Can I Keep Male Endlers and Male Guppies Together

Discussion in 'Guppy' started by petaddiction, Jul 13, 2014.

  1. petaddiction

    petaddictionWell Known MemberMember

    can just I keep male endlers livebearers and male guppies together or will they not get along?
    I don't want any females because I don't want the tank to become overpopulated.
  2. Claire Bear

    Claire BearWell Known MemberMember

    I would think it would be fine but I have never attempted to do so. I have endlers and they do multiply! :)
  3. OP

    petaddictionWell Known MemberMember

    all males?

    ok thanks!
    I'm just wondering if the males will be aggressive with each other without any girls ;)

    (just looked at your profile and you have so many tanks! jealous. :p)
  4. endlercollector

    endlercollectorFishlore VIPMember

    all males?

    It depends on how many gallons and how many fish you are talking about. Endler boys swim better than male fancy reticulata that about the same as wild type or feeder guppies. So yes, they can really harass fancy boys. It should not get physically violent, however, it can get emotionally taxing. For myself, I would not mix fancy male reticulata and Endler's, but then again, I keep more itty bitty fish than most people do :p
  5. Clement Chee

    Clement CheeNew MemberMember

    Sure they can. Guppies are very social fishes.

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