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Fish Identity Question

Discussion in 'Fish for Planted Tanks' started by kizwan, Jan 11, 2020.

  1. kizwan

    kizwan Member

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    Hi, I need help in identifying this fish. I would like to know how they breed & what other fish they can live with peacefully.

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  2. bshenanagins

    bshenanagins Junior Poster

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    Those are livebearing fish, don’t know exactly what kind though. They are peaceful and will be good with tetras, danios, minnows, guppies, etc. They breed very easily and in any conditions with zero effort on your end. Just keep the tank clean and they will do the rest.
     
  3. kizwan

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    They attacked my guppies & sadly one lost the battle. I banished them to the current tank.

    A member in another forum told me they are mosquito fish. So you're correct they are livebearing fish.
     
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    Looks like female Guppys!
     
  5. Stan510

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    Gambusia. I take it you caught them since if you had bought they would have been labeled. They are like mean guppies..will attack other small fish. OK to use them in ponds as they take cold water and with bigger Goldfish I guess they can't harm them. Just eat any Goldfish eggs or fry they find.
     
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