Guppy Fish Guide APK 1 (Android App)

Guppies are a species of freshwater fish in the family Poeciliidae. The guppies’ beautiful, flowing fins and colorful body make this fish a popular choice among aquarists.

Guppies are some of the most popular tropical aquarium fish. They are docile, shy, adaptable, low-cost and easy-care fish that are a good starter fish for the beginner aquarist.

~~Frequently asked questions ~~

~ Can Siamese algae eaters live with guppies? ~

Yes, people who eat Siamese algae can live with guppies. Both species are gentle and peaceful, so they should have no problem getting along in the tank. They are also hardy and have similar needs, so even a beginner should have no problem keeping both species happy and healthy.

Make sure to provide plenty of space for the fish to swim around comfortably. Should put a lot of live plants and decorations into the tank.

~ Can you feed rainbow sharks with guppies? ~
No, you cannot feed rainbow sharks with guppies. Although juvenile rainbow sharks can coexist peacefully with small living creatures such as guppies, they will not be friendly as adults.

Since guppies love to swim to the bottom of the tank, they may accidentally enter rainbow shark territory. At first, rainbow sharks may just chase them away, but after a while, rainbow sharks may begin to injure or even eat guppies.

~ Can cherry shrimp live with guppies? ~
Yes, cherry shrimp can live with guppies. Both are peaceful and friendly species, so cherry shrimp and guppies can live happily together. In addition, cherry shrimp and guppies are easy to care for, making them ideal choices for beginners.

However, since guppies tend to eat small shrimp, you need to take some precautions to keep your cherry shrimp safe.

To begin with, you need to familiarize yourself with the shrimp before releasing the guppies. You should also provide plenty of hiding space and live plants in the tank. Finally, limit the number of guppies in the tank to prevent them from killing the shrimp population.

~ Will Danios learn with guppies? ~
No, danios won’t learn with guppies. Danios will only go to school with their fellow danios, so you can’t expect them to go to school with guppies or any other fish. To prevent your favorites from getting stressed or lonely, raise at least five of them together so they can form a school.

However, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t keep danios and guppies together. Danios and guppies are compatible tank mates, as both are fairly peaceful and have similar environmental requirements.

Make sure the tank is not overcrowded. As a general rule, one inch of fish needs one gallon of water. Adult danios and guppies are typically 2 inches long, so you’ll need a 15-gallon tank or larger to keep small schools of danios and guppies.

~ Can ghost shrimp live with guppies? ~
That’s right, ghost shrimp can live with guppies. In fact, ghost shrimp and guppies are great tank mates. Both are docile and friendly, so they can live together peacefully. Plus, they have similar interests, so even beginners can easily accommodate their needs simultaneously.

Guppies and ghost shrimp don’t need much space. Thus, they are perfect for aquarists with limited space.

~ Can Oscars eat guppies? ~
Yes, oscars can eat guppies. Oscars are opportunistic feeders, so they will eat anything small enough to put in their mouths, including guppies.

However, you should not feed guppies with your oscars. Feeding fish purchased from pet stores, including guppies, are often infected with diseases and parasites. Eating these sick guppies can negatively affect the health of your guppies in the long run. Unless you keep your own guppies, you should not feed any of your guppies.

These are just a few sample questions. There are still many FAQs and information in the About Guppy Fish Guide app

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