|fish keeper 2013 ||03-08-2013 08:57 PM |
Question about guppies
I was reading the fish profile for guppies and I noticed it say they do better in pairs or trios, so my question is: Will different types of guppies still act as one group? For example, if you have 3 red gold tuxedo guppies, 2 turquoise guppies, and 1 black moscow (or was it moscow black?) guppy, will they all count as a group of 6? Or will it be 3 individual groups?
Thanks in advance.:-D
|jaysee ||03-09-2013 09:44 AM |
Guppies are guppies :) Their colors don't matter to them.
|DragonFyre14 ||03-09-2013 11:57 AM |
Yeah color doesn't really matter to them. I have 1 lyretail, 1 cobra endler, 1 snakeskin, 2 black and blue, 1 sunrise-ish one among others and they are all getting along just fine. Color and pattern really makes no difference to them :) just make sure if you are going with males and females you need 2-3 females per male. (and be prepared for plenty of babies :P)
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