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Yellow Guppy


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Available in-store only at
N Bellevue Overlake
15445 NE 24th Street
Call 425-372-5758 to check availability
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You will see your Yellow Guppy swimming in the middle and at the top of your aquarium. This strikingly beautiful fish makes a great choice for beginners. To create a beautiful aquarium environment, be sure to add some bottom swimmers as well. Ask a PetSmart associate to help you choose.

Features: Perfect for beginning level aquatic pet entusiasts
Includes: 1 Fish
Experience Level: Beginner
Swimming Level: Top
Color: Yellow
Size: Maximum Size 1.5 in

Feeding Instructions:
Diet: Flake, Frozen, Freeze-Dried

Housing: 5+ gallon tank, Densely planted, Water temperature 72-82 degrees F

Things to Remember

Adding Fish
Whether you're just starting your aquarium or introducing new fish to your tank, don't forget to add only 1-3 at a time.

Choose a vegetable-based flake or pellet food. Feed according to the directions on the packaging.

Specialty Foods
Vary their diet by including frozen or freeze-dried bloodworms, tubifex worms and other small worms, mosquito larvae and daphnia. Always remember to thaw frozen foods before feeding.

Frequent feedings
For optimum health, feed your livebearers as much food as they will consume in 1-3 minutes, twice a day. You can alternate between regular staple diet feedings and 2-4 meals per week of a specialty food.

Livebearers should be kept in a large aquarium, with surface area being more important than depth. Minimum aquarium size should be 10 gallons. A good rule of thumb is one gallon of water for every one inch of full-grown fish.

Decorate their aquarium with lots of live, bunch plants. Be sure to place them on the sides and back of the aquarium so they'll have enough space to swim in the center.

Livebearers need well-oxygenated water, but do not like forceful water motion.

Mollies require a small amount of salt in their aquarium. Add two teaspoons of aquarium salt per gallon of water This will not harm other types of fish living in the aquarium.

Fish compatibility
Livebearers can share their aquarium with other tropical community fish of similar size and temperament, as long as they share similar water requirements.

Note: Pet availability is seasonal. State and local regulations may vary. Pricing may vary by store location. PetSmart stores cannot match the price above for this pet. Ask a store associate for details.

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Yellow Guppy
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Yellow Guppy is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 33.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Just love him he chases his tank mates and is full of energy!
Date published: 2010-10-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love this little guy! I have a Yellow Guppy, and he looks so cute in my tank! He seems to be the "King of the Tank," and he is always the first to get a bite to eat. He gets along well with my other Guppies and Tetras, he is also VERY energetic! This little fish has totally flipped my life around!
Date published: 2014-07-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from they are very interesting i have 2 of these in a 20 gallon tank with 2 platys,3 zebra danios. im about to get 5 noen tetras and 3 cory cats and probaly a mystery snail . its a perfect says that they stay at the top of the tank but they swim everywhere. they do chase my sunburst platy around very much. they will eat pretty much anything( if it is small ). they are pretty,small, and very active. overall great fish
Date published: 2012-07-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful Guppy I have 4 guppies, and 4 neon tetras in my tank and they all get along, and I like how this fish adds a yellow to the mixture of colors. He's a friendly fish, very pretty to look at. Very easy to keep, good for beginners. Very hardy.
Date published: 2014-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AWESOME FISH I love these fish I have had tons of fish before but these were probably my 2nd favorite yesterday I bought 2 a yellow and a black and put them in a 10 gallon tank with my betta (female) They love it but my betta keep's nipping the fins every now and then other then that they are awesome they come in cool color's to
Date published: 2012-10-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from YELLOW GUPPIES ARE THE BOMB!!! I recently bought a yellow guppy and named it Horse. He gets along great with my Mickey Mouse Platy, and they are besties:) Sadly his coloring started to fade after about a day or so of him being in my tank but it's stopped now and he still looks pretty. I completely recommend a yellow guppy to anyone and mine is the highlight of my tank:)
Date published: 2014-11-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Extremely hardy fish These fish are so great! But they need at least a 10g tank. I first had them in a 2g, but it had the worst conditions. I really don't know how they survived, considering the tank was waaaay overstocked and not even a fish tank. In my new 20g, they are so energetic. I think I have 2 males, and they play and shoot back and forth in the tank all the time. I was very lucky in getting the hardiest of the lot.
Date published: 2014-07-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great fish! I have one in my 25 gallon tank, and he is doing great! The only problem is he is trying to breed my platies, but I think it started with my blue guppy. I keep him with my blue guppy, 2 platies, 1 African dwarf frog, 7 neon tetras, 1 cory catfish, and my treadfin Rainbow fish and get along just fine. I feed mine flakes, but sometimes he eats other stuff, such as bottom feeder pellets, bloodworms, and frog and tadpole pellets.
Date published: 2013-12-22
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