Blue Panda Guppy Pair (1 Male/1 Female)


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Blue Panda Guppies-sold in a Pair (1 Male/1 Female) Very healthy and hardy. Prolific breeders.

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Blue Panda Guppy Pair (One Male/One Female) requires at least a 10g tank and is very tolerant of changing tank conditions. Plants should be hardy varieties such as Java Fern and Java Moss that can handle the increased hardness in the tank. Other peaceful fish would make good tank mates. These are the short body version.

With Blue Panda Guppy, the males are smaller in size, have brighter coloration, along with a bigger tail fin, and pointed anal fin. The males have a dark blueish body with dark blue fins. Some call this guppy a Dwarf Panda Guppy. The females are larger in size with a duller coloration,  have a rounded anal fin, as well as a pregnancy patch on the lower portion of the body. Ideally, the environment should have a covering of floating plants or a place to hide protect the fry. The fry should be fed brine shrimp, micro food, and pulverized flakes.

The Guppy is an omnivore and requires both algae-based foods as well as meaty foods. An algae-based flake food, along with freeze-dried blood worms, and brine shrimp will provide guppies with the proper nutrition.

Click Here for other great guppy fish!  These guppies are very hardy and prolific and make a great addition to any community tank. Michael’s Fish Room guppies do well with other peaceful fish in the community tank set up.

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1 review for Blue Panda Guppy Pair (1 Male/1 Female)

  1. Tory (verified owner)

    I ordered a pair of panda guppies from Michael a few months ago. Both fish in my first order were DOA. He gave me store credit for them excluding shipping, so I decided to try again and ordered another pair. The second pair I got from him were alive but not well at all. The female could barely swim, had an extreme bent spine, and burnt gills. I expected her to die within 24 hours, but Dr. Steven Bryant helped me through medicating her, while advising me to keep these guppies far away from any other fish and to wear gloves when handling the tank because the bent spine meant a chance of fish TB which is contagious to humans. He said it’s irresponsible to ever sell someone a fish with a bent spine.

    The female did survive medication and quarantine, but was the ugliest guppy I’ve ever seen. She just died the other day, a few months after having her – all other fish in the tank are fine. I don’t think she ever had any fry, she was always very skinny and just barely surviving.
    The male also has a curved spine. He is still alive but clearly incredibly inbred and not the best swimmer. The other females in the tank are less than impressed with him, and I wouldn’t be surprised if he also produced 0 offspring.

    The male didn’t have symptoms of a disease (again, other than clear irresponsible inbreeding), however soon after adding him to my panda guppy tank I got a horrible fungal outbreak on some of the other fish, It took over a month to clear up the infection and in the process I lost every single one of my bloody mary shrimp.

    Both fish were already full grown when I received them, so who knows how old they were. Old sick fish do not make a good “breeding pair”, which is what they were sold to me as. I suspect these fish were imported for Asia. At least I really HOPE they were, and that Michael isn’t breeding such awful fish in his fish room.

    Ultimately all that I got out of this transaction was loss. I paid for shipping twice plus the cost of the fish. I then paid for medications to keep the female from dying, then more medications to keep my tank from dying, and lost all of my shrimp in the process. I got zero fry from this “breeding pair.”

    I would not recommend buying fish from Michael’s Fish Room and will not be purchasing from him again.

    • Michael Skurnik

      I am so sorry you had an issue a second time. I would have never shipped a fish with a bent spine had I saw it. I guess it wasn’t TB as she did survive as did the male you received. I would have for sure helped somehow had you only said something to me. I am not sure why you felt it OK to tell your story here, without telling me first. Anyway, Are you saying you had a fish you bought from me a few months prior gave a second tank a fungus? I am not sure how that could be related to me? Once again I am very sorry for your issue, and next time, please reach out to the seller if you have an issue.

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