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Red Fire
Quick Stats
Minimum Tank Size: 20 gallons
Care Level: Easy
Tank Conditions: 64-82F; pH 5.5-8.0; KH 10-30
Max. Size In Aquarium: Up to 2"
Color Form: Gray, Red, Silver, Yellow
Temperament: Peaceful
Diet:  Omnivore
Compatibility: View Chart
Origin: Farm Raised, Singapore
Family: Poeciliidae

The Red Fire Guppy is also called the Millions Fish and sometimes, simply the Guppy. It is one of many color variations of Poecilia reticulata guppy. The hardiness of the Red Fire Guppy, as well as the fact that it matures quickly makes it an excellent fish for beginning hobbyists. The male Red Fire Guppy has a brilliant solid red color covering all of the fins and body except for a patch of silver on the belly.

The Red Fire 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.

The females in this pair are of an assorted variety; however, you can differentiate the males and females easily. The males are smaller in size, have brighter coloration, along with a bigger tail fin, and pointed anal fin. The females are larger in size with a duller coloration, have a rounded anal fin, as well as a pregnancy patch on the lower portion of the body. Ideally, the environment should have a covering of floating ferns and a breeding box to protect the fry. Adults may eat the fry if left to fend for themselves without the breeding box. The fry should be fed brine shrimp, micro food and pulverized flakes.

The Red Fire Guppy is an omnivore and requires both algae-based foods as well as meaty foods. An algae-based flake food, along with freeze-dried bloodworms, tubifex, and brine shrimp will provide guppies with the proper nutrition.

Green Cobra
Green Cobra Guppy
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Quick Stats
Minimum Tank Size: 20 gallons
Care Level: Easy
Tank Conditions: 64-82F; pH 5.5-8.0; KH 10-30
Max. Size In Aquarium: Up to 2"
Color Form: Bright Green, Gray, Yellow
Temperament: Peaceful
Diet:  Omnivore
Compatibility: View Chart
Origin: Farm Raised, Singapore
Family: Poeciliidae

The Green Cobra Guppy is also called the Millions Fish and sometimes, simply the Guppy. It is one of the color variations of Poecilia reticulata guppy. The hardiness of the Green Cobra Guppy, as well as the fact that it matures quickly makes it an excellent fish for beginning hobbyists. The Green Cobra male has a vibrant green body with a snakeskin pattern. The tail fin is patterned with yellow and black.

The Green Cobra 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.

The females in this pair are of an assorted variety; however, you can differentiate the males and females easily. The males are smaller in size, have brighter coloration, along with a bigger tail fin, and pointed anal fin. The females are larger in size with a duller coloration, have a rounded anal fin, as well as a pregnancy patch on the lower portion of the body. Ideally, the environment should have a covering of floating ferns and a breeding box to protect the fry. Adults may eat the fry if left to fend for themselves without the breeding box. The fry should be fed brine shrimp, micro food and pulverized flakes.

The Green Cobra Guppy is an omnivore and requires both algae-based foods as well as meaty foods. An algae-based flake food, along with freeze-dried bloodworms, tubifex, and brine shrimp will provide guppies with the proper nutrition.

Orange Sunshine
Orange Sunshine Guppy
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Quick Stats
Minimum Tank Size: 20 gallons
Care Level: Easy
Tank Conditions: 64-82F; pH 5.5-8.0; KH 10-30
Max. Size In Aquarium: Up to 2"
Color Form: Blue-Green, Orange
Temperament: Peaceful
Diet:  Omnivore
Compatibility: View Chart
Origin: Farm Raised, Singapore
Family: Poeciliidae

The Orange Sunshine Guppy is one of many color variations of Poecilia reticulata guppy. The hardiness of these fish as well as the fact that it matures quickly, makes it an excellent fish for beginning hobbyists. The male Orange Sunshine Guppy has a green to blue body with a brilliant orange delta tail.

The Orange Sunshine 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.

