my son's 90 tank fish

  1. mitchgmace Member Member

    Ok here goes my try at posting pics.
     

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  2. iloveengl Well Known Member Member

    Great pics! Hahahah - I love the one on the bottom left. The expression on that orange fish is hilarious.

    Thanks for sharing. :)
     

  3. mitchgmace Member Member

    That parrot is my least favorite. I call him my special needs fish. (It acts dumb)
     
  4. speed0factory Member Member

    hey it looks cool.
     

  5. Aquarist Fishlore Legend Member

    Hello Mitch. Your tank and fish are beautiful. Love the Bloody Parrot! He sure would love a buddy of his own species :) I think you would see a world of difference in his personality and character.
    Thanks for sharing with us! You've done a great job!
    Ken
     
  6. mitchgmace Member Member

    Ok I planned on one more cichlid. So my special needs fish will geta buddy in a week or so. Thanks for nice comments and your wisdom.
     
  7. Shadowbeam Member Member

    Tank looks lovely, as do your fish!
     

  8. Shawnie Fishlore Legend Member

    great looking tank ! love the fin babies too....

    I agree about the parrot...LOL @ special needs fish..FOR SURE they are hahahah..and nawty fish at that..but they will do much better with some of their own!!!!!!

    and your girlie dempsey is a beauty!!!!!!!!
     
  9. mitchgmace Member Member

    Is it a girl or what are you saying here? lol
     
  10. AlyeskaGirl Fishlore VIP Member

    Great pics! Your first pic looks like a Senegal Bichir or some sort of Bichir. They are a predator, will eat small fish, grow to approx. 12" or bigger. I had one and fed him Hikari Sinking Carnivore Pellets and Shrimp Pellets. He even ate algae wafers and enjoyed frozen bloodworms. Tubifex worms are good too. They are peaceful and need places to hide.
     

  11. Shawnie Fishlore Legend Member

    yes your jd is a gal ;)
     
  12. mitchgmace Member Member

    How do you tell?
     
  13. Shawnie Fishlore Legend Member

    girlies have more blue/green speckles on their gill plates and their bodies are more dull colored where a male will have tons of blue/green speckles all over their body and be very colorful but their gill plates arent colored as much