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Old 07-17-2014, 09:50 PM   #21
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Endlers are a closely related species in the guppy family . Mostly you get them from other hobbyists, but some are available in some stores. Hybrids are usually larger than pure strains, and the boys have all the color. There are a few named strains, like Black Bar and Neon Red. Very prolific, like guppies are, but not nearly as many bred as with guppies, not nearly as inbred as guppies. So they tend to be healthier, hardier. Very cute, and most males have such a clear centre to the tail it appears to be a lyre tail or swordtail. But a close look will reveal the clear, rounded fin with an upper and lower streak of,color on it.
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Yes. If you want too keep guppies put them in some methyele blue and some sea salt added to a nice clean tank for a week around 80f and feed only lightly until they are acting Hungary. It's better to start with two separate lines of the same color and tuxedo that get big bodies or king cobras that have lots of color like a red grass and big tails.


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