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Old 08-10-2018, 01:10 AM   #1
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"Real" Endler's and Mixing

I've been doing research into Endler's and trying to decide where to get them and what type I would like. Unfortunately, there seems to be a lot of murky information out there.

I think it would be best for me to go for just males in the beginning. We'll see if that ever changes. With that in mind, since I won't be breeding them, is there any issue I'm unaware of with housing different types of Endler's together? For example; blue star and red stripe together.

Also; I know that Endler's and other guppies can interbreed and that many "types" of Endler are actually mixed offspring. I also know that this is causing issues with maintaining the original species.

With that in mind, what colors/types of Endler's are legitimate and what should I avoid? Are there tell-tale signs such as tail shape/size?
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If you are going all males you can probably mix what ever n class together with no issue.

I would look at aquabid. There is a guy named Tunamanphd on aquabid that has n class black bars and blue stars. Good dude!!

If they are true Endlers the tails will be very similar. Go to a site like Adrian Hernandez to get an idea
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If you are going all males you can probably mix what ever n class together with no issue.

I would look at aquabid. There is a guy named Tunamanphd on aquabid that has n class black bars and blue stars. Good dude!!

If they are true Endlers the tails will be very similar. Go to a site like Adrian Hernandez to get an idea
Or you can find tunamanphd right here lol
Thanks Mike !

I have N-class Blackbar - My N-Class breeding stock came from Adrian Hernandez and can prove their class back to him so there is no question to their class.
I also breed P class Bluestars and K-Class Magenta
If interested PM me I can hook you up with some nice fish
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