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Old 01-16-2007, 04:51 AM   #11
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Wild-type/feeder guppies....really very beautiful when given a chance (and a nice, small, planted tank).
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Old 01-16-2007, 06:20 AM   #12
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I agree on the rubber lip plecos. When they are on the glass munching, my kids are on the floor dying in laughter because of they way they look.

The other one I really like but doesn't seem to get a lot of respect are serpae tetras. They're just kind of there, but in a big group, they have very interesting interactions. I have 7 that sleep in a straight line, side by side. I really need to get a picture of that.
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I agree on the Bolivian Rams (saw those for the first time last week)
Marble Hatchets too
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another fish is the "black neon tetras" because to most people that I have talked to, they all refuse them because they "dont have color" sure they do, you just have to give them the right conditions! I have 3, they have a beautiful blue line down that black/grey body!
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White clouds and many small danios...which are actually quite attractive when fully mature (which you rarely see in shops).
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