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Guppy Gallery - Multi

The multicolor guppy ideally has 3 or more distinct colors that are equally distributed in the tail. Each color must have 15% or more of the tail area to be considered a tail color. The dorsal should match the color and pattern of the tail.

 
multicolor guppy
This fish would be entered in the multi class.
Multicolor Guppy This fish would be entered in the multi class.
Multicolor Guppy Gold This fish would be entered in the multi class. This fish is genetically blonde.
Multi meduza guppy This fish would be entered in the multi class. This fish is a meduza type guppy and has more than 3 colors in the tail to qualify for a multi. Snake pattern on the body is less than 60% so not considered a snakeskin as per IFGA.
Multicolor Guppy
This fish would be entered in the multi class.
Guppy Multicolor This fish would be entered in the multi class.
This fish would be entered in the multi class.
Multicolor Guppy This fish would be entered in the multi class. Notice the reticulate pattern in the front part of the body and the strong lace pattern in the tail.
Multicolor Guppy This fish would be entered in the multi class. This is a result from crossing Maisel line to a green female. F2 generation
Multicolor Guppy This fish would be entered in the multi class.
Multicolor Guppy This fish would be entered in the multi class. This guppy carries the Y-link traits for the metal head and snakeskin.
This fish would be entered in the multi class.
This fish would be entered in the multi class.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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