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Old 03-28-2017, 02:41 PM   #1
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I wonder what type of fish is this in my pond?
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Old 03-28-2017, 02:52 PM   #3
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Thank you, bhimrulez!
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What type of guppy?
I just have fancy guppies in my pond, and these ones don't look like the rest.
I wonder what type of guppy is it?

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Thank you, bhimrulez!
Then,
What type of guppy?
I just have fancy guppies in my pond, and these ones don't look like the rest.
I wonder what type of guppy is it?

Thank you!


those are either cobra guppies or cobra endlers guppies. my absolute favorite small fish to put in a community tank
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What fish is this?

this is my favorite guppy, always thought he was the prettiest thing.
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the ones in your picture look like females as well, i really can't be sure though. just a guess.
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the ones in your picture look like females as well, i really can't be sure though. just a guess.


Definitely males
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Thank you for all your answers and shared ideas, friends!

Is a long story how I started with guppies, but after only 7 babies survived among the about 12 adults I bought for first time, I happened to have about 100; al descendants of the 7 survivors.
I always intended to have the Fancy type with strong colors (blue, turquoise, red, etc) I never picked at the store any of that type (Cobra).
Anyhow, those Cobra where born about 2 months ago, and recently I added 3 new males (blue, orange, orange/turquoise) and it happened that the Cobra started attacking them on end! The don't attack the previous deep-color-long-tail males. Just the new ones. I ended putting them separately!


Thank you for all your help, again!
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