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Fancy Guppy Pair Blue Dragon

$3500 CAD
SKU: 400000028668

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Fancy Guppy Pair Blue Dragon

Description

The Fancy Guppy (Poecilia reticulata) is a popular and colorful aquarium fish known for its vibrant colors and unique tail shapes. The Double Blue Dragon variety is one of the many ornamental guppy strains. Here's some information about keeping a Fancy Guppy pair with a Double Blue Dragon pattern:

  1. Temperature: Fancy Guppies prefer a tropical water temperature range of 72-82°F (22-28°C). It's important to maintain a stable temperature within this range to keep them healthy and active.

  2. Minimum Tank Size: For a pair of Fancy Guppies, a 10-gallon (about 38 liters) aquarium is sufficient. However, if you plan to keep more guppies or other fish with them, a larger tank would be necessary to ensure ample space and proper filtration.

Feeding Habits: Fancy Guppies are omnivores and have a diverse diet. They will readily accept a variety of foods, including high-quality flake or pellet food designed for tropical fish. Supplement their diet with live or frozen foods such as daphnia, brine shrimp, and bloodworms to provide essential nutrients and variety. Feeding them 2-3 times a day with small portions is recommended.

Habitat Preference: Fancy Guppies are freshwater fish and can adapt to a wide range of water conditions. They prefer well-planted tanks with hiding spots and areas of open swimming. Live plants provide shelter, help maintain water quality, and serve as a food source for fry (baby guppies).

Water pH Level: Fancy Guppies thrive in water with a slightly alkaline to neutral pH level, typically between 7.0 and 7.8. Maintaining a stable pH is essential to keep your guppies healthy.

Behavior: Fancy Guppies are peaceful and social fish, making them great additions to community aquariums. They are known for their active and lively behavior, often swimming near the surface and displaying their vibrant colors. They are generally not aggressive, but males can be territorial and may chase each other, especially if there are multiple males in the tank.

Breeding: Fancy Guppies are livebearers, which means they give birth to live fry rather than laying eggs. If you have both males and females in your tank, you can expect them to reproduce. To prevent overpopulation, you can separate pregnant females into a breeding box or a separate tank. The fry are relatively easy to care for and should be fed appropriate-sized food, such as powdered fry food or crushed flakes.

Fancy Guppies are not strict schooling fish, but they do better when kept in groups of at least 3-4 to reduce stress and display their best colors. However, they can also be kept in pairs or trios, as long as there are no aggressive individuals in the tank.

Double Blue Dragon Guppies: Double Blue Dragon Guppies are known for their striking blue and metallic scales. They are selectively bred for these vibrant colors and patterns. While their care requirements are similar to other Fancy Guppies, their unique appearance makes them highly sought after by aquarium enthusiasts.

Remember that proper filtration, regular water changes, and maintaining water quality are crucial for keeping Fancy Guppies, including Double Blue Dragon Guppies, healthy and thriving in your aquarium.

Specifications

  • Category
    Livebearers
  • Species Type
    Guppies
  • Water Temperature
    72°F to 82°F
  • Minimum Tank Size
    10 Gallons
  • Water pH Level
    Alkaline, Neutral
  • Habitat Preference
    Hiding Spots, Planted Tanks
  • Behaviour
    Community Fish

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Fancy Guppy Pair Blue Dragon

$3500 CAD

The Fancy Guppy (Poecilia reticulata) is a popular and colorful aquarium fish known for its vibrant colors and unique tail shapes. The Double Blue Dragon variety is one of the many ornamental guppy strains. Here's some information about keeping a Fancy Guppy pair with a Double Blue Dragon pattern:

  1. Temperature: Fancy Guppies prefer a tropical water temperature range of 72-82°F (22-28°C). It's important to maintain a stable temperature within this range to keep them healthy and active.

  2. Minimum Tank Size: For a pair of Fancy Guppies, a 10-gallon (about 38 liters) aquarium is sufficient. However, if you plan to keep more guppies or other fish with them, a larger tank would be necessary to ensure ample space and proper filtration.

Feeding Habits: Fancy Guppies are omnivores and have a diverse diet. They will readily accept a variety of foods, including high-quality flake or pellet food designed for tropical fish. Supplement their diet with live or frozen foods such as daphnia, brine shrimp, and bloodworms to provide essential nutrients and variety. Feeding them 2-3 times a day with small portions is recommended.

Habitat Preference: Fancy Guppies are freshwater fish and can adapt to a wide range of water conditions. They prefer well-planted tanks with hiding spots and areas of open swimming. Live plants provide shelter, help maintain water quality, and serve as a food source for fry (baby guppies).

Water pH Level: Fancy Guppies thrive in water with a slightly alkaline to neutral pH level, typically between 7.0 and 7.8. Maintaining a stable pH is essential to keep your guppies healthy.

Behavior: Fancy Guppies are peaceful and social fish, making them great additions to community aquariums. They are known for their active and lively behavior, often swimming near the surface and displaying their vibrant colors. They are generally not aggressive, but males can be territorial and may chase each other, especially if there are multiple males in the tank.

Breeding: Fancy Guppies are livebearers, which means they give birth to live fry rather than laying eggs. If you have both males and females in your tank, you can expect them to reproduce. To prevent overpopulation, you can separate pregnant females into a breeding box or a separate tank. The fry are relatively easy to care for and should be fed appropriate-sized food, such as powdered fry food or crushed flakes.

Fancy Guppies are not strict schooling fish, but they do better when kept in groups of at least 3-4 to reduce stress and display their best colors. However, they can also be kept in pairs or trios, as long as there are no aggressive individuals in the tank.

Double Blue Dragon Guppies: Double Blue Dragon Guppies are known for their striking blue and metallic scales. They are selectively bred for these vibrant colors and patterns. While their care requirements are similar to other Fancy Guppies, their unique appearance makes them highly sought after by aquarium enthusiasts.

Remember that proper filtration, regular water changes, and maintaining water quality are crucial for keeping Fancy Guppies, including Double Blue Dragon Guppies, healthy and thriving in your aquarium.

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