Guppies are very adaptable and small in size so a very large tank is not required for them to be happy in. A 20 gallon tank would be enough to keep five guppies in.
well if you want to have any type of fish in an ecosystem you need plants. i am doing and ecosystem in school i am using guppies 2 snails 1 catfish and the guppies eat plants and algae but make sure if your guppies to have enough food because if not the adults will eat the babies
Without much more information the question can not be answered accurately. Crayfish are scavengers and guppies are not their natural prey. If the crayfish is small enough and your guppies don't have long flowing fins then the guppies may well be too fast for the crayfish to catch. So the answer then would be none. Are you feeding the crays dead guppies? If so I would add one and see how long it takes the crayfish to eat it. Then I would add more and more dead guppies one at a time as the crayfish devours them. As the crayfish grows so it will eat more.
The tiger fish would eat the guppies.
I would say that about 10-15 guppies per gallon.
A large enough Pleco can eat guppies and other smaller fish. While they are known for algae consumption as they grow they do also ingest meaty foods. There are smaller type of Plecos that would be suited for a guppy tank.
All baby guppies are the same colour. I would call it a silvery grey.
guppies will be more colorful.
I would say guppies, mollies, platys, swordtails and such are the easiest...they are all livebearers and will breed constantly once they are old enough....
No, probably not. They're just as small/ smaller than guppies... however... The Neons are a shoal fish and like to be kept in groups of around 6 or more. If they're in smaller groups they will be nervous and would probably nip on the guppies fins. If the fin nipping becomes serious enough the guppy could die.
The lunch joke would be the goat band for bubble guppies.
team umi zomie because buble guppies would have to stay in the or the umi zomie team would eat them or stab them with a tringle.
they can but there would be no outcome of it
Guppies are not poisonous to humans but why on earth anyone would consider eating such a tiny creature is beyond my imagination.
Without light guppies (and most other species of fish) can not see one another so it would be extremely difficult for them to locate one another let alone breed successfully. Therefor I would say that the effect of light would be to 'enable' reproduction of guppies.
No, Chlorine would kill them.
Angelfish, fighting fish and other bigger fish would. They would do it more often too if the guppy looked weak or less strong than other guppies.
Guppies are pretty hardy fish, which means they can survive in a wide range of temperatures. I would suggest anywhere between 72 to 78.
Yes, with lots of plants in the tank
I would say no...dont b stupid!
guppies have been selectively breed in captivity and unique strains of guppy in the wild have been made common in aquariums. guppies in wild would be much more uninteresting to avoid attracting predators.
Guppies only grow to 2 inches long at most. Pangasius species are very large Asian fish and are what you buy to eat as Basa fillets. They would eat any guppies in their tank very quickly.
The best flake food for Guppies would be one that is high in vegetable matter. Another food that is heathy for them is finely chopped , and ground spinach. Guppies are largly vegetarian, But will eat most other foods.
Guppies would show a lot of different colours whereas the molly doesn't have as many colours as the guppy. Guppies and mollies however are said to be delicate fish so you must be careful what you put in your tank. Male fighting fish would think the brightly coloured guppy tails are other male fighting fish and would try and fight them. Mollies would tend to nip at fish with long fins. Both mollies and guppies are friendly. They are both active and eat a lot.
No, the colorful and long tails of guppies will cause the betta mistake them for a threat and would attack and kill them.