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Idontexists aquariums. (shrimp snails and fish)


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#1 Offline Idontexist - Posted December 22 2021 - 1:51 PM

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I have had aquariums for a long time. So i decided to shows this journal because skrimp funy haha
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#2 Offline Idontexist - Posted December 22 2021 - 2:06 PM

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So lemme give a quick introduction. 3 tanks. 2 small ones and a big one

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First lets start off with the small one 1. The guppy tank


Poecilia reticulata. Male juvenile and a female



By far the easiest fish to keep in the whole hobby. You only need the fishtank. It is very resistant to temperature so you won't need a silly knick knack or something. Also incredibly easy to breed. You just need to place a female and male in the same tank. The juvenile newborn guppy is actually the month old offspring of that same female. And his dad was the offspring of another female guppy who is deceased
Equally as easy to sex. Males are thin and skinny with large fancy tails. Females are larger with round bellies and. Smaller tails. Also they have a fin called gonopodim that acts as a.... D1ck females don't have that the fin is easy to see. That my friends is poecillia reticulata
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#3 Offline Idontexist - Posted December 22 2021 - 2:08 PM

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So lemme give a quick introduction. 3 tanks. 2 small ones and a big one

Fauna:
First lets start off with the small one 1. The guppy tank


Poecilia reticulata. Male juvenile and a female



By far the easiest fish to keep in the whole hobby. You only need the fishtank. It is very resistant to temperature so you won't need a silly knick knack or something. Also incredibly easy to breed. You just need to place a female and male in the same tank. The juvenile newborn guppy is actually the month old offspring of that same female. And his dad was the offspring of another female guppy who is deceased
Equally as easy to sex. Males are thin and skinny with large fancy tails. Females are larger with round bellies and. Smaller tails. Also they have a fin called gonopodim that acts as a.... D1ck females don't have that the fin is easy to see. They are also kind of social they can live alone or in groups
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#4 Offline antsriondel - Posted January 11 2022 - 3:39 PM

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