Guppy fry all females?
I have raised guppies since I started with aquariums when I was 8. Many times I would wake up to find that I had a new batch of babies, and I eventually learned that I could intentionally breed them.
However, my latest guppy fry are a bit odd. There are two batches of them, spaced out about 2 weeks apart, and both were delivered by the same female. The odd thing is that every single one of these lil guys grew up to be female.
I'm wondering if that is just a coincidence, or are there factors that play in to this? My aquarium is in a relatively cold room, but I keep the temperature in low 80s high 70s (I am unable to get the temperature any higher because of the size of the heater and the chilly room). With alligators and the like temperature plays a part in gender determination, but does this hold true with livebearing fish?
Sorry, no water parameters as of yet, been super busy with college finals.