Stocking List for 10 Gallons

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  1. Anders247Fishlore LegendMember

    Due to an issue with the amount of text I'm forced to make a new thread to reduce clutter.

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    To keep this list clean please use restrict comments and suggestions to the comment and suggestion thread Stocking options for 10 gallons


    Fairly common fish:

    Red Dwarf Rasbora (Microrasbora rubescens)- up to 12

    Least killifish (Heterandria formosa)- up to 10. 4 males
    and 6 females.

    Ruby tetra (Axelrodia riesei)- up to 12

    Axelrodia stigmatias- up to 12

    Green neon tetra (Paracheirodon simulans)- up to 12

    Ember tetras (Hyphessobrycon amandae)- up to 12

    Crystal Red Tetra (Hyphessobrycon haraldschultzi)- up
    to 12

    Loreto tetra (Hyphessobrycon loretoensis)- up to 12

    Yellow Phantom Tetra (Hyphessobrycon roseus)- up to 12

    Nannostomus anduzei- up to 12

    Spotstripe pencilfish (Nannostomus britskii)- up to 12

    Two stripe pencilfish (Nannostomus digrammus)- up to 12

    Dwarf pencilfish (Nannostomus marginatus)- up to 12

    Least pencilfish (Nannostomus minimus)

    Nannostomus rubrocaudatus- up to 12

    Ninja goby (Schismatogobius ampluvinculus)- up to 2

    Schismatogobius pallidus- up to 2

    Asian stone catfish (Hara jerdoni)- up to 6

    Hoplomyzon atrizona- up to 6

    Hoplomyzon papillatus- up to 6

    Hoplomyzon sexpapilostoma- up to 6

    Micromyzon akamai- up to 6

    Pea puffers (Carinotetraodon travancoricus)- up to 3

    Platies (Xiphophorus maculatus)- up to 3 (males only)

    Para molly (Poecilia parae)- up to 5

    Guppies (Poecilia reticulata)- up to 5 (males only)

    Glowlight danio (Danio choprae)- up to 12

    Celestial pearl danios (Danio margaritatus)- up to 12

    Badis andrewraoi- up to 4- 1 male and 3 females

    Badis autumnum- up to 4- 1 male and 3 females

    Badis chittagongis- up to 4- 1 male and 3 females

    Badis dibruensis- up to 4- 1 male and 3 females

    Badis kanabos- up to 4- 1 male and 3 females

    Badis kyanos- up to 4- 1 male and 3 females

    Badis laspiophilus- up to 4- 1 male and 3 females

    Badis pyema- up to 4- 1 male and 3 females

    Badis singenensis- up to 4- 1 male and 3 females

    Badis soraya- up to 4- 1 male and 3 females

    Scarlet badis (Dario dario)- up to 6- 1 male and 5
    females

    Red dario (Dario hysginon)- up to 6- 1 male and 5
    females.

    Dario dayingensis-up to 6- 1 male and 5 females.

    Dario huli-up to 6- 1 male and 5 females.

    Dario kajal-up to 6- 1 male and 5 females.

    Dario urops-up to 6- 1 male and 5 females.

    Sparkling gouramis (Trichopsis pumila)- up to 5

    Bettas (Betta Splendens)- One. You could put a divider in there and have 2, but some have had a betta jump the divider before. If you did that, only males. A female/male divided tank wouldn't work.

    Betta anabatoides- up to 3.

    Betta brownorum- up to 3.

    Betta edithae- up to 3.

    Betta balunga- up to 3.

    Betta burdigala- up to 3.

    Betta enisae- up to 3.

    Betta bellica- up to 3.

    Betta coccina- up to 3.

    Betta falx- up to 3.

    Betta foerschi- up to 3.

    Betta macrostoma- up to 3.

    Betta picta- up to 3.

    Betta fusca- up to 3.

    Betta persephone- up to 3.

    Betta prima- up to 3.

    Betta imbellis- up to 3.

    Betta pi- up to 3.

    Betta pulchra- up to 3.

    Betta simorum- up to 3.

    Betta taenia- up to 3.

    Betta rutilans- up to 3.

    Betta simplex- up to 3.

    Betta tussyae- up to 3.

    Betta schalleri- up to 3.

    Betta smaragdina- up to 3.

    Betta unimaculata- up to 3.

