Friday, November 20, 2015

Tetra vs Guppy


Base on personal experience, I have better luck of keeping tetra fish for a longer time. Guppy are easy to keep and breed as well, but are more sensitive to water condition.

Emperor Tetra
Emperor Tetra

Harlequin Rasbora
Harlequin Rasbora

neon tetra
Neon Tetra and a transparent tetra (not sure about the name)

algae eater fish
algae eater (back) and unindentify fish (front) that came with wild guppies I bought. The unknown fish grew quite big now and it is much more effective in cleaning algae comparing with algae eater fish. It also eat algae that grow on the plants too, but tend to uproot hairgrass.


outdoor guppy pond
Outdoor "pond".

wild guppy
Close up view of the wild guppies.

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