What are some good starter fish for a fresh water aquarium?
What are some fresh water fish that get along with other fish, or fish that are relatively easy to take care of?
Neon tetras, Glowlight tetras, Black neon tetras, Rummy nose tetras, pretty much any type of small tetra...Harlequin rasboras, Bettas, Zebra danios, Corydoras (also known as cory cats), and Cherry barbs are all excellent, typically hardly, easy fish to care for and they will all cohabitate with one another in an appropriately sized tank.
Many people think that Bettas must be confined to a bowl, but they actually do well in full-sized tanks providing the filter is not too strong. They will usually not act aggressively to fish unless the fish are other Bettas, but some Bettas will accept any tankmate given they have enough room to themselves.
by spranto 11 years ago
Since I love fish, I would like to share some experiences among hubbers. Anyone here?
by keith23 8 years ago
can clown fish life in fresh water tropical tank
by Lee Stapley 4 years ago
Problems with my green spotty puff fish can he stay in fresh waterCan my green sported puff fish live In just fresh water ? Or do I have to ad salt as I do have other fish . He is a junior I have had him for two months and love the little thing
by milleramanda53 7 years ago
Which is better salt water or fresh water fish to cook?
by Sp Greaney 5 years ago
Why does your goldfish die even when you look after them?Is it possible that the pet store could be selling sick fish and not know it.
by nashistephan 8 years ago
do cut flowers last longer in fresh water ,salt water, soapy waterits an ex periment iam doing
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