Neil Monks will give some advice to the reader about possible skirmishes between male guppies.
Question. I have a 65-litre (14 gallon) full-cycle aquarium and 4 male blue guppies live in it. I recently added four more male guppies to the aquarium, this time red guppies, and it looks like they’re hitting on each other, but I don’t know if they’re fighting.
I’ve read that male guppies tend not to bother each other. Why doesn’t that apply to my fish? Will they stop behaving like that after they get used to each other? If not, would they cause each other serious injury? Continue reading
Eating plants by aquarium fish is not such an important problem as diseases or, for example, those cases when fish do not eat food. But if in General everything in the aquarium is safe, regular gnawing by its inhabitants of the plant environment can be annoying. First, all aquatic plants are worth the money. Secondly, each owner tries to decorate his aquarium, puts in this time and effort, and when the fish instead of gratitude destroy the most beautiful stems and leaves, there is a sense of futility of these efforts. In addition, without plants, fish lose their natural environment, in other words-they also become worse.
Reasons why fish eat plants
Even experienced aquarists do not call a homogeneous group of reasons here. Want-and eat. You do not even need to be large or exotic fish that have proven themselves in eating aquatic plants or the usual guppies, angelfish and synodontis. Continue reading