Added some of my own. Please keep adding. I bookmarked this for the future. I don't want anyone to feel left out!
Added GypsyRepolie said:Demeter is someone I also rely on for betta breeding, raising, genetics, and identification. I also see them around cichlid threads.
Edit: I would also like to honor Gypsy13 for her salt knowledge and disease identification/treatment. She may not be active on here, but I'll remember her for that.
stella1979 and BReefer97 for that too? I don't pay too much attention to the houseplant side of Fishlore but from what I've seen I believe this is the case.Smalltownfishfriend said:And Addie42 for houseplants
coralbandit has a big role in the information in my Ram guide. We have talked a bunch in private about what has worked for us, what do we do in raising Rams, etc. He is definitely a guru. I have been inactive lately, and it’s good to know that people are getting good advice on Rams from him. There’s a lot of bad information on them in general.Feohw said:
You're a slacker or they would have said you instead of me ! See what FB gets you !AquaticJ said:coralbandit has a big role in the information in my Ram guide. We have talked a bunch in private about what has worked for us, what do we do in raising Rams, etc. He is definitely a guru. I have been inactive lately, and it’s good to know that people are getting good advice on Rams from him. There’s a lot of bad information on them in general.
I have some more to add.Ronniethewitch said:What a wonderful thread! Thank you for this. Everyone on my own list is already mentioned, but how fantastic that we have so much combined knowledge to share and learn from? Fishlore still the winner in my book.
Galaxy either.Jack B Nimble said:Pictures are not loading on Samsung 10plus
The complete saying is "A jack of all trades is a master of none, but oftentimes better than a master of one." Random fact of the day.A201 said:I'm a "Jack of all trades" everything aquatic, but sadly, a "Master of none". Lol.
I completely understand you. I thought it will be a random fun fact to post about the original quote, so I did. Have a good day!A201 said:Leilio I needed to alter the quote a bit in order to better incorporate context towards the aquarium hobby.
I do apologize to the original author of the quote for so badly mangling its content. Lol.
This thread was started almost 3 years ago. I don't remember a similar 1 unless it got deleted.CaptainAquatics said:HI all! At some point there may have been a thread similar to this but I can’t find it so I’m making a new thread. Like the title says what is your specialty in fish keeping, what do you consider yourself to be most knowledgeable about? Is it breeding certain fish (if so what kind), is it under standing water chemistry, knowing all of the scientific names, understanding how a lot of different filters and equipment work, knowing a lot about a certain group of fish, ect.
Personally I would say I know most about Blood Parrot Cichlids, however I also know quite a bit about various catfish, other larger cichlids. Of course I research a lot about all the fish in my fishroom but I don’t want to say I’m an expert on all of them.
Well what i've seen of your fish and condition they live in besides the beautiful colours and health, you really know your knowledge on themjinjerJOSH22 said: