Blue & Green Bicolor Delta Guppies


I just set up a breeding group of bicolor deltas. The jury is still out on whether their dorsals will develop into IFGA “flag” fins. But I like the way these fish look so much I’m willing to work with what I get. The females from this line are still on the young side, which is part of the reason I think the males will continue developing and growing. I crossed a Rick Grigsby bicolor male into various blue and green females to get these. It’s odd seeing the blue in here considering this is their father:

Kind of a slate/navy/blue and peachy red tones. Yea, after reviewing the parental photos, these younger males will possibly maybe hopefully continue to develop.

I now have as much fun photographing fish as I do raising them. In case you haven’t figured that out.

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