Category: Aquarium Fish Other
Poecilia wingei, known to aquarists as Endler's guppy or Endler's livebearer, is a group of Molly in the genus Poecilia. Poecilia wingei - This is also known as the Endler guppy. Endlerís Livebearer was discovered in 1937 by Franklyn F. Bond before being rediscovered by John Endler in 1975 in Laguna de Patos, Cumana, northeastern Venezuela. It's closely related to the common guppy and these fish are not found in pet stores as often as the common guppy, but they are available they are known as the Millionsfish.
Males mature at 2 months and females at 3 months of age. Aquarium keeping: in groups of 5 or more individuals; minimum aquarium size (60 cm) or (24 inches). The Guppy originates from fresh and slightly salty waters in South and Central America. In Florida in the U.S. you can find guppies in the water. The Guppy has been deliberately set free in several Asian waters in an attempt to combat malaria by decreasing the number of mosquitoes. A very popular and widely available group in the guppy world. In Australia, wild populations were established prior to the 1970.
You should have more than one guppy in a fish tank, larger aquarium that can house several Guppies is recommended. You will also need basic equipment: a heater, thermometer to keep the water temperature suitable, a filter to handle the proper gallons of tank water, fish net, an algae scrubber to keep the aquarium clean, and an air stone or similar to keep the water high in oxygen. You can also use rocks, fake branches and fake weeds to decorate the aquarium. The bottom of the aquarium should be covered with gravel. You need to buy a dechlorinating chemical from your fish store to remove harmful chlorine from the tap water. Your Guppies will do best if you keep the water temperature between 75 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit in the aquarium, and the pH between 6.8 and 7.6.
Your Guppies should be fed once or twice a day. It is very important not to over-feed your Your Guppies should be fed once or twice a day. It is very important not to over-feed your Guppy. Put a little food in your tank and see if it is consumed in a few minutes. If not, you are feeding your Guppy to much food in one serving. Ask your pet store for the right fish food. A flake food diet is good for the Guppies, but should ideally be supplemented with live food. Your Guppy can survive on flake food for life, but the live food makes the Guppy more well-nourished. Live or frozen Brine Shrimp is a popular Guppy fish food. Micro Worms, Blood worms, Fruit Flies, Mosquito larvae, chopped up Earthworms are other suitable food for your Guppy.