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Old 07-15-2012, 03:56 PM   #21
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I love naming fish. Even when I had six tanks running, I still named every single fish. As you get more fish, naming them all gets harder, but I have a bit of a naming addiction. Lol.

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Old 07-15-2012, 05:05 PM   #22
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Cool Names

Fuzzbutz and Whiskers-panda cory

Click and clack-bronze cory

MR. Orange-Red wag platy

The quartet- my four black neons

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Old 07-15-2012, 08:29 PM   #23
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i have a ram named rambo because he's a bit of a fighter.
i have a cockatoo named celo.
i have a flag cichlid named killer because he's so big but he's a big baby that's all.

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Old 07-15-2012, 08:46 PM   #24
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Hand in the air - I do I do! All 5 of my Bettas are named but my 2 CAE's are not because I don't know what sex they are. My Bettas are Simon, Berry, Rosie, Ruby & Violet, I had a 6th named Clara Bella, but I lost her back in March, she was my favorite :-(
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Mi beloved pleco was dyson. Rest in peace buddy
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I cant name fish because i would forget their names haha
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Old 07-16-2012, 04:48 AM   #27
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I do! Here we go...

Green Goblin the green spot puffer

In my 10g
Louis the male betta
Phoebe the female betta (FEmale BEtta named by my daughter)
Bob and Larry the largest of numerous Malaysian trumpet snails
4 African dwarf frogs that have no names because I can't tell them apart

My daughters 5g
Cherry the red male betta
Gary the mystery snail

My sons 10g
Suds the sunset platy
Slippery the mystery snail. They have these names because they are the only survivors of the great soap attack of 2012

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Mr. Fred the pleco
Angel the angelfish
Tetra the white cloud minnow
Ed, Edd and Eddie the black skirt tetras
Orange, Lemon and Lime the red minor tetras
Ghost the silver Molly and Shadow the black Molly

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Old 07-16-2012, 07:06 AM   #28
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Ive got 2 Orange ROck Snails named ET & Paul
2 Crayfish named Dexter & Scully
one unique coloured guppy,(tail looks like leopard skin, my kids named him DISCO Ive also heard them talk about Splish Splash and Spotty) I normally just give names to the animals I have the least amount of or when they have a very unique colouring to them.
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When I get new fish I let my niece and nephew name them they are both 2 within reason of course I dont want a fish name poopy head They love when i get a new fish its a new friend they get to name and admire. They normally name them after animals/fish they see in movies. My current sw tank is named after the madagascar movie and it fits pretty well. I wonder what they will name my corals once i get my tank setup
My biggest worry is that when I'm dead my wife will sell my aquarium gear for what I "SAID" I paid for it.
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I name mine but its only because I tend to keep fish that need their own tanks.

A few names from over the past few years are...

Buca- a JD.
Killian- a RD
Jameson- a bichir
Bud/Bud light- dovii pair
Whiskey- a Trimac
Sam/Adams- convict pair
Bean- a grammode

That's a few that I can think off the top of my head, some I didn't name I would have to go back and look at some photo albums to remember the rest.

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