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Guppy Gallery - AOC Bicolor

The AOC bicolor class (Any Other Color Bicolor) covers all bicolor types that do not fit in blue green or red bicolor classes. A bicolor must have a base color and the secondary color must be at least 25% of the tail color. Both colors must be distinct. No other third color that is more that 15% should be present or it would considered a multi-colored guppy. The dorsal should match the same color and pattern in the tail.

 
purple bicolor AOC bicolor guppy Purple bicolor which would be entered in the AOC bicolor class. meduza related guppy showing the large black markings on the body. Not considered a snakeskin as per IFGA.
AOC Bicolor Guppy

Bicolor which would be entered in the AOC bicolor class. Though there is a third color on the upper and lower rays of the tail, it is not well defined and does not qualify as a multi.

AOC bicolor purple grass guppy Purple bicolor which would be entered in the AOC bicolor class. This is commonly known as a grass type guppy. Has blau gene to block red gene that it carries.
purple bicolor AOC bicolor guppy
Purple bicolor which would be entered in the AOC bicolor class.
purple bicolor AOC bicolor guppy
Genetic gold purple bicolor which would be entered in the AOC bicolor class..
Pastel bicolor guppy aoc
Pastel bicolor which would be entered in the AOC bicolor class..
Snake cobra  bicolor AOC bicolor guppy
Yellow bicolor guppy. This is a genetically a snakeskin and zebrinous male. The zebrinous bars have masked some of the snakeskin rossette pattern. Since there is less than 60% rossette body pattern this fish is entered in the AOC bicolor class.

 

 

 

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