Guppies: Popular and versatile aquarium fish. Small size, diverse colors, patterns, and tail styles. Effective mosquito larvae eaters.
Mollies: Versatile and hardy fish. Larger size, salt-loving, and adaptable. Easy to care for, available in various colors.
Sailfin Molly: Popular species, coastal origins. Up to 4-5 inches. Thrives with saltwater. Colorful dorsal fins, vegetarian diet.
Yucatan Molly: Large size, distinct dorsal fin rays. Males up to 6 inches, females up to 8 inches. Requires warm, saltwater environment.
Southern Platy: Popular livebearer with various colors and forms. Tolerates different conditions, thrives in warm, slightly salty water. 10-gallon tank recommended.
Variable Platies: Smaller size, limited color options (gold, red, black). Easy to care for, hardy. Thrive in moderate temperatures, alkaline water.
Endler's Livebearers: Colorful nano fish for small tanks. Similar to guppies in breeding and care. Also known as Endler's guppies.
Swordtail livebearers: Vibrant fish from Mexico & Central America. Colorful males with extended tail fins. Easy to care for & non-fussy eaters.
Redtail splitfin: Hardy livebearer, 2-3 inches long. Suitable for small tanks. Tolerant of various conditions. Not picky eaters. Ideal for beginners.
Endangered Skiffia multipunctata: Small fish (2 inches). Caution required. Suitable for 10-gallon tank. Males nip each other. Not picky eaters.