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Guppy Red and Black, Guppies - Tropical

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Guppy Red and Black

This entertaining fish is one of the most extensively bred and readily available fish of recent years. It makes a bright addition to the middle and top of the tank. Males (3cm) are clearly recognized by their brightly-coloured fan tail, whereas females are larger (6cm) and duller. Breeding is easy approximately at 4 week intervals; females give birth to live young. Bushy plants will provide cover for young fry and may allow a few to survive in a community tank. Females may already be pregnant when purchased. As females can store sperm, a female can give birth to several separate broods without a male. An undemanding fish, although due to captive breeding (all brightly coloured guppies are captive-bred), their hardiness is much reduced compared to wild guppies, and they have become more demanding of good water conditions.

Item properties

Name of fish: Guppy Red and Black
Product code: 0942
Price: £ TBC
Suitable habitat: Tropical
Fish type: Guppies
Suggested water hardness: Moderately hard
Average fish length attained in aquarium: 6cm
Latin name of fish: Poecillia Reticulata
Normal temprement: Community
Sold in units of: 1
Suggested water temp range: From 24 °C to 26 °C
Sugggested pH range: From 6.8 pH to 7.5 pH
Suggested aquarium size: 50 ltrs

Ordering this product
Shortly after the new year you will be able to buy our product through this site. Until then please call us on 01382 832 000, or use our contact form and we will get back to you for payment and delivery details.

Delivery and further notes
All fish have been quarantined prior to sale in our quarantine facilities.

All pictures of the fish were taken from our own tanks at random for photographic purposes and no fish were anaesthetized, sedated or harmed during this process.

The fish you purchase may not be the exact same size or colour as shown in the photographs this may be due to the age of fish. Standard aquarium T5 lighting was used.

Delivery for fish:
Scotland Mainland: £10.00
England Mainland: £15.00
Northern Ireland: £25.00

Offshore Island & Highlands delivery price on request.

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