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1799's avatar Kronaldo28
#1 Posted 20 Apr 2011, 4:17 pm
Hi, I have currently in my 30 litre fish tank a range of 3 guppies plus a bristlenose catfish which is around 1.5 years old. They are getting along well. but i started off with 6 guppies and in the first few weeks 3 of them died. I wanted to try to breed. i Have 3 male guppies. If i buy some female guppies will my aquarium be too crowded. Judging by what i see now there is heaps of space. Also what is the ratio of female guppies to male guppies that should be in the aquarium and how do i know what a female guppy looks like?
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1's avatar jan
#2 Posted 19 Oct 2011, 3:33 am
A 30 liter tank is a good place for maximally 20 Guppies in case you have a good filter. Inbreeding will occur under such circumstances though, so I'd solve the question "What to do with the babies" firstly.

1 male : 3 females is a good ratio.

Female is bigger than male, also is less coloured and her fins aren't that beautiful.
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