The females in this pair are of an assorted variety; however, you can differentiate the males and females easily. The males are smaller in size, have brighter coloration, along with a bigger tail fin, and pointed anal fin. The females are larger in size with a duller coloration, have a rounded anal fin, as well as a pregnancy patch on the lower portion of the body. Ideally, the environment should have a covering of floating ferns and a breeding box to protect the fry. Adults may eat the fry if left to fend for themselves without the breeding box. The fry should be fed brine shrimp, micro food and pulverized flakes.

The Orange Sunshine Guppy is an omnivore and requires both algae-based foods as well as meaty foods. An algae-based flake food, along with freeze-dried bloodworms, tubifex, and brine shrimp will provide guppies with the proper nutrition.

Lemon Cobra
Lemon Cobra Guppy
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Quick Stats
Minimum Tank Size: 20 gallons
Care Level: Easy
Tank Conditions: 64-82F; pH 5.5-8.0; KH 10-30
Max. Size In Aquarium: Up to 2"
Color Form: Blue-Green, Gray, Metallic Blue, Metallic Green, Yellow
Temperament: Peaceful
Diet:  Omnivore
Compatibility: View Chart
Origin: Captive-bred in Asia, Central America to Brazil
Family: Poeciliidae

The Lemon Cobra Guppy is also called the Millions Fish and sometimes, simply the Guppy. It is one of the color variations of Poecilia reticulata guppy. The hardiness of the Lemon Cobra Guppy, as well as the fact that it matures quickly makes it an excellent fish for beginning hobbyists. The Lemon Cobra male has a striking metallic blue-green body with a solid yellow tail fin and dorsal fin.

The Lemon Cobra 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.

The females in this pair are of an assorted variety; however, you can differentiate the males and females easily. The males are smaller in size, have brighter coloration, along with a bigger tail fin, and pointed anal fin. The females are larger in size with a duller coloration, have a rounded anal fin, as well as a pregnancy patch on the lower portion of the body. Ideally, the environment would have a covering of floating ferns and a breeding box to protect the fry. Adults may eat the fry if left to fend for themselves without the breeding box. The fry should be fed brine shrimp, micro food and pulverized flakes.

The Lemon Cobra Guppy is an omnivore and requires both algae-based foods as well as meaty foods. An algae-based flake food, along with freeze-dried bloodworms, tubifex, and brine shrimp will provide guppies with the proper nutrition.

Blue Neon Tux
Neon Blue Tux Guppy
Quick Stats
Minimum Tank Size: 20 gallons
Care Level: Easy
Tank Conditions: 64-82F; pH 5.5-8.0; KH 10-30
Max. Size In Aquarium: Up to 2"
Color Form: Blue, Iridescent, Mustard Yellow, Neon Blue, Pinkish Purple
Temperament: Peaceful
Diet:  Omnivore
Compatibility: View Chart
Origin: Captive-bred in Asia, Central America to Brazil
Family: Poeciliidae
 
The Neon Blue Tux Guppy is also called the Millions Fish and sometimes, simply the Guppy. It is one of many color variations of Poecilia reticulata guppy. The hardiness of the Neon Blue Tux Guppy, as well as the fact that it matures quickly makes it an excellent fish for beginning hobbyists. The Neon Blue Tux male has a striking neon blue tail fin and neon blue coloring running along the top of his body. His underside from the anal fin back to the tail fin is a dark blue that turns into a mixture of colors at the front of the body.

The Neon Blue Tux 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.

The females in this pair are of an assorted variety; however, you can differentiate the males and females easily. The males are smaller in size, have brighter coloration, along with a bigger tail fin, and pointed anal fin. The females are larger in size with a duller coloration, a rounded anal fin as well as a pregnancy patch on the lower portion of the body. Ideally, the environment should have a covering of floating ferns and a breeding box to protect the fry. Adults may eat the fry if left to fend for themselves without the breeding box. The fry should be fed brine shrimp, micro food, and pulverized flakes.

The Neon Blue Tux Guppy is an omnivore and requires both algae-based foods as well as meaty foods. An algae-based flake food, along with freeze-dried bloodworms, tubifex, and brine shrimp will provide guppies with the proper nutrition.

