There are not many aquarists who can claim that they have never kept guppies. The Cobra Green Guppy, with its iridescent, shimmering colors, is a really great eye-catcher in an aquarium. They can cohabitate your aquarium wonderfully with a wide range of different fish, and because of how easy they are to care for, they are perfectly suited for both experienced aquarists and beginners.
For whom is the Green Cobra Guppy suited?
Because of its beautiful deep-green color, we consider the Green Cobra Guppy a must-have for any aquarist who has the space to accommodate these little green creatures. Because they are omnivores and can survive under many different circumstances, they are perfectly suited for both beginners and more experienced aquarists.
What are they like?
A group of Cobra Green Guppy with their somewhat more reserved, but nevertheless fascinating and bright colors is a real eye-catcher in the aquarium. This beautiful variety of Poecilia reticulata from South America is absolutely popular among aquarists. Just like many other guppies, the Cobra Green Guppy will quickly procreate if left alone, so you may want to consider a natural predator in the aquarium, which helps a little to keep the guppy population in check. In general, the guppies co-exist wonderfully with a large array of other fish and invertebrates.
The ideal conditions for the Green Cobra Guppy
The Cobra Green Guppy is an undemanding aquarium fish that copes well with medium to hard water and a water temperature of 72-82 °F. A heater is not absolutely necessary. The aquarium should offer swimming space, but also be well-planted for potential co-habitants to withdraw.
What we feed Guppies
We feed our fish a mix of frozen, live, and prepared foods including live baby brine and black worms. We also supplement their diet with a mix of North fin Veggie, Community, and Bug Pro.
Our Tank Parameters
- Ph: 6.5 to 7.8
- Gh: 6 to 18
- Kh: 2 to 6
- TDS: 100 to 200
- Temp: 72 to 80