The snow white guppy is a beautiful and rare guppy fish. As the name suggests, it has a pure snow-white body with large snow-white tail and fins. This guppy can coexist with other peaceful community fish. This guppy looks beautiful when in groups and especially in a planted aquarium tank. Both males and females have a snow-white triangular tail and fin.
They are very peaceful and gentle, making them an excellent choice for any aquarium. They prefer still water with lots of vegetation and hiding places. The males of this species can grow to up to 2 inches in length while the female can grow up to 3 inches in length. Like other guppy fish, they will feedings of small nutritious food or frozen dry worms. Water changes once in 15 days are important for the health of these snow-white guppies. They can breed up to 30 to 50 fries once every 4 to 6 weeks. They live well at a temperature of 75 to 80 Fahrenheit.
White tiger guppy
The white tiger guppy is an exotic guppy fish variety that is very rare., also known as the ghost guppy, is a popular freshwater aquarium fish. This white guppy fish is known for their white and black striped pattern, which resemble that of a white tiger. They have a lifespan of 3-5 years and grow to approximately 1-2 inches in length. They are easy to take care of and live at a temperature around 75 to 80 Fahrenheit.
White Chocolate Guppy
The white chocolate guppy is an exotic guppy fish variety whose body and tail coloring pattern look like white chocolate. This white guppy fish is known for beauty and can grow to approximately 1-2 inches in length.
Milk white Guppy
This guppy is a bit tough to keep as they are fragile. Once you set them with right conditions in the aquarium, they can live up to 3 years and grow up to 2 inches. They live at a temperature around 75 to 80 Fahrenheit.
White Tuxedo Guppy
The white tuxedo guppy is a stunning guppy fish species known for its elegant appearance. This guppy features a white body with black coloring in its mid-section. These white tuxedo guppies are hardy and live best at temperatures around 75-to-81-degree Fahrenheit.