Fish Id

Discussion in 'Freshwater Fish Forums' started by FishAddictFamily, Dec 6, 2018.

  1. FishAddictFamilyNew MemberMember

    This fish came in a harlequin rasbora purchase. Looks like a guppy or molly shape. But it’s completely colourless ? Anyone know what type of fish this is for sure or if it’s some cool strain or a freak of nature. She’s about 1.5-2 inches IMG_9290.JPG
  2. bryangarWell Known MemberMember

    looks like a female guppy. They’re usually colorless.
  3. aussieJJDudeWell Known MemberMember

  4. RowanValued MemberMember

    Agreed, looks like a female guppy, endler, or mosquito fish. Be warned, there's a good chance she's pregnant (because live-bearers reproduce faster than rabbits), so you may have more of them soon unless your other fish eat the fry.
  5. FishAddictFamilyNew MemberMember

    I have guppies. The female are dull mostly but all have some colour on their tail fins. So I wasn’t 100% sure on this one. Thanks guys :)
  6. Guppy_Lover713Valued MemberMember

    Yeah she’s either a female guppy, Endler, or mosquito fish. I have a few completely or almost completely colorless female guppies.
  7. McasellaFishlore VIPMember

    Most likely a female mosquito fish, without a clearer picture I cannot give you a certain answer, but the shape and color points to mosquito fish, careful with it as they can be aggressive to other fish - they also handle living with goldfish without dying/being eaten.

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