blood worm/population?....and a simple guppy question
As the population of my 29 gallon tank (there have been a few changes):
Two dwarf gourami
Two cory cats
Three skirt tetras
Three male guppies
and a frog
On to what I'm wondering........
I've been reading here that the frog needs blood worms and so I got some,the dehydrated kind in the can.Are the worms ok for every one to eat?And how can I be sure that the frog gets some?He does swim to the top when I feed flake,but he's usually late to the party.
The guppy question:
As you see I have three male guppies.Over the last few days I've read a post or two about male to female guppy ratios.Why is that needed and what is the ideal ratio?The gupps look good and behave fine....although I believe one is trying to mate the platy...(possible?)
I realize that adding females will generate fry and and whatever is not consumed will add to the population ect....I would rather avoid that ideally but I will do whats best for my existing fish.
90g SW FOWLR
50g tall fw planted at .6wpg
29g fw planted at 1.2 wpg
10g fw planted at 3 wpg cf