Are you sure you want to delete this answer? Yes Sorry, something has gone wrong. First, unless your female was a virgin and in my experience most of them are no better than street walker, then there is no telling who the father is, because they can actually store and use semen for a certain number of births. You would have to look the number up.
Sex and the Single Guppy 1. If being flashy and colorful attracts predators, why do you think guppies are so colorful? One reason that the guppies are so colorful is because the genes are passed done from past generations. The bright colors on the males also attract female guppies.
The females are more drab and grey, which makes them less visible to their predators. The higher amounts of courtship the male guppy has, the more likely the chance they will be able to mate. Females preferred males with higher courtship rates.
After viewing the guppy gallery, pick the fish you find most interesting. Describe the coloration of the fish you chose. The common name of the fish we chose was the Guppy or the millions fish.
The scientific name of it is Poecilla Retriculata. The average size of it is 1. The fish has an orange and black fin on its back and the back tail is a green. The main body of the fish has splotches of yellow and around it is a charcoal black.
The lower fin, like the tail, is also green. After viewing the predator gallery, pick the fish you find most interesting. The common name of the fish we chose was the Pike Cichlid. The scientific name is the Crenicichla Alta. The average size is 12 inches or 20 centimeters.
The fish is mainly pink and it has different hues of the color. Some of the pink shades include, bubble gum pink, a purply pink, dark pink, etc. Habitat conditions that could affect predator populations include natural rock dams, small pools, and open rivers.
Guppies that live above small rock dams face a moderate amount of predators, while guppies that live above large rock dams enjoy little to no predators. Small pools of water can sustain small numbers of guppies, but are not deep enough for larger predators. The place where predators thrive are the large open rivers with lots of water and no hidden places.
Who is John Endler?
What did he study and where did he study it? He studied the evolution of guppies and how their colors affected them in Trinidad. For each of the three stream areas, describe the guppy coloration Pool 1: In pool 1, the guppies are extremely bright with multi-colored, large spots. There is a total of 75 guppies in Pool 1.
There is also a total of 12 predators in the pool. In pool 2, the guppies are medium coloration on the body and tail, with medium sized spots. There is a total of 83 guppies in Pool 2 and 22 predators as well.Ecology Reflection Monday, November 1, Sex and the Single Guppy.
1. If being flashy and colorful attracts predators, why do you think guppies are so colorful? Male guppies live in a crossfire because if they are brightly coloured they attract the most mates but have a higher chance of getting eaten, but if they are dark coloured they.
I had 9 guppies, I don’t know how many males and females there were (they were given to us). We had them in a gallon tank, then just recently moved them to a 2 gallon tank.
I know 1 was huge, like, ready to have babies Yesterday all the guppies were dead except . Oct 06, · Also my guppy fry are about 1cm long and they are 37 day old and I have 2 plants but they don't float, can I still put them in my 20 L tank with 4 other Guppies, 2 Anglefish, a bristlenose catfish and a platy?
Start studying BILD 3 Midterm. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. -females prefer more colorful males but being more colorful increases the chance of getting eaten by predators Mate selection is random with respect to whether or not an individual is a carrier for the PKU allele 3.
Nov 01, · Male guppies live in a crossfire because if they are brightly coloured they attract the most mates but have a higher chance of getting eaten, but if they are dark coloured they have a harder time attracting mates, but have a lower chance of getting eaten.
The guppies upstream of a water posed a barrier to predators, therefore, colorful guppies thrive in reproduction and mating and are also sexually selected to thriver over dull guppies because they are more attractive to female guppies or sexually selected than dull colored guppies.