Latest pics of my 20 gallon planted guppy and Cory tank

Discussion in 'Freshwater Fish and Tank Photos' started by April R, Jul 13, 2014.

  1. April RWell Known MemberMember

    The plants in this tank are just exploding with growth.
    When I set it up in January
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    now
    20 gallon 7-14-2014.jpg
     

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    Last edited: Jul 13, 2014
  2. petaddictionWell Known MemberMember

    This looks great! What kind of corys do you have? I've been debating on how to stock my 20 gal and this looks great.
     
  3. April RWell Known MemberMember

    I have emerald corys. Super cute and very social. They breed like crazy too. I have had two spawns since I started with 5 of them, have only lost one female, and have 5 babies from the spawns, so from 5 corys I now have 9! I will be selling 3 of them as soon as the get big enough. The key is to cover the eggs with mesh or move them to a breeder net as soon as you see them, or the guppies will make a quick snack of them.

    Here are closeups of my guppies and corys, plus 2 of the most recent baby corys!!
    guppy juvenile female 7-13-2014.jpgpurple moscoe male in tank 7-13-2014.jpgcory fry b 7-14-2014.jpgguppy juvenile 7-13-2014.jpgguppy female juveniles 7-13-2014.jpgcory close up 7-13-2014.jpgpurple moscow 7-14-2014.jpgcory fry 7-13-2014.jpg
     
  4. petaddictionWell Known MemberMember

    Wow they are awesome! I love love love all of them. So adorable!
     
  5. atc84Well Known MemberMember

    Looks great, April. Are you still breeding your guppies? I really like the plant on the right side, what is it?
     
  6. FlowingfinsFishlore VIPMember

    Beautiful fish!
     
  7. April RWell Known MemberMember

    Yep, I just sold 7 of them last week. I am getting a lot with orangy red bodies and high dorsals, snake skin/cobra, yellow, and multi colored. This guy is my favorite so far
    guppy juvenile 7-13-2014.jpg
    I am keeping him. I think I would call him a red finned, black tuxedo, but I am still learning the terminology.
    I have sent all of my sold juveniles off before I could really see what colors they developed, so I think I am going to hold my most current drop until they are at least 4 months old so I can see what they look like and label them appropriately. My girls are all beautiful with either orange and yellow finnage or light blue finnage.

    The plant on the right is hygrophila corymbosa stricta, aka  . This stuff will grow in just about any aquarium and is super easy to
    grow from clippings.
     
  8. atc84Well Known MemberMember

    Ah, that's a really pretty guppy. Where do you sell them?
     
  9. April RWell Known MemberMember

    If you pm me I'll give you the link. Don't want to break any board rules :)
     
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