like the ones on this
Here's a picture
one of our beautiful young male Red Variegated Guppies. Click
for more about buying fish from us. Click
here for more about buying Guppies.
Click on the images above.
The picture, shown
above,was taken in our
facility. We have many beautiful color varieties of Guppies. If you order some of these Guppies be
sure to send a brief description of which color or colors you prefer. We can usually send the matching female if you prefer.
Or you could just say, "Use your judgment to pick me out a very nice group of Guppies with three males and five females." Whatever you request, we'll try send
you what you want.
This video shows a group of
male Fancy Guppies. There are Metallic Blue Males, Gold Cobra Males, and several other color
varieties of male Guppies.
Here are more Fancy Male Guppies like the ones we have for sale.
here for more about
buying male and female Guppies from us.
Scientific Name: Poecilia reticulata
Comments You can order any number of males and any number of females. Males are available in Red, Blue, Gold, Green, Black, etc.
Most Guppy females are gray or tan. Just phone us, or fax us, or send us an email and describe the Guppies you'd like to get from us. Say something like, "I want to get one red cobra male
and two females, plus a metallic blue male and two female." Whatever you order, we'll do our best to match the fish we ship to you with the description that you give us. These are very strong Fancy Guppies. Much better than many of the Fancy Guppies that are sold at much higher prices.
Appropriate Home Guppies will live best
in an Aquarium with an
Power Filter with a BIO-Wheel, 1/4 inch or less of
gravel, and an
Heater adjusted to between 78 and 82 degrees F. Click
here for more about warm water aquariums. Like most livebearers Guppies will do better with 1 Tablespoon of
Aquarium Salt per 5
gallons of water in their aquarium.
Recommended Diet Floating
flake food and freeze dried
blood worms. Both of these foods are available in most stores
that sell pet fish. Guppies will do better, if fed a little bit of frozen brine shrimp and a few live Black Worms. Click
for more about Black Worms. Click
here for more about feeding fish.
The advertisement, shown below, links to
this advertiser's web site.
Quite often large Mollies will attack Guppies. Even though both Mollies and Guppies are often sold as "Community Fish", usually large
Mollies and Guppies are not compatible tank mates.
Swordtails and Platies are also not good tank mates for Guppies.
Guppies do better with smaller tank mates like the ones listed above.
here to read more about several other groups of compatible fish.
Guppy Picture Gallery
are a male
Red Eye Red
Guppy and a male Blue
Guppy. In our aquariums
we have many, many color
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Size and Lifespan
Guppies have a lifespan of 2 to 3 years. Males can grow to about 2" including their long tails. Females can grow to be 2.5"
long. Sometimes Guppies will live longer and grow bigger.
here to go to another page in in this web site with information about breeding Guppies and
several comments sent to us from folks, who visited this site and are interested in Guppies.
Books about Guppies
The books shown below are listed on Amazon.com. You can click on the title or on the image of a book to go to the page at Amazon.com, where
that book is listed and discussed. In some cases you can preview several of the pages in that book.