Ok. So I had a batch of 12 guppy babies. Their parents are now gone (off to a new home...haha I can't handle anymore babies!) and I am really worried about sexing the fry. I have no idead what a gravid spot is and where it would be. Or how to tell the difference. All my babies look the same! I really don't know what to do. I've had them for about a week now and I don't want them to start mating (even though they seem wayyyy too tiny for that!). Any help would be great. It would be good to get them on their merry ways to NOT becoming parents!
Thanks to all of you who can give some advice on this topic!
you can start sexing at about a month of age, sometimes sooner, But it continues from there. They all look like females at first. But when you start seperating them, you will think you have them all..and then another male will pop up with the females. As some males take longer to mature. So...in other words...it's kinda on going.