GoldfishBreeder said:Some types of guppies can be purple but I don't know how hard they are to find or how much they cost. Also a purple male betta could do well in a community tank.
Most purple guppies I found were $35+ a pair so that's a no for now sadly.Kolby Holdren said:Oh. But Betta just as long as you're having the right stock. And purple guppies shouldn't be impossible to find.
They don't require that large of tanks. Potentially depending on which one you're speaking of a 40 would be good for a handful. Now the haps that are purple wouldn't be able to fit in there. And never seen a purple peacock. But either way definitely not a community fish.Fahn said:
Rusty cichlids seem interesting, and from what I read, they aren't really aggressive either.chromedome52 said:Rusty Cichlid males can be very purple.
I've seen Purple Guppies locally raised, but we've got a lot of Guppy enthusiasts in the region.
There are some purple-ish Killies, but none that would be commonly available, or cheap.
That said, they do need a bigger tank than what I've got.TheCrazyFishGuy said:Rusty cichlids seem interesting, and from what I read, they aren't really aggressive either.