    Parasphaerichthys ocellatus- up to 6.

    Parasphaerichthys lineatus- up to 12.

    Threestripe gourami (Trichopsis schalleri)-up to 5.

    Licorice gouramis (Parosphronemus deissneri)- one
    male/female pair.

    Parosphromenus alfredi- one male/female pair.

    Parosphromenus allani- one male/female pair.

    Parosphromenus nagyi- one male/female pair.

    Parosphromenus anjunganensis- one male/female pair.

    Parosphromenus bintan- one male/female pair.

    Parosphromenus filamentosus- one male/female pair.

    Parosphromenus gunawani- one male/female pair.

    Parosphromenus harveyi- one male/female pair.

    Parosphromenus linkei- one male/female pair.

    Parosphromenus opallios- one male/female pair.

    Parosphromenus ornauticauda- one male/female pair.

    Parosphromenus pahuensis- one male/female pair.

    Parosphromenus paludicauda- one male/female pair.

    Parosphromenus parvulus- one male/female pair.

    Parosphromenus phoenicurus- one male/female pair.

    Parosphromenus quindecim- one male/female pair.

    Parosphromenus rubrimontis- one male/female pair.

    Parosphromenus sumatranus- one male/female pair.

    Parosphromenus tweediei- one male/female pair.

    Chocolate gouramis (Sphaerichthys osphromenoides)-
    up to one.

    Samurai gourami (Sphaerichthys vaillanti)- up to one.

    Sphaerichthys selatanensis- up to one.

    Endler livebearer (Poecilia wingei)-up to 8 males (On their own).

    Green carplet/Glow-light carplet (Horadandia atukorali)- up to 12

    Emerald eye rasbora (Brevibora dorsiocellata)- up to 12

    Dwarf rasbora (Boraras maculatus)- up to 12

    Boraras brigittae- up to 12

    Boraras merah- up to 12

    Boraras micros- up to 12

    Boraras naevus- up to 12

    Boraras urophthalmoides- up to 12

    Neolamprologus multifasciatus- up to 4- 2 male/female pairs

    Neolamprologus brevis- up to 4- 2 male/female pairs


    Neolamprologus similis- up to 4- 2 male/female pairs

    Ocellated shell-dweller (Lamprologus ocellatus)- up to 4- 2 male/female pairs

    Lamprologus signatus- up to 4- 2 male/female pairs

    Lamprologus speciosus- up to 4- 2 male/female pairs


    Emerald dwarf rasbora (Danio erythromicron)- up to 12

    Panther danio (Danio aesculapii)- up to 12

    Gold ring danio (Danio tinwini)- up to 12

    Blue white cloud (Tanichthys micagemmae)- up to 12

    Tanichthys thacbaensis- up to 12

    Pygmy sunfish (Elassoma zonatum)- up to 8 (2 males and 4-6 females) in a heavily planted tank with plenty of hiding places.

    Elassoma evergladei- up to 8 (2 males and 4-6 females) in a heavily planted tank with plenty of hiding places.

    Elassoma alabamae- up to 8 (2 males and 4-6 females) in a heavily planted tank with plenty of hiding places. Note: this species is federally protected. If it ever becomes available in the hobby, it'd work.

    Elassoma boehlkei- up to 8 (2 males and 4-6 females) in a heavily planted tank with plenty of hiding places.

    Elassoma gilberti- up to 8 (2 males and 4-6 females) in a heavily planted tank with plenty of hiding places.

    Elassoma okatie- up to 8 (2 males and 4-6 females) in a heavily planted tank with plenty of hiding places.

    Elassoma okefenokee- up to 8 (2 males and 4-6 females) in a heavily planted tank with plenty of hiding
    places.

    Swamp guppy (Micropoecilia picta)- up to 6

    Peacock gudgeon (Tateurndina ocellicauda)- up to 4, 2 male/female pairs

    Neon blue rasbora (Sundadanio axelrodi)-up to 12

    Aphyosemion striatum- up to 3. 1 male, 2 females.

    Barbus candens- up to 6

    Brachygobius aggregatus- up to 6

    Bumblebee goby (Brachygobius doriae)- up to 6

    Brachygobius kabiliensis- up to 6

    Brachygobius mekongensis- up to 6

    Brachygobius nunus- up to 6

    Brachygobius sabanus- up to 6

    Brachygobius sua- up to 6

    Brachygobius xanthomelas- up to 6

    Brachygobius xanthozonus- up to 6

    Pandaka lidwilli- up to 6

    Pandaka rouxi- up to 6

    Pandaka silvana- up to 6

    Stiphodon birdsong- up to 2

    Stiphodon discotorquatus- up to 2

    Stiphodon kalfatak- up to 2

    Stiphodon surrufus- up to 2

    Stiphodon zebrinus- up to 2

    Redfinned blue-eye (Scaturiginichthys vermeilipinnis)- up to 6

    Asinua ricefish (Oryzias asinua)- up to 8

    Oryzias haugiangensis- up to 8

    Oryzias hubbsi- up to 8

    Mekong ricefish (Oryzias mekongensis)- up to 8

    Dwarf ricefish (Oryzias minutillus)- up to 8

    Oryzias pectoralis- up to 8

    Oryzias songkhramensis- up to 8

    Oryzias uwai- up to 8

    Oryzias woworae- up to 8

    Indostomus spinosus- up to 6

    Indostomus crocodilus- up to 6

    Armored stickleback (Indostomus paradoxus)- up to 6

    Ember barb/dwarf amber barb (Barboides gracilis)- up to 18

    Barboides britzi- up to 18

    Pygmy sculpin (Cottus paulus)- up to 1

    Desert goby (Chlamydogobius eremius)- one pair
    The rest of the info will be in the posts below
     
    Last edited: Jul 1, 2017
  2. Anders247Fishlore LegendMember

    Rare in the hobby:
    Microrasbora microphthalma- up to 12

    Spotlight rasbora (Rasbora beauforti)- up to 12

    Rasbora kalbarensis- up to 12

    Dwarf scissortail rasbora (Rasbosoma spilocerca)- up to 12

    Rasbora tuberculata- up to 12

    Jelly bean tetra (Lepidarchus adonis)- up to 12

    Neolebias axelrodi- up to 12

    Neolebias powelli- up to 12

    Neolebias gossei- up to 12

    Neolebias kerguennae- up to 12

    Banded neolebias (Neolebias lozii)- up to 12

    Hemigrammus aereus- up to 12

    Hemigrammus diagonicus- up to 12

    Hemigrammus haraldi- up to 12

    Hemigrammus iota- up to 12

    Hemigrammus luelingi- up to 12

    Hemigrammus mahnerti- up to 12

    Hemigrammus megaceps- up to 12

    Hemigrammus mimus- up to 12

    Hemigrammus tridens- up to 12

    Hemigrammus yinyang- up to 12

    Green dwarf tetra (Odontocharacidium aphanes)- up to 18

    Nanocheirodon insignis- up to 12

    Axelrodia lindeae- up to 12


    Hyphessobrycon albolineatum- up to 12


    Hyphessobrycon amaronensis- up to 12


    Hyphessobrycon arianae- up to 12


    Hyphessobrycon borealis- up to 12


    Hyphessobrycon catableptus- up to 12


    Hyphessobrycon coelestinus- up to 12


    Hyphessobrycon ecuadorensis (note, not to be confused
    with H. ecuadoriensis, which gets one cm bigger. The difference is the i in the word ecuadorensis/ecuadoriensis)- up to 12


    Hyphessobrycon eilyos- up to 12


    Hyphessobrycon gracilior- up to 12


    Hyphessobrycon griemi- up to 12


    Calypso tetra (Hyphessobrycon axelrodi)- up to 12


    Hyphessobrycon hasemani- up to 12


    Hyphessobrycon hildae- up to 12


    Hyphessobrycon micropterus- up to 12


    Hyphessobrycon minimus- up to 12


    Hyphessobrycon mutabilis- up to 12


    Hyphessobrycon negodagua- up to 12


    Hyphessobrycon niger- up to 12


    Hyphessobrycon parvellus- up to 12


    Hyphessobrycon saizi- up to 12


    Hyphessobrycon tenuis- up to 12


    Hyphessobrycon tropis- up to 12


    Hyphessobrycon tukunai- up to 12


    Hasemania nambiquara- up to 12


    Aphyocharacidium bolivianum- up to 12


    Microschemobrycon elongatus- up to 12


    Microschemobrycon geisleri- