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Can I keep a tank with guppies of all one gender?
I don't want to deal with fry. Can I keep all-male guppies or all-female together? Not a mix?
5.5 - Xerxes. Divided 20L - Henrietta & many snails.
Swimming in the warm waters of betta heaven: Milo, Dragon, Jasper, Shiloh.
Yes you can, preferably males in a good sized tank with a good bit of hiding to keep aggression and stress down, same if you went with all girls. If you want no fry, you'll want to buy all males. Be sure you check their anal fins, some females can in fact be colorful like males, so don't make a mistake there or you will have fry anyways, and a very stressed mum.
Turning on the Aquarium lamp in the morning is MY cup of coffee.
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