My guppies in their new home

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Today I added 4 guppies to my 20 gal and decided to record them just now as best I could.

I tried to get my kuhli in action behind the dwarf onions but it was a no go. I'll try to get a clearer vid tonight which I'll just add to this thread, no need for me to make a new one.

[youtube]pjHVBB4513A[/youtube]

Edit: Here are some close up shots of the guppies:

[youtube]DYBGyVRTaOE[/youtube]
 

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Congrats on the new fish. I'm leaning towards Guppies in my new tank!
 
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The tank looks good! What's the tall plant?
 

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I love your tank! I was wondering about the plant, too. It looks like an awesome "livebearer" plant.
 
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Jrobber said:
Congrats on the new fish. I'm leaning towards Guppies in my new tank!
Thanks. So far they're alot of fun to watch. If they breed, I am ready for that. I got me a sponge for the filter intake and a breeding trap. You should really get a few.

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The tank looks good! What's the tall plant?
bolivianbaby said:
I love your tank! I was wondering about the plant, too. It looks like an awesome "livebearer" plant.
Thank you very much. If you're refering to the plant infront of the dwarf onions to the right, that is anacharis which I just learned the name of few days ago. You can keep it floating or weigh it down and it's very undemanding doesn't need much light at all.

I have 2 more plants on the way to root to the piece of driftwood. Anubias coffeefolia and anubias lancelota. The leaves are apparently so tough that even herbivorus fish have difficulty tearing them up.

I think aside from those 2 plants the stocking is complete although I would like 1-2 ADF's, maybe.
 

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Guppies are wonderful, I love them. I have two, myself. They're super active and their colors are so pretty. They're very fun to watch with their big fancy tails
 

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Beautiful fish.

I also have Blue Neons with my Guppies, they look great together.
 

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Good morning,

Beautiful tank and fish! Thanks for sharing.

Enjoy!
Ken
 
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Thanks Ken and everyone!

I agree guppies they look great with neons. Guppies, especially males, are beautiful fish with their fancy tails and vibrant colors on their bodies. I love them now. I'd hope to add 2 more, 1 more of each sex.

I just updated my original post with one I managed to get close up's of the guppies in and I got close up's of my angels as well.

I'm enjoying these little guys quite a bit now.
 

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I've got neons and make guppies together and they look great together with a planted tank.
Yours looks great.
 

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great vid! <3 guppies
 

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