+1. It's also cool to see what color variations you're able to get especially if you have a mix of colors amongst your guppies, but it won't be long before your guppies overload your tank. I still enjoy having them though for the time being. However, I know there will come a time when I'll have to get rid of most/all of them so that I can keep my bioload stable.At first it's pretty cool to see the whole process of nature at work.
But soon you will see your tank overrun with the pesky things.
If you have big fish, it's a good source of live food.
In my case, I've been giving them away like crazy.
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You can always buy a few more females.The other suspected male has no visible gravid spot and the bottom fin is a little spiky. He's over an inch long and has no interest in chasing the others, he's busy looking for food but hangs out with them once in a while. I'll give them time and exchange later if needed, I can easily catch them.