The Black Moscow is a beautiful solid black guppy which occasionally may have hints of blueish green sheen due to the use of the Moscow strains from Russia to create this highly demanded variety.
The popular guppy is not a picky eater, it will thrive and remain very colourful on a varied diet of meaty food that is supplemented with spirulina or other nutritious vegetable matter. High-quality and flake food, pellets and frozen or freeze-dried tubifex and bloodworms will all be readily accepted.
A hard water fish in nature and while it may manage in soft and/or acidic conditions, long-term maintenance should be provided for guppies in moderately hard or harder water. Unfussy, though a planted tank with floating vegetation is appreciated. Strong currents should be avoided.
Scientific Name:Poecilia reticulatus
Size:2 cmTemperature:21 °C to 29 °CpH Range:5.0 to 7.5Origin:MalaysiaStendker Discus:CompatibleDwarf Shrimps:Non-Compatible