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BettasAreSuperior

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Sorry, to be bugging you but FinalFins it's your turn.
 

Kribensis27

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Ok, someone else go I guess.
 

BettasAreSuperior

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Kribensis27 said:
Ok, someone else go I guess.
BettasAreSuperior said:
Sorry, to be bugging you but FinalFins it's your turn.
Ok, I will just go.
Clues:
1. It is a type of corydora
2. The type of corydora is not that popular and is hard to find compared to others
3. It has black stripes and a peachish-orange strip on its body.
4. It is from Rio Negro basin in Brazil.
 

Kribensis27

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BettasAreSuperior said:
Ok, I will just go.
Clues:
1. It is a type of corydora
2. The type of corydora is not that popular and is hard to find compared to others
3. It has black stripes and a peachish-orange strip on its body.
4. It is from Rio Negro basin in Brazil.
Corydoras adolfoi?
Aeneus?
Burgessi?
 

AcornTheBetta

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BettasAreSuperior

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Kribensis27 said:
Corydoras adolfoi?
Aeneus?
Burgessi?
AcornTheBetta said:
I think ur right.
Correct! Corydoras adolfoi. Since Kribensis27 you got it right you can go. if you don't want to go just pick someone else!
 

Kribensis27

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I did a Rio Negro biotope a while ago, so I know about a lot of the corydoras that live there.
BettasAreSuperior said:
Correct! Corydoras adolfoi. Since Kribensis27 you got it right you can go. if you don't want to go just pick someone else!
ok, I’m thinking of another fish
 

AcornTheBetta

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Kribensis27 said:
I did a Rio Negro biotope a while ago, so I know about a lot of the corydoras that live there.

ok, I’m thinking of another fish
Do you have a picture of that tank?
 

Kribensis27

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AcornTheBetta said:
Do you have a picture of that tank?
I’ll have to look for one. I’ll put it here if I find it.
 

AcornTheBetta

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Kribensis27 said:
I’ll have to look for one. I’ll put it here if I find it.
Have you thought of a fish yet?
 

Kribensis27

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AcornTheBetta said:
Have you thought of a fish yet?
Yes, here it is. It is a small (1 inch) tetra from the Rio Negro basin. It is an extremely popular aquarium fish, and often confused with its smaller relative. It will do well in a very wide range of conditions, however prefers soft, slightly acidic water. It does best in a large school or shoal with some other small and peaceful fish nearby.
 

AcornTheBetta

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Kribensis27 said:
Yes, here it is. It is a small (1 inch) tetra from the Rio Negro basin. It is an extremely popular aquarium fish, and often confused with its smaller relative. It will do well in a very wide range of conditions, however prefers soft, slightly acidic water. It does best in a large school or shoal with some other small and peaceful fish nearby.
Neon tetra?
 

Kribensis27

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AcornTheBetta said:
Neon tetra?
Close! Remember the part about the smaller relative...
 

AcornTheBetta

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False Neon
 

Kribensis27

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Kribensis27

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Kribensis27

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BettasAreSuperior

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Bettamay

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This is an easy one -
They are some of the smartest fish out there.
They are thrive in groups of 3+ are carnivorous, and are not community fish.
 

BettasAreSuperior

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Bettamay said:
This is an easy one -
They are some of the smartest fish out there.
They are thrive in groups of 3+ are carnivorous, and are not community fish.
Betta fish or gouramis?
 

Bettamay

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Bettas ARE the smartest fish out there IMO but no. Not gourami’s either.
 

Kribensis27

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Bettamay said:
This is an easy one -
They are some of the smartest fish out there.
They are thrive in groups of 3+ are carnivorous, and are not community fish.
Is it a cichlid of some sort?
 

Bettamay

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No, they are native to South America
 

Kribensis27

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Bettamay

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No... they’re sometimes referred to Water Dogs because of their intelligence.
 

AcornTheBetta

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Bettamay said:
No... they’re sometimes referred to Water Dogs because of their intelligence.
Oscars?
 

Kribensis27

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Bettamay

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Oh wait yes! I forgot Oscars are Cichlids! Sorry!
It’s an Oscar!
 

AcornTheBetta

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Yay my turn.
1. Livebearer
2. Gets up to 3 inches
3. From India and SE Asia.
 

Bettamay

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Halfbeaks?
 

Kribensis27

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AcornTheBetta said:
Yay my turn.
1. Livebearer
2. Gets up to 3 inches
3. From India and SE Asia.
Wrestling halfbeak?
 

AcornTheBetta

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Dang it. Yall too good. Mouska
 

BettasAreSuperior

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Mouska said:
Wrestling Halfbeak?
AcornTheBetta said:
Dang it. Yall too good. Mouska
lol, sorry I am inactive on this thread sometimes I don't go on fishlore for hours. Anyway, Mouska you got it right!
 

veggieshark

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Goliath tigerfish
Edit: Oh, I just got in from the third page. Nevermind!
 

Mouska

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This fish is a cichlid.
It is native to lake Tanganyika.
This species swims in schools and is an open water spawner.
The females then keep the eggs and fry in their mouth for around 3 weeks.
 

BettasAreSuperior

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Mouska said:
This fish is a cichlid.
It is native to lake Tanganyika.
This species swims in schools and is an open water spawner.
The females then keep the eggs and fry in their mouth for around 3 weeks.
Hmmm...... is it Astatotilapia burtoni ? The reason I know is because I did a bunch of research on cichlids and they stood out because they keep their fry in their mouth
 

AcornTheBetta

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BettasAreSuperior said:
Hmmm...... is it Astatotilapia burtoni ? The reason I know is because I did a bunch of research on cichlids and they stood out because they keep their fry in their mouth
Wouldn't have known that...
 

Mouska

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BettasAreSuperior said:
Hmmm...... is it Astatotilapia burtoni ? The reason I know is because I did a bunch of research on cichlids and they stood out because they keep their fry in their mouth
No.
 

BettasAreSuperior

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Mouska said:
Hmmmm.... I thought it was that type of cichlid. Lol, I am stumped.
AcornTheBetta said:
Wouldn't have known that...
Like I said I did a bunch of research on cichlids because I thought I wanted to keep one but I changed my mind.
 

Bettamay

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Herring/Sardine Cichlids?
Cyprichromis Is the Latin name.
 

Mouska

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Bettamay said:
Herring/Sardine Cichlids?
Cyprichromis Is the Latin name.
Correct! Yeah they are cichlids I definitely want to keep them at some point but am unable to at the moment.
 

AcornTheBetta

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Bettamay ur turn
 

Bettamay

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Ok,

These tetras are not very known. They are clear, and sport a similar line to black line tetras.
 

Mouska

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Costae tetra?
 
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fishbreeeder

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hi this it fishbreeder
 

AcornTheBetta

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Bettamay was Mouska right?
 

BettasAreSuperior

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Bettamay said:
Ok,

These tetras are not very known. They are clear, and sport a similar line to black line tetras.
Painted glass tetra? Also, like AcornTheBetta said, Bettamay , was Mouska right?
 

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