Blue Grass are one of most popular guppies in the world. They 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”.
Starting today, we plan to write a new
series of articles. In these articles, we will talk about how to breed Blue
Grass Guppy, and how to choose the parent fishes, and how to pick the proper offspring
according to Mendelian inheritance, what is the genetic formula for Blue Grass
Guppy and so on.
This is the first article, let’s talk about the genetic formulas for Blue Grass Guppy.
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.
Betta livida is one specie of wild betta, the only one habitat in the world is the blackwater swamps near Selangor, west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It was listed on IUCN Red List in 1994 and assessed as Endangered. Recent years, the large-scale urbanization seriously ruined the ecological environment, this wild betta is becoming more and more rare.
The burgundy body shines green metal gloss, the emerald texture embellishes fins, the metal green marking just like its identity symbol.
Betta livida like clean blackwater, they need acidic and soft water. It is very important that control the water quality when keep Betta livida in aquarium tank. You need to add moderate humic acid and other dirt bed.