Blue Moscow Delta Guppy
Remarks: A perfect starter fish! Guppies (Xiphophorus hellerii) are peaceful community fish that reproduce with ease. They are livebearers, meaning the females release live fry rather than laying eggs. It is recommended to keep more females than males, as males can easily harass females with relentless attempts to reproduce, leading to stress in the females. However, it is not uncommon for less dominant males to maintain the physical appearance of a female until much later in life.
Scientific Name: Poecilia reticulata
Common Name: Blue Moscow Guppy
Max Size: 5.5"
Region of Origin: Central America
Captive Bred or Wild: Captive Bred
Diet: Small flake or pellet, small frozen or live foods
By Imperial Tropicals