Silver Streak Flamingo
Silver Streak Flamingo Guppy
Quick Stats
Minimum Tank Size: 20 gallons
Care Level: Easy
Tank Conditions: 64-82F; pH 5.5-8.0; KH 10-30
Max. Size In Aquarium: Up to 2"
Color Form: Bright Yellow, Orange, Red, Yellow
Temperament: Peaceful
Diet:  Omnivore
Compatibility: View Chart
Origin: Farm Raised, Singapore
Family: Poeciliidae

The Silver Streak Flamingo Guppy is one of many color variations of Poecilia reticulata guppy. The hardiness of these fish as well as the fact that it matures quickly makes it an excellent fish for beginning hobbyists. The male Silver Streak Flamingo Guppy has a yellow body with orange to red markings and a bright yellow delta tail.

The Silver Streak Flamingo 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.

The females in this pair are of an assorted variety; however, you can differentiate the males and females easily. The males are smaller in size, have brighter coloration, along with a bigger tail fin, and pointed anal fin. The females are larger in size with a duller coloration, have a rounded anal fin, as well as a pregnancy patch on the lower portion of the body. Ideally, the environment should have a covering of floating ferns and a breeding box to protect the fry. Adults may eat the fry if left to fend for themselves without the breeding box. The fry should be fed brine shrimp, micro food and pulverized flakes.

The Silver Streak Flamingo Guppy is an omnivore and requires both algae-based foods as well as meaty foods. An algae-based flake food, along with freeze-dried bloodworms, tubifex, and brine shrimp will provide guppies with the proper nutrition.

Endler's Liverbearer
Endler's Livebearer
Quick Stats
Care Level: Easy
Tank Conditions: 64-82F; pH 5.5-8.0; KH 10-30
Max. Size In Aquarium: Up to 1"
Color Form: Black, Bright Green, Bright Red
Temperament: Peaceful
Diet:  Omnivore
Compatibility: View Chart
Origin: Tank Raised, USA
Family: Poeciliidae

The Endler's Livebearer is originally from the Northeastern part of Venezuela, South America. It is related to and resembles the common guppy, except for their brilliant coloration. These have not been commonplace in the hobby and are just starting to gain in popularity. Their bodies are adorned in reds, greens and black and they are very hardy like their guppy relatives. The Endler's Livebearer will make a great addition to any freshwater community aquarium.

The Endler's Livebearer requires an aquarium 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 aquarium. Other peaceful fish would make good tank mates.

The Endler's Livebearer is an omnivore and requires both algae-based foods as well as meaty foods. An algae-based flake food, along with freeze-dried bloodworms, tubifex, and brine shrimp will provide guppies with the proper nutrition.

Lyretail
Lyretail Guppy
Quick Stats
Minimum Tank Size: 20 gallons
Care Level: Easy
Tank Conditions: 64-82F; pH 5.5-8.0; KH 10-30
Max. Size In Aquarium: Up to 2"
Color Form: Green, Red, Silver, White, Yellow
Temperament: Peaceful
Diet:  Omnivore
Compatibility: View Chart
Origin: Farm Raised, Singapore
Family: Poeciliidae

The Lyretail Guppy is one of many color variations of Poecilia reticulata guppy. The hardiness of these fish as well as the fact that it matures quickly makes it an excellent fish for beginning hobbyists. The male Lyretail Guppy has a silver, green and red body with a yellow and white delta tail. The pattern of colors within the tail gives it a split, or lyretail appearance.

The Lyretail 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.

The females in this pair are of an assorted variety; however, you can differentiate the males and females easily. The males are smaller in size, have brighter coloration, along with a bigger tail fin, and pointed anal fin. The females are larger in size with a duller coloration, have a rounded anal fin, as well as a pregnancy patch on the lower portion of the body. Ideally, the environment should have a covering of floating ferns and a breeding box to protect the fry. Adults may eat the fry if left to fend for themselves without the breeding box. The fry should be fed brine shrimp, micro food and pulverized flakes.

The Lyretail Guppy is an omnivore and requires both algae-based foods as well as meaty foods. An algae-based flake food, along with freeze-dried bloodworms, tubifex, and brine shrimp will provide guppies with the proper nutrition.

Yellow Tux Guppy
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