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Old 11-28-2011, 05:05 PM   #1
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Just some Guppys pics

I'm about one of the worse photographers though I try, so here's just some random shots of some of the guppy lines/colors I've been working with.

Dark Rainbows



Blonde Rainbows
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Spotted guys in the bachelor pad


here's a few don't want to overload with pics - but if anyone wants to check some of the other guppys just look under "shaysfishys on photobucket" under my guppy albun
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nice. Do the males on the top 3 pics grow larger tails or do they stay that size?
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Those guys are just youngsters, I'll look thru the bachelor pad to see if there's an older dark rainbow left in there.
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Okay found some that were older, should stash some to grow out sometime anyways can never really get them to strut for the pics.


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Beautiful Guppies, they are stunning!
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Those are all awesome! Thanks for sharing.
I really like the speckled tail youngsters.
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