One Fish You Would Love To Keep But Can’t? - Page 2

Ms rose

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I know, that's the only reason I wouldn't be able to keep them. I can't give them the requirement they need, but how cool would it be to have some? Lol
 

Fahn

Member
Ms rose said:
I know, that's the only reason I wouldn't be able to keep them. I can't give them the requirement they need, but how cool would it be to have some? Lol
Mark's Aquatics on YouTube is doing a series where he is building and setting up an acrylic moon jelly tank. Can't wait to see the finished setup.
 

Ms rose

Member
Fahn said:
Mark's Aquatics on YouTube is doing a series where he is building and setting up an acrylic moon jelly tank. Can't wait to see the finished setup.
I was watching that! Haha,
I LOVE the circle tank specifically for jellys I would love to keep some someday. Maybe I'll get rich and so experienced that I can have all the fish I would ever want haha
 

Ms rose

Member
Fahn said:
Mark's Aquatics on YouTube is doing a series where he is building and setting up an acrylic moon jelly tank. Can't wait to see the finished setup.
I was watching that! Haha,
I LOVE the circle tank specifically for jellys I would love to keep some someday. Maybe I'll get rich and so experienced that I can have all the fish I would ever want haha
 

Carrie1153

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RainBetta

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Seahorse man

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Salt
Ms rose said:
a flower horn for sure. not expirienced enough and don't have proper tank size....YET... lol. also really like all salt water fish and inverts but again, not expirienced enough, some day
Saltwater is a lot easier than you think, yurt pay attention to it more.
 

dannypipes75

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Dovii, never enough room.
 

OneLittleBubble

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OneLittleBubble

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I would love me some gyarados though wouldn't mind having one.
 

Katya

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I would do a seahorse tank. I haven’t dabbled in a salt tank yet and I hear they are not for beginners. Maybe someday!
 

OneLittleBubble

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Yup they are for experts
 

Kylee

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sierrah766 said:
I really want a blood parrot
They're so awesome, I miss mine so much. They make me think of bettas because they all have unique personalities. I lost mine due to swim bladder caused by the fact that they are deformed. I really want another some day but I'm also not sure how I feel about it. Same with balloon mollies
 

Biev

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I wish I could continue to breed and develop my own strain of fancy guppies. I just don't have the room for it anymore.
I also wish I could keep more wild livebearer species. And some texas cichlids... And....
 

BlackNotebookTanks

Member
Ah just a few Arapaima - seems to be achievable... I just need to turn the whole street into a pond.. not THAT hard... right?

Polypterus endlicherI endlicheri, Catinotetraodon Travancoricus, definatley some Anableps, and I'd love to try some cheeky blennies! No money nor room for any of those (YET), and I've only ever been Freshwater so the blenny dream may take a while
 

Redguppy67

Member
I would love to have and breed Discus!
Unfortunately the largest tank I have is thirty gallons.
Perhaps in the future I can aquire at least a 125 gallon.
That would be a GOOD home for Discus.
Alas, I am satisfied with my Swordtails, and Guppies.
I still have a trio of Kribensis.
 

Abdullah

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SmallFishGuy said:
For me I think it would have to be an Oscar but I don’t have the room to keep one, just interested in what people say
New Guanine Tiger Fish!!!!!!!
 

motherofbettas

Member
Fancy Goldfish...I have no room for the size tank they need.
 

squishface

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Shell dwelling cichlids! Way above my pay grade at the moment, but I was struck by a setup I followed by a fishlore user (can’t remember her name at the moment - sorry!)
 

DarkOne

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squishface said:
Shell dwelling cichlids! Way above my pay grade at the moment, but I was struck by a setup I followed by a fishlore user (can’t remember her name at the moment - sorry!)
I think you're talking about Lchi87's shelldwellers. I have a breeding pair of EBA from her and was interested in a few shellies but after some research, I decided to go with a shrimp tank b/c I thought it would be easier.
 

jay3

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Ropefish!
 

Dch48

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BlackNotebookTanks said:
Ah just a few Arapaima - seems to be achievable... I just need to turn the whole street into a pond.. not THAT hard... right?
Have you seen that show River Monsters? They have shown Arapaima a few times and those things are amazing.
 

RYRYTHEGUY

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eel tail catfish, well 2, I have 1, they are awesome.
 

Guppppppppy

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wrs2

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Shell dwelling cichlids!
Had them once but they died within days. Been too afraid to try again all these years later! Plus they were expensive back then so who knows how much now!
 

NLindsey921

Member
Oscars. No where to put a tank big enough.
 

Mike1995

Member
just about every geophagus. I'd love a 1,000 g or more tank with just geos. They're my favorite south American cichlids. I already have 4 in my 112g. Super pretty
 

Fanatic

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Manytanks

Member
I already have a fish that I can't keep.
Its a Murray cod which has the potential to grow over 4ft long.
Its about an inch long now and I only got it to save it from certain death. Once it outgrows a 4ft tank I'll move it on to someone with a bigger tank.

Other than that a giant colony of lake Tanganyika dwarfs
 

Buganjimo

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-Common pleco (or another massive type of pleco, but I love commons)

-butterfly-telescope-eyed goldfish

-oscar

-asian arowana

-electric blue jack demspey (they’re so pretty)
 

Fanatic

Member
I need, keyword need, to get my 86 gallon out of the garage and start it. I want to keep a golden severum, a special pleco, and some of my cory.
 

Seahorse man

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Definatly arowana, they just look so interesting!
 

InsanityShard

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NLindsey921

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Anything saltwater.
 

KakeHugs

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kbn

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Plecostomus, jellyfish, flower horn, freshwater crabs etc
 

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