These are just a few pictures of my fish. Speckle has proven especially hard to capture, he just can't stop moving!
So Twilight is first. He's a cambodian veiltail male, and he loves flaring and blowing bubblenests, especially at night. He's got the whole 10g to himself, but soon it will be divided and Azure and her guppy friend Speckles will move in.
Valentine is next. He's another cambodian, except his color is more focused on pink and red, as well as transparent. He's got a shredded caudal fin, from those evil plant bases who conspire to trap him.
His dorsal fin and left pelvic fin are also torn and nipped, but he was like that when I got him. Good news here, the pelvic fin has finally begun to heal.
After that is Azure. She is a female veiltail, whose color is of now unknown. I've had her since she was a little pink thing, and she's about a year old, give or take a few months. She looks to me with complete devotion and I swear that she trusts me to always give her food. She's a little begger with that face full of expectation when she sees my hand go over the tank.
And last but not least, Speckle, a little orange, black, and white guppy who swims so much that it makes me wonder if he's hyped up on sugar. It's hard to take pictures of him so take what you see and be thankful. His caudal fin is shredded, because Valentine decided that he would not
have his domain invaided by harpy little guppies anymore, so he took out his frustration on Speckle. Speckle has began the healing process a little while ago, and despite the loss of fin, he does just as much swimming in Azure's and his tank as he did before he was injured.
And that's my group! Happy day! ;)