Not a mystery snail.SM1199 said:Mystery snail? I'm getting tripped up on the "not commonly found"
conger eel?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
1. A scaleless fish
2. DOES NOT have barbels
3. Mostly dark colors
Nope!Darwinthebloodparrot said:conger eel?
I will make it more exact!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)
Otocinclus? I am thinking about them.BettasAreSuperior said:Nope!
I will make it more exact!
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
Correct! It's otocinclus.Leilio said:Otocinclus? I am thinking about them.
The noodle, "kuhli loach"?BettasAreSuperior said:Correct! It's otocinclus.
The next fish you have to guess:
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
Yup! Correct! Since you guys are getting these fish really quick it's time for a harder one.Quiche said:Maybe Endler's Livebearer?
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!SouthAmericanCichlids said:Blood parrots? Also could I do the next guess a fish?