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Our Endler guppy Stash

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lodo

So most people would know me more for bettas, and the shrimp club, but i rather fancy some endler guppies.

We have a few strains currently, and Maddie is hoping to get even more strains soon.

Gold Leopard, but recently found out it is actually gold tiger as it is stripped rather than spotted on the body.

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Japanese Blue

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Neon Tuxedo

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Pink Platinum (really really poor photo)

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newbreed

All very stunning! Love the vibrancy of their colours!

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lodo

This weekend if we find our proper camera hopefully we can get some real photos not phone ones.

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Squiggle

Looks awesome dude, very well done! :thumbsu:

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Garnelchen

OMG! I love the Japanese Blue!

I need more tanks! :sad:

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OzShrimp

Beautiful colours you got, have you bred them yourself or brought from others?

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