Game: Guess the fish - Page 3

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jkkgron2 said:
fine then let's keep playing but now you make the fish i ran out
 
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kallililly1973 said:
Very tight schooling fish often labeled as fin nippers males usually have an orange nose
platy
 
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kallililly1973 said:
Very tight schooling fish often labeled as fin nippers males usually have an orange nose
Tiger barb?
 
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bgntoc said:
My dwarf hamster. Jk. PEa puffer?
Hahah nice yup!! Your turn
 
flyinGourami
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K for some reason I'm scared. This fish is from south America(yes I know, not specific at all), from "streams throughout the jungle". Its very similar to neons and are carnivorous I believe.
 
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Can I do one?
 
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i have to go so bgnotog is in charge till i come back
 
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New clue: This fish is a schooling fish that needs a group of 5+ to be happy. They need a 20+ gallon tank and are bottom feeders. They are semi-commonly found in pet stores and come in a few varieties.
 
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Bloodfeather said:
New clue: This fish is a schooling fish that needs a group of 5+ to be happy. They need a 20+ gallon tank and are bottom feeders. They are semi-commonly found in pet stores and come in a few varieties.
Corydoras catfish?
 
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bgntoc said:
Yep!
New clue: These fish are bottom dwellers, and will eat smaller fish if they can. They get rather large, needing a 35 gallon or bigger. There are two main variants. They have barbs/spikes on their pectoral fins that can cause them to get stuck in nets so you have to be careful when moving them. They are also nocturnal. They have been reported to reach 8 inches, but not confirmed, and most get to 6.
 
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FinalFins said:
Bumblebee catfish? Pictus catfish?

Don't think 8 inch fish can go in a 35
Nope, and it has only been reported that they can reach 8", not confirmed.

kallililly1973 said:
Nope, but similar family. (catfish)
 
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new clue: these fish i have
 
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Wait what about mine?
 
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Bloodfeather said:
Wait what about mine?
I guess no one was able to figure it out
 
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I have one:

Its an invertebrate and they get 2”, not super commonly found but well known
 
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SM1199 said:
Amano shrimp?
Nope.

This might give it away, but it’s a snail
 
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SM1199 said:
Mystery snail? I'm getting tripped up on the "not commonly found"
Not a mystery snail.
What I mean by not commonly found is I don’t know anyone who owns one, but theyre pretty well known IMO.
 
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erinw347 said:
Not a mystery snail.
What I mean by not commonly found is I don’t know anyone who owns one, but theyre pretty well known IMO.
Rabbit snail
 
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So, I got this idea from another thread started by I think the username was fishbreeder. Sorry, I don't remember the username. Anyway, We will be guessing the fish! I will go first

Clues
1. A scaleless fish
2. DOES NOT have barbels
3. Mostly dark colors
 
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BettasAreSuperior said:
So, I got this idea from another thread started by I think the username was fishbreeder. Sorry, I don't remember the username. Anyway, We will be guessing the fish! I will go first

Clues
1. A scaleless fish
2. DOES NOT have barbels
3. Mostly dark colors
conger eel?
 
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African lungfish, common pleco, Several hillstream loaches would fit under the category aswell. I think needs to be more exact, such as location it originates from, or what order it comes from (ex. perciformes, anabantiformes)
 
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Darwinthebloodparrot said:
conger eel?
Nope!
FinalFins said:
African lungfish, common pleco, Several hillstream loaches would fit under the category aswell. I think needs to be more exact, such as location it originates from, or what order it comes from (ex. perciformes, anabantiformes)
I will make it more exact!

Clues:
1. This species should have a fully belly that looks like a pearl at all times
2. This species is usually wild caught
3. It is from South America
 
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Knife fish?
 
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BettasAreSuperior said:
Nope!

I will make it more exact!

Clues:
1. This species should have a fully belly that looks like a pearl at all times
2. This species is usually wild caught
3. It is from South America
Otocinclus? I am thinking about them.
 
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Leilio said:
Otocinclus? I am thinking about them.
Correct! It's otocinclus.

The next fish you have to guess:

Clues:
1. It has an eel shaped body
2. Is known to be very shy
3. It is a type of loach
4. It is a bottom dweller
 
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BettasAreSuperior said:
Correct! It's otocinclus.

The next fish you have to guess:

Clues:
1. It has an eel shaped body
2. Is known to be very shy
3. It is a type of loach
4. It is a bottom dweller
The noodle, "kuhli loach"?
 
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Leilio said:
The noodle, "kuhli loach"?
Correct! Next one!

1. It is a livebearer
2. It is one of the smaller livebears
3, It has livebearer in it's name
4. Small and colorful
5. Not usually sold in big box pet stores
 
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Quiche said:
Maybe Endler's Livebearer?
Yup! Correct! Since you guys are getting these fish really quick it's time for a harder one.

1. these fish like hot, hot temperatures!
3. They get quite huge
4. These "are funny fish and a hit at birthday parties"
 
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SouthAmericanCichlids said:
Blood parrots? Also could I do the next guess a fish?
Yes, sorry I just realized that I should be giving other people a chance. I am sorry. You can go next! SouthAmericanCichlids you can go next and after that whoever guesses the fish right will get the chance to put clues out and go next but SouthAmericanCichlids you are the first to go on the list whether you get it right or wrong!
Also, no, incorrect!

More clues:
1. It has a black stripe body with red fins and a tan-orange body.
2. They like quite hot temps again
3. they are clowns
 

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