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Panda (Mini) Guppy Pair

$2999 CAD
SKU: 400000021805

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Panda (Mini) Guppy Pair

Description

Panda Guppies are a unique variety of guppies that have a striking appearance, with black and white coloration resembling that of a giant panda. These fish are known for their beautiful and distinctive coloration, making them a popular choice among aquarium enthusiasts.

  1. Temperature: Panda Guppies thrive in a tropical aquarium environment with a temperature range of approximately 72 to 82 degrees Fahrenheit (22 to 28 degrees Celsius).

  2. Minimum Tank Size: A 10-gallon tank is generally considered suitable for a pair of Panda Guppies. However, it's always best to provide a larger tank if possible to give them more space to swim and explore.

Feeding Habits: Panda Guppies, like other guppy varieties, are omnivorous. They will eat a variety of foods, including high-quality flake or pellet foods designed for tropical fish. However, it's also important to include live or frozen foods in their diet, such as daphnia, brine shrimp, or bloodworms, to provide them with essential nutrients.

Habitat Preference: Panda Guppies are a freshwater fish species. They do well in aquariums with live or artificial plants, as these provide hiding places and mimic their natural habitat. Adding some floating plants can also help create shaded areas, which these fish often appreciate.

Water pH Level: Panda Guppies prefer slightly alkaline to neutral water conditions. The ideal pH level for them is around 7.0 to 7.8.

Behavior: Panda Guppies are generally peaceful and sociable fish. They can be kept with other peaceful community fish species, but it's best to avoid aggressive or fin-nipping species as tankmates. They are active swimmers and spend a lot of time exploring the aquarium.

Guppies, including Panda Guppies, are known for their schooling behavior. They feel more secure when kept in groups of their own kind. While you can keep a pair, they may benefit from the company of a few more guppies of the same variety or other peaceful community fish.

Guppies, including Panda Guppies, are livebearers, which means they give birth to live fry rather than laying eggs. If you keep males and females together, expect them to reproduce readily. It's advisable to provide plenty of hiding places for the fry in the tank, or you can move pregnant females to a separate breeding tank to ensure the survival of the newborns.

In summary, Panda Guppies are a visually appealing and relatively easy-to-keep fish species. They thrive in a well-maintained aquarium with a moderate temperature, slightly alkaline to neutral water conditions, and a varied diet. These peaceful fish enjoy the company of their own kind and are a great addition to a community 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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Panda (Mini) Guppy Pair

$2999 CAD

Panda Guppies are a unique variety of guppies that have a striking appearance, with black and white coloration resembling that of a giant panda. These fish are known for their beautiful and distinctive coloration, making them a popular choice among aquarium enthusiasts.

  1. Temperature: Panda Guppies thrive in a tropical aquarium environment with a temperature range of approximately 72 to 82 degrees Fahrenheit (22 to 28 degrees Celsius).

  2. Minimum Tank Size: A 10-gallon tank is generally considered suitable for a pair of Panda Guppies. However, it's always best to provide a larger tank if possible to give them more space to swim and explore.

Feeding Habits: Panda Guppies, like other guppy varieties, are omnivorous. They will eat a variety of foods, including high-quality flake or pellet foods designed for tropical fish. However, it's also important to include live or frozen foods in their diet, such as daphnia, brine shrimp, or bloodworms, to provide them with essential nutrients.

Habitat Preference: Panda Guppies are a freshwater fish species. They do well in aquariums with live or artificial plants, as these provide hiding places and mimic their natural habitat. Adding some floating plants can also help create shaded areas, which these fish often appreciate.

Water pH Level: Panda Guppies prefer slightly alkaline to neutral water conditions. The ideal pH level for them is around 7.0 to 7.8.

Behavior: Panda Guppies are generally peaceful and sociable fish. They can be kept with other peaceful community fish species, but it's best to avoid aggressive or fin-nipping species as tankmates. They are active swimmers and spend a lot of time exploring the aquarium.

Guppies, including Panda Guppies, are known for their schooling behavior. They feel more secure when kept in groups of their own kind. While you can keep a pair, they may benefit from the company of a few more guppies of the same variety or other peaceful community fish.

Guppies, including Panda Guppies, are livebearers, which means they give birth to live fry rather than laying eggs. If you keep males and females together, expect them to reproduce readily. It's advisable to provide plenty of hiding places for the fry in the tank, or you can move pregnant females to a separate breeding tank to ensure the survival of the newborns.

In summary, Panda Guppies are a visually appealing and relatively easy-to-keep fish species. They thrive in a well-maintained aquarium with a moderate temperature, slightly alkaline to neutral water conditions, and a varied diet. These peaceful fish enjoy the company of their own kind and are a great addition to a community aquarium.

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