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Old 05-27-2013, 06:53 PM   #1
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Rare guppies

Okay so I'm going to be getting guppies and I was thinking of breeding/selling them, which guppies are rare, which guppies can be sold to my LFS?
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Okay so I'm going to be getting guppies and I was thinking of breeding/selling them, which guppies are rare, which guppies can be sold to my LFS?
Google image "types of guppies" and you'll get a list of different types of guppies. Probably the most common lfs sold guppies are 'fantails' and 'roundtails'.....
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Okay so I'm going to be getting guppies and I was thinking of breeding/selling them, which guppies are rare, which guppies can be sold to my LFS?
The best thing to do is ask your LFS what they are willing to buy. What's the sense in breeding fish you cannot sell? Rare and oddball fish tend to have a higher price attached to them and the LFS's customer base won't pay it. That's why you always ask first then get your stock.

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I dont lnow if your petstore would buy them but i heard endler guppys look cool and i dont see them at stores
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