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.
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by spranto8 years ago
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by ashlllley6 years ago
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