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Old 07-13-2012, 09:03 PM   #71
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Coris aygula ( twin spot wrasse.)
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Old 07-13-2012, 11:41 PM   #72
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Well both Telescope Goldfish and Celestial Eye Fancy Goldfish are common names. Common names for different fish though.
Lol I'm an idiot but it's ok cuz I've excepted it :P
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Old 07-14-2012, 04:25 PM   #73
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Sorry guys, went to grandmas . No internet lol.

It is a twin spot wrasse.
The two pictured will soon have to be separated as to avoid aggression.

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This is a FW fish

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Angel fish!!!!!
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Old 07-14-2012, 04:40 PM   #75
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Haha yep!

( his name is DeVille)

Angelfish can range from solid black to pure white and silver. They will be aggressive during breeding to defend the fry, but are gorgeous additions to any tank. ( above 30 gallons)

This next one is also FW

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Old 07-14-2012, 06:55 PM   #76
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Is the second pic a lyre tail Molly?and the first a betta splendens
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Second pic sailfin molly. First is betta splendens.
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Yup and yup!

Betas are aggressive fish, and should be kept alone. Some may be able to be kept with other fish, but most cannot. Betas have a labyrinth organ, which enables them to breathe air when the water is depleted.


The molly is a live bearer. They come in all colors shapes and sizes. You can tell the sex of a molly ( or any livebearer) by its anal fin. If it is pointed like a pencil, its male, but if its fanned out like a well, a fan, then its female. (live bearers give birth to live and swimming fry. )

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Yup and yup!

Betas are aggressive fish, and should be kept alone. Some may be able to be kept with other fish, but most cannot. Betas have a labyrinth organ, which enables them to breathe air when the water is depleted.

The molly is a live bearer. They come in all colors shapes and sizes. You can tell the sex of a molly ( or any livebearer) by its anal fin. If it is pointed like a pencil, its male, but if its fanned out like a well, a fan, then its female. (live bearers give birth to live and swimming fry. )

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Some kind of Cory, can't tell which though. Maybe an albino of some sort?
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It is a cory, but its not albino. ( he was hiding under a leaf so its shaded.) but its an emerald green cory.

These cute guys are best kept in groups of 6 or more, and any less they may be stressed. They love to sift through my sand and are just adorable!

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