I have 6 male Barb's and 3 females and the dominant male keeps chasing the males and females. What should I do, they are old enough to breed however the females don't have eggs just yet and they look exhausted from being chased. Help?
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A male will have to fertilize the eggs. Checkout YouTube video's of breeding Rosy Barbs.View attachment 1401619View attachment 1401620jView attachment 1401621View attachment 1401619View attachment 1401620View attachment 1401621here are some pics of the Barb's I got from my lfs 2 days ago. I was scared of the females because they got relentlessly chased by the males and I think one of them is pregnant, she has a larger belly than yesterday and there is a reddish mark on her mouth.
What I wanted to know was could I just put the female in a bucket because I have no spare tanks and let her have eggs in there?