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Old 01-13-2005, 01:18 AM   #1
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German Platinum Male Pic

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very nice picture - a beautiful fish, but I prefer my male guppies more colorful.
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Ah, yes. But, as in most things - variety is the spice of life. Actually, if I was a bit better at the lighting they would look a bit more colorful. - Frank/Guppyman®
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How are guppies given their names? Why are some associated with countries?
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Hi. These are the names that I obtained them as. Country designations usually indicate where the strain was first developed and made popular. - Frank/Guppyman®
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Very nice. I had some albino platinum males a while back, but could not get my hands on any females.
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