The Krish Cobra Guppy, also known as the Cobra Guppy, is a small and colorful freshwater fish that is popular among aquarium enthusiasts. The males have a unique and distinctive pattern of dark stripes that resemble the hood of a cobra, hence the name.
The body of the Krish Cobra Guppy is slender and elongated, with a slightly curved back. The males have a more colorful and striking appearance than the females, with a range of bright colors including blue, green, and red. The fins of the males are also larger and more elaborate than those of the females.
Krish Cobra Guppies are hardy fish and relatively easy to care for, making them a popular choice for both beginner and experienced fish keepers. They are peaceful and can be kept in small groups in a planted aquarium with a variety of other peaceful fish species.
The diet of the Krish Cobra Guppy should consist of high-quality flake or pellet food, supplemented with occasional live or frozen food such as brine shrimp or bloodworms. They prefer slightly alkaline water with a pH between 7.0 and 8.2, and a temperature between 72°F and 82°F.
Krish Cobra Guppies are livebearers, meaning that they give birth to live fry rather than laying eggs. They are prolific breeders, so if you keep a male and female together, you can expect to see plenty of baby fish in your aquarium.