will now develop a breeding tool that makes it possible to select the best fish for breeding, while maintaining the high level of veterinary safety.
The guppy can often be quite a difficult fish to breed because this species of tropical fish is a live bearer which means that the fry are swimming as soon as they are hatched. The mother guppy can have up to 60 fry during each hatching but they are all in mortal danger.
The guppy can often be quite a difficult fish to breed and this tropical fish is also a live bearer, this means that the fry are swimming as soon as they are hatched and the mother guppy can have up to 60 fry during each hatching. If you keep other tropical fish in the tank with your guppies then the newly hatched fry can be quickly eaten by them and therefore you will need to quarantine them. Remember though, that even the guppy adults will eat the guppy fry and this is the reason they can be a difficult fish to breed.