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What's your favorite freshwater aquarium fish?
Theres so many...Its hard to choose
In my opinion, Killifish are the most beautiful of all freshwater aquarium fish.
Oh goodness -- yes, WAY too many to choose . While I have a wide assortment of favorites depending on the size and type of tank, I think the most fascinating to me would have to be ghost knives. Maybe because they're one of the few that I have not yet had enough gallons to keep and grow out into their full splendor . I do have to agree that killis are absolutely gorgeous, though. I'm in the midst of outfitting a retail fish house for freshwater aquarium fish that will eventually hold 400 tanks -- this is the only fact I can present that fully demonstrates how difficult it really is for me to choose a favorite.
I'm a fan of otocinclus, synodontis, and other algae eaters/bottom feeders.
Iridescent sharks. I just think they're super cool looking.
by visionandfocus4 years ago
What's the easiest (hardiest?) fish to keep at home in a freshwater aquarium?Worrying about how long they'll last. What if we bonded and then they reach the end of their short life-span, or if I shortened their life...
by ReefAdvise4 years ago
If you were to buy an aquarium, what would it be? freshwater or saltwater?
by BloodRedPen8 years ago
In the U.S. since the 1990s it's been a common practice to add salt to freshwater aquariums to prevent some diseases and balance osmotic pressure. it's been added for so many years that some freshwater fish get sick and...
by spranto8 years ago
If you could choose from all the freshwater fishes that exists on earth what would be the one that you would pick?
by The Examiner-13 years ago
When do you find fish in the trees?
by ashlllley7 years ago
How much aquarium salt per liter?I have a 1 gallon and a 3.4 L tank.
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