Yellow Bottom Swordtail Guppy
Japanese Blue Grass Guppy couple
Delta tail charcoal black Guppy without secondary colors
This is a special guppy. Its diverse colors interpret well another name, millionfish. The tail is the most wonderful part. It begins with a light-yellow circle and radial lines at the root. And then the gradient purple spreads to the edge, end with black. It is a mysterious and beautiful tail.
Delta tail Half Black Blue Guppy
Tuxedo guppy is one of very popular types all around the world. The half-black pattern has clear edge. And the scales reflect rainbow gloss. It swings its orange delta tail, just like it is dancing cheerful with an elegant dress. The orange pattern on the head exactly echoes the orange tail.
Today, let’s appreciate this snakeskin Guppy. Look at the body pattern, the irregular black stripes overspread throughout the entire body, just like snakeskin. The bright and dark lines seem to form a maze. This is the glamour of snakeskin guppy; every snakeskin has different patterns.
And now move your eyes to the tail. This is lace fan tail. The lace pattern and the snakeskin body complement each other. The wagging tail just likes a melodious skirt.
This is a couple of delta tail Guppy. The male one is a Mosaic Guppy. The black irregular stripe patterns let the tail more dynamic. And it looks like a passionate dress. The female one is a Glass Guppy. The light blue and semitransparent tail with small black spot decor, shows another kind of elegant.
Unlike Full Red Guppy, the Albino version has unique red eyes. The albino mutation makes it lack black pigment. The whole body looks pure and no impurities. Albino Full Red has all red fins. All red large delta caudal fin and strong dorsal fin make this guppy stand out in the aquarium tank.
Blue Grass are famous for their large dorsal and caudal fin with unique black speckles. The speckles are dense and well-distributed. That makes the fins look like grass. So, this strain got its famous name “Grass”.
The guppy stands the dorsal fin like a sail and swings its caudal fin rhythmically, just like a sapphire in the ocean, deep and mysterious. The speckles make it special, and the blue make it everlasting.