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Guppy red & White Koi Kohaku PAIR

Product Description

Colours may vary from picture.

The Pink-Tail Guppy is a beautiful fish, and will add great color to any tank.

The Guppy is a beloved fish in the hobby. With so many different variations of color, one can make a stunning display with these fish. They are elegant swimmers, with great personality. Their colors really pop against a 3D background, or in a well planted tank.

Female to Male Guppy Ratio

Now that you know how many guppies you can put into your aquarium, you need to choose the male to female ration.

This is very important, because male guppies chase female guppies all the time to reproduce. Female guppies can be exhausted in this process. So it is wise to choose a 1 to 3 ratio, one male to three females. This will give the females enough time to rest and recover.

You can also setup a males-only or females-only guppy tank. This way you will avoid all the harassment of the females and overpopulation of your aquarium. Guppies that are not reproducing can live a longer life.

Water Parameters for Guppy Fish

As mentioned before, guppies are very hardy and they can accept a wide range of water parameters. However, to keep them healthy the ideal would be to keep them in the following conditions:

  • Water temperature: 72-82 °F (22-28 °C )
  • Water pH: 6.8-7.8
  • Water hardness (dGH): 8-12
  • 0 ppm ammonia, 0 ppm nitrites, maximum 10 ppm nitrates

Guppies prefer harder water. Usually the water hardness increases with the pH level. In most areas the tap water has a pH of 7.6, which is perfect for keeping guppies.

Guppies accept a high variety of food. You can give them vegie flakes, spirulina tabs, frozen food, live food, even raw vegetables. When you are feeding your guppies, make sure you offer them a variety of food in order to keep them healthy and colorful.

Feeding them once a day is enough. You can also feed them multiple times, but avoid giving them too much food.

The most important thing when feeding your guppies is to not overfeed them. Offer them only the amount of food they can eat in about one minute.

Overfeeding is the most common problem of fish death. Feeding your fish too much food, will result into ammonia spike, which is highly toxic for your fish.

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