Sorry for starting another thread,
Just wanted to make maximise the chance that someone who may have my answer may not reread an old thread.
I had a look this morning an although I did not count the fry in my lf tank It would be safe to say there is over a hundred.
Because the parents are relatively young and smallish... I am assuming that the male must have serviced both females in that batch. Hence the alb, calico and commons in one batch of fry.
However, upon closer inspection I cannot see any evidence of longfins, Is it possible with two lf parents not to get any lf fry ?
Do the fins grow long later ???