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SouthAmericanCichlids
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Kribensis27
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SouthAmericanCichlids said:
Paradise fish? That's all I can think of.
Nope, same family though.
 
SouthAmericanCichlids
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I think I've got it! The licorice gourami.
 
Kribensis27
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SouthAmericanCichlids said:
I think I've got it! The licorice gourami.
Sorry, also no . While it is related to gouramis, it isn't usually referred to as a gourami.
 
SouthAmericanCichlids
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This is going to bother me all night.
 
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Kribensis27
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SouthAmericanCichlids said:
Can we get another hint, also is it archer fish?
Not archer fish. This fish is named after its mouth size.
 
veggieshark
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Thick lipped gourami.
 
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fishbreeeder
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Donovan Jones
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Betta albimarginata?
Edit...saw the mouth hint...macrostoma I'd my new guess
 
Kribensis27
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veggieshark said:
Thick lipped gourami.
fishbreeeder said:
The kissing gourami? I'm lost...
Nope, it isn't called a gourami. It's related to them, but doesn't look much like one, and also doesn't have "gourami" in its name. It's usually referred to by its species name, not its common name.
Donovan Jones said:
Betta albimarginata?
Edit...saw the mouth hint...macrostoma I'd my new guess
Correct! It’s macrostoma.
 
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Kribensis27 said:
Nope, it isn't called a gourami. It's related to them, but doesn't look much like one, and also doesn't have "gourami" in its name. It's usually referred to by its species name, not its common name.

Correct! It’s macrostoma.
Alright this fish is a small small yellow boi native to the new world
 
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SouthAmericanCichlids said:
Honey gourami?
I think honeys are an Old World fish.
 
SouthAmericanCichlids
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Oh, yeah. Your right. Southeast asia I believe.
 
Donovan Jones
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North American native
 
Kribensis27
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AcornTheBetta
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Banded killi (Fundulus diaphanus)?
 
Donovan Jones
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AcornTheBetta said:
Banded killi (Fundulus diaphanus)?
Nope, think smaller
 
AcornTheBetta
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Leptolucania ommata?
 
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Donovan Jones said:
DingDingDing!
U win
Yay! My turn!

This fish lives from Texas to Mexico and is pink with an iridescent sheen.
 
SouthAmericanCichlids
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Blind cave fish?
 
AcornTheBetta
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SouthAmericanCichlids
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My fish is also named after their eyes, but dwells at the top of the tank.
 
Kribensis27
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SouthAmericanCichlids said:
My fish is also named after their eyes, but dwells at the top of the tank.
Lampeye killi?
 
SouthAmericanCichlids
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Nope
 
Donovan Jones
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Four eyed live bearer? Anableps I believe is the genus?
 
SouthAmericanCichlids
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Yep. i.e. 4 eyed halfbeak. Your turn.
 
Donovan Jones
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SouthAmericanCichlids said:
Yep. i.e. 4 eyed halfbeak. Your turn.
This fish is beautiful on its own but overshadowed by a more delicate cousin
 
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Donovan Jones said:
This fish is beautiful on its own but overshadowed by a more delicate cousin
Bolivian (Altinsposa) ram?
 
Donovan Jones
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SouthAmericanCichlids said:
Bolivian (Altinsposa) ram?
That was quick lol, your turn
 
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Donovan Jones said:
That was quick lol, your turn
Messy and are often available in albino forms.
Tell me if you need another hint
 
Kribensis27
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SouthAmericanCichlids
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Nope. Are coldwater.
 
Donovan Jones
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Channel cats?
 
SouthAmericanCichlids
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Okay, last hint, technically not a fish, but often mistaken for a fish.
 
Kribensis27
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SouthAmericanCichlids said:
Okay, last hint, technically not a fish, but often mistaken for a fish.
Axolotl?
 
SouthAmericanCichlids
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Kribensis27 said:
Yep! Sorry, is this game just for fish, or can we include stuff like ADF or MTS or LFS. (Wait not that last one)


Well, anyway, your turn.
 
Kribensis27
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SouthAmericanCichlids said:
Yep! Sorry, is this game just for fish, or can we include stuff like ADF or MTS or LFS. (Wait not that last one)


Well, anyway, your turn.
Nah, I think you can do any aquatic animal.

Anyway, here's mine.

This fish is native to Australia, and can live in both fresh & brackish water. The males have a very large head, characteristic of this family. The males also become very colorful during breeding season. It usually grows to somewhere between 3 and 4 inches, although it may get a bit bigger.
 
SouthAmericanCichlids
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Chromus?
 
Kribensis27
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SouthAmericanCichlids said:
Nope, the males turn red, black, and white for breeding season.
 
Donovan Jones
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Is it a rainbow of some sort?
 
Kribensis27
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Donovan Jones said:
Is it a rainbow of some sort?
No, it’s a small fish from the Eleotridae family.
 

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