Beginer fish for beginer people

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Beginer fish for beginer people

Post  DavidLychorn on Thu Dec 27, 2007 4:31 pm

I'm a self- proclaimed fish nerd, so I'd love to help you with any question you might have. Though, I know Rachel is also quite the avid fish keeper as well! Very Happy Here, I'd like to suggest a few species that are almost always a guarantee for a new tank!
Community: Zebra Danios, Cherry Barbs, Red Minor Tetras, Black Phantom Tetras, or Tri-banded Tetras, (Gold skirts, black skirts).
These fish are best suited for a new tank because the are smaller, colorful, schooling, and incredibly durable. They are also all compatible with many of the other community varieties you'll likely want to add, such as Guppies, Mollies, plecos, and Platies.
Semi- Aggressive: Silver Dollars, Gouramis; (especially Paradise species), Dwarf Cichlids, such as Curviceps and Key-hole specimens, and Polypterus Senigalis, (Dinosaur Eels).
I'll go into more detail if you wish, that's all for now!
~ Cheers,
D.

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Re: Beginer fish for beginer people

Post  Rachel on Thu Dec 27, 2007 7:53 pm

I seem to remember a time where, you having a fish tank would have been un-heard of. Now you have, 3 I think. I saw pictures of your 75 gallon, very nice Wink
All I had to do was present you with a little calico looking goldfish and your love of fish blossomed from there.

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