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The Guppy is a small, colourful species of fish found in tropical freshwater environments.
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The small but active guppy requires little to be happy. A 5 gallon tank is large enough to keep a trio of guppies. Generally, the sexes are mixed, however, so the aquarist should plan for frequent breeding with a potential for lots of resulting offspring. A 10 to 20 gallon tank may soon be needed. Females should out-populate males slightly to reduce competitive squabbles between males.These fish will appreciate an aquarium with fine gravel that is heavily planted, along with some floating ferns. This type of vegetation will provide a bit of food for them as well as hiding places for the fry until they are large enough to not be eaten. Any lighting, dim to bright, is fine, but excessive light from above will tend to wash out their coloration.Most Guppies are very tolerant of a wide variety of tank conditions, though the highly inbred specialized species can be delicate and require more attention. Although they are very tolerant of water conditions, good filtration is helpful in maintaining stable water. Filtration systems remove much of the detritus, excess foods, and waste. This, in turn, helps to keep the tank clean and maintain the general health of the fish.
Guppy is a small blue and pink fish with blue eyes, green eyelids, and silver scales.
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Lastly, you can buy a breeder net. A breeder net is a little square or rectangular frame with netting around the outside. You can put your mamma guppy inside it, but there is no separate compartment for the guppy babies to drop down into, so you need to take the mom out within a few hours of her giving birth to all her fry or she might eat them (See Are Guppy Fish Cannibals?). You can put a breeder net in the same tank with adult guppy fish because the netting is too small for them to get in or out. You also do not need to aerate a breeder net because the tank water can flow through the netting. The guppy can be found in the small tank in the bottom-left of the aquarium, with other tiny fish in .
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Photo provided by FlickrSep 3, 2014 - Guppy (Poecillia raticulata) is one of the smallest fishes you may know
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I have a 20 gallon aquarium full of guppies. I don’t know how to clean the tank though. My fish are really happy and love their tank setup. I need to clean the tank soon so it doesn’t get too dirty for them to have good water to breath in can somebody walk me through cleaning an aquarium with small guppy fish? Thanks for helping.But to answer the initial question of how big or how large in size Guppy fish grow to is 1 to 2 inches. The males are a little bit smaller than the females and they only get to about 1 1/2 inches long while the females are A bit larger and grow to around 2 inches. Just like the title states, I need to know how large guppy fish grow to? I have a 20 gallon aquarium and am wanting to add more guppies. But if they grow fairly large.. then I can’t have that many inside one tank. Do they stay pretty small? What is their full growth size? Need some help from guppy keepers.The Guppy is one of the most popular aquarium fish due to it’s easy living habitat and cosmetic beauty. Guppies give off small bio-load and waste levels so they make for a tremendous pet fish. Not two Guppies have the same coloration or design. The wide variety of hybrid breeds make these fish super popular.Due to the nature of the Guppy and their reproduction (being a live bearer) hobbyists often find themselves getting breeding communities, mostly just for personal pleasure than financial gain, and do for this reason I'll have to split this into 2 sections one for the fish keeper just wanting to look at the fish and keep them in an aquarium and also a small section for those wanting to breed and what are good options to go with them.Cerberus is still alive, several months later. He is a bit smaller than the other guppy fish from the same batch (not much), but he is growing and seems just as happy as all the other guppies. So now you know! I will post that video as soon as I can get my darn computer running again!