Probably the world's best-known aquarium fish. The guppy is both a hardy beginner species and an object of breeders seeking to develop the latest color patterns. Females of this species are larger and less colorful Having a pair almost guarantees fry (babies). While the color of the males is generally the desirable reason for raising the guppy, it is helpful to keep the ratio of males to females a little more even.
BLUE DELTA GUPPY
This guppy boasts a gradient blue tail and dorsal fin with a rich dark blue body
Blue Variegated Delta Guppy
The male of this breed is adorned with bright orange-red tail fins that have blue patches throughout its tail. Gradient blue runs up the side of this fish with some orange blotches throughout the body.
green cobra guppy
This Guppy matures quickly making 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.
red tuxedo guppy
The male of this breed is adorned with bright orange-red dorsal tail fins and a darker black body.
red blonde guppy
These guppy have a rich orange-red tail and dorsal fin accompanied with a white head and belly. A nice color addition to any aquarium, the red blonde is a beautiful fish.
tequila sunrise guppy
This Guppy boasts a bright orange-yellow tail and a rich orange-red dorsal fin. The pale body shows off the tail exceptionally well.
Yellow Micariffe Guppy
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