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 Guppy and Selective Breeding

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Join date : 2013-09-17
Location : Richmond, Va.

PostSubject: Guppy and Selective Breeding   Tue Aug 12, 2014 1:27 am

I don't know of another tropical fish better suited for selective breeding than the Guppy. It is the fish that I started with in the hobby and one that I am likely to always keep and breed. They are so prolific that a Guppy line can be developed in several directions at once if one has enough tanks. Unfortunately, I don't have that many tanks but I still can enjoy breeding selectively. Mine produce so many offspring that I can cull aggressively and still maintain a colony with ease. There are very few tropical fish that can be worked as hard and are more fun...  Cool

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55 gal. Planted Community Show Tank
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30 gal. Bare Bottom Adult Angelfish Tank
20 gal. Bare Bottom Angelfish Breeder Tank
10 gal. Bare Bottom  Angelfish Fry Tank
10 gal. Planted Show Tank
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