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The Rocky Mountain Guppy Associates website features a series of pictures depicting more than 20 various color combinations common to the fancy guppy species to which fan-tailed guppies belong. When they are a solid color, the bodies of fan-tailed guppies sport various hues of red, green, purple, blue and yellow. Golden or blond colors as well as white and metallic combinations are regularly seen on fan-tailed guppies. A pattern known as sunrise features various shades of orange ranging from dark to light from the front of the fish to the back of its body.
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A Blue Metal Head type guppy. This guppy carries the Y-link traits for the Gun Metal head and snakeskin. This fish would be entered in the Blue Green Bicolor class Beautiful specimen of Moscow Powder Blue Guppy Fish (poecilia reticulata)
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A blue with half colored blue body. The half color trait is a recessive trait in this fish. The flash brought out the green highlights stronger but looks blue in room lighting. This fish would be entered in the Blue class. This kind of half colored guppy often results from breeding normal blues to females from Blue Moscow strainsThe Blue Delta Guppy requires a tank with at least 20 gallons of water, and is very tolerant of changing tank conditions. Plants should be hardy varieties such as Java Fern and Java Moss that can handle the increased hardness in the tank. Other peaceful fish would make good tank mates.A Green Metal Head type guppy. This guppy carries the Y-link traits for the Gun Metal head and snakeskin. This fish would be entered in the Blue Green Bicolor class.To be considered a BiColor guppy, the fish must have a distinct base color and a distinct secondary color that is at least 25% of the tail color. If a third color that is over 15% is present, the guppy is considered a multi colored guppy. Also, the dorsal fin in a BiColor guppy should have the same color and pattern in the tail of the fish. The AOC Bicolor class covers all BiColor types that do not fit in Blue, Green, or Red BiColor classes.The neon blue guppy, a variation of Poecilia reticulata, is native to Asia, Central America and Brazil. Because of its extravagant coloring and docile temperament, this guppy has become a favorite for aquarium enthusiasts around the world. As a hardy, quick-maturing fish, it's often a top choice for beginners.A Blue Green BiColor guppy must have a base color of blue/green/ blue green with a secondary color that is at least 25% of the color of the fish’s tail. Both of the colors in a BiColor guppy must be distinct, and no other color that is more than 15% should be present or the fish is considered a multi colored guppy. Below are some typical examples of Blue Green BiColor Guppies.