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Guppy Fry Care - proper way of hand wash dishes in a restaurant

by:Two Eight     2019-09-02
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Guppies are beautiful fish and are notorious for breeding.
Guppies can produce anywhere between 2 and 100 fry at a time, so it is very important to know how to take care of guppies before you decide to buy them.
It's easy to take care of the fry, but although the fish looks small and maintenance is low, it does take some effort.
This article will discuss the care and maintenance of guppy Fry.
Guppies are friendly and lively fish with bright colors and many changes.
They are so popular that the rate of reproduction of Gabby is growing exponentially.
Guppies breed at an amazing rate, and if you think keeping the male away from the female will stop breeding, here's the fact that this belief is overturned --
Guppy females store sperm so they can reproduce at least 3-
4 months, in the absence of any male!
This means that even after separating men from women, at least 10, up to 400 Yobe!
If you decide to acquire guppies, it is best to familiarize yourself with this knowledge
How to take care of their Fry.
A detailed explanation of how to take care of the Fry is given in the paragraph below.
Very small fry!
If you like cute, cute and tiny creatures, this is a very enjoyable activity and does not require much maintenance.
As we all know, new-born guppies or "fried foods" are very fragile, and in addition to that, guppies will eat their cubs!
Therefore, from the moment the Fry is born, it is very important to pay close attention to the fry.
The diet of Fry will play an important role in their growth and resistance to disease.
When the fry are born, their mouths are very small, so it doesn't work to feed them to thin slices.
You have to start by feeding them chopped fried food.
In addition, there are now flakes on the market, which will enhance the color of the Fry as the fry grows.
But these flakes are not very healthy for fried foods, so don't add them regularly and give them only once a month, if any.
Fry need a protein-rich diet, which can be fed in a mix of dry and live foods, or either of these two foods alone.
Dry foods include milk powder, plant products, flakes, bread or cookie crumbs, mayonnaise, etc.
Live food includes worms, insects, shrimps and water dragons.
Fish seedlings like white worms, newly hatched water dragons and vinegar eel.
These small animals also like to eat newly hatched shrimps.
In particular, salted shrimp, which contains a large amount of protein that is beneficial to Fry, is considered their favorite.
However, they need to be fed as a supplement rather than as a major dietary item.
Fried foods require a large amount of nutrients in their diet to ensure normal growth without illness or infection with any disease.
So it's not enough to have dry or live food.
In order to ensure their proper growth, they must be fed in the correct quantity.
This does not conclude that the fry on any of these types of food alone is weak.
If you want to improve your health and grow the perfect quality gilbie fish, a mix of these two foods will be a better choice for their diet rather than limiting their diet to any one.
Food can turn into flakes as it grows older, not crushed.
In the first few weeks you have to feed the fry 6 times a day.
Very young fry tend to have a big appetite, about 5-
Six times a day
This will be reduced to about 3-as they grow-4 times a day.
It will be a month and a half or two months later.
Although it is OK to feed juvenile fish frequently after the first week, every time you give them food, be careful not to overfeed them.
While feeding them, make sure you feed them dry and live food in one day, while supplements can give them three times a week.
There is no need to add every day, and of course not every time you feed the fry.
Since guppies breed every month, and there are a lot of babies, it is very important to keep the water tank clean in addition to keeping the temperature of the water tank and providing rest plants for women when they are pregnant, maintain the level of oxygen in the water, etc.
Cleaning does not only mean removing dirt floating in the water.
The fry will not eat all the food given to them, so some will fall on the floor of the tank.
In addition, their feces need to be cleaned up.
Other dirt and debris, such as moss and dead plants, need to be removed.
Dust Suction kits are available on the market to effectively remove dirt from the tank.
Guppy Fry are not suitable for high alkaline, but prefer almost neutral water.
The pH of the water should be 7, or a little more, because it is appropriate to have a little alkaline.
But it should not exceed 8 metres at most.
By using any reliable kit on the market, check the alkaline nature of the water on a regular basis.
The ideal range is from 6. 5 to 8, with 7.
2 is the most suitable pH.
The temperature should be the average room temperature of 26 °c, so at 22 °c-
28 ° C should be perfect for them.
It would help to keep the aquarium lights on all the time.
All fish need a place to rest, especially the pregnant mother fish.
Because the fry are good food for their parents and other fish, it is necessary to provide adequate shelter for the fry in the fish tank.
Design the tank accordingly.
There is a separate Fry area and some small plants are provided to allow the Fry to rest, feel and be safe under their protection.
Too many plants will squeeze in the tank and increase the dirt and debris in the tank.
If you don't want to squeeze tanks into the crowd, think about other ways to provide a place to rest.
There are many small shells, arches and other decorations and shelters used to decorate the fish tank on the market.
They can be used for the dual purpose of increasing attraction and helping Fry.
The water in the tank should be replaced frequently.
If you can't change the whole water then you need to make sure to replace at least 25% of the water in the tank with fresh and clean water every week.
Having the water in the tank sit too long without changing it can make it a breeding ground for bacteria and bacteria, and fry are prone to illness due to the reproduction of bacteria in the water.
It is also necessary to make sure you provide a good filter in the tank.
Maintaining adequate oxygen levels is important for the normal growth of Fry.
There are kits that can be used to check the content of nitrite, ammonia, oxygen, nitrate and other gases/compounds in the water.
Use these to mark the level of these gases/compounds.
There should be no ammonia and nitrite. e.
, 0 ppm, and the oxygen level should be sufficient, depending on the size of the tank and how many fish you have.
The nitrate content should be less than 20 ppm.
It is important to identify and classify fried foods because they do not mature until six months old.
If male and female fry are kept in the same tank, then they may breed and you will have to deal with more fry, which will most likely not be healthy.
Some fry even deform.
After the first month, you will be able to distinguish between male and female Fry, and it is better to separate them at this time.
While separating the Fry, you can separate the fry from the other fish with a fine net, save them in the same fish tank, or you can choose to save them completely in another fish tank
When they are six months old, you can put them in the fish tank with the other fish.
Also, if you use a filter in the part where the small fry in the tank is located, then make sure you cover the opening with a sponge or other suitable material so that the Fry is not sucked into the filter.
In addition to sorting fried food from guppies, as well as classifying male and female fried food, another key thing is to check fried food to see if they are all disease free and not
If this kind of Fry breed, the quality of the next Fry will also be very poor.
Therefore, it is best to separate such Fry in advance.
This practice of separating the deformed Fry is called "culling", which is an important part of fry care if you want to filter the lot and remove the low quality Fry.
Like fungi, bladder problems, sore (mainly due to unfriendly and aggressive behavior of Fry to each other), tail rot, fin rot, bleeding and losing blood, etc.
They are more susceptible to diseases caused by bacteria.
It is better to remove the sick Fry from the tank so that they do not spread the infection to other fry.
Some people add drugs to the water tank, but it is better to avoid this practice, because if the drug is given more than or less than the actual prescribed dose, it will affect the Fry in an unfavorable way.
Keep the fish tank clean, apply medicine to the fry, and feed them healthy food, all of which will help to keep the fry healthy and free from disease.
Guppies are easy to take care of and happy too!
Once you have mastered the basics of taking care of these beautiful little fish, you can enjoy their lively company as long as you wish.
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