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Old 07-10-2012, 10:18 PM   #41
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who wouldnt want more color? It one thing is you like natives, its unique. But the average joe wants activity and color right?

Oh totally. Its just that some of the most colorful fw fish, which are considered the prettiest, can compare to the looks of cheaper saltwater fish. Thats why i used the example of the discus to the chalk. Theres no way sw fish will ever be cheap though..
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Old 07-10-2012, 10:21 PM   #42
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How are there more things to do in a sw tank? You've got fish and then You can have stuff growin on rocks, or stuff growin on rocks. Lol
In sw you have corals, fish, anemones, coralline algae..blah blah i can go on and on. Fw have what? Plants and fish...
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I'm pretty sure the only freshwater fish that look like trout and catfish are trout and catfish.
Every other fish have the same color same design. All you see are scales and stuff. Most colorful fish I've seen in fw is a guppy lol.
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Plants, fish, algae, inverts, crustaceans, mollusks, reptiles, etc. The list goes on.

Again. Ignorance of options does not eliminate their viability.
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In sw you have corals, fish, anemones, coralline algae..blah blah i can go on and on.
Yea. Fish and stuff growin on rocks. Lol
Idk how you can say that about fw not having bright colors or designs. Like o said, Google discus.
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Yea. Fish and stuff growin on rocks. Lol
Idk how you can say that about fw not having bright colors or designs. Like o said, Google discus.
Google discussion?!
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Yea. Fish and stuff growin on rocks. Lol
Idk how you can say that about fw not having bright colors or designs. Like o said, Google discus.
Thats one fw fish that is colorful. Besides the guppy.
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Discus are a type of fish. "Discus".

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Thats one fw fish that is colorful. Besides the guppy.
There's thousands of colorful freshwater fish.
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A discus fish will only compare to a saltwater $4.99 damsel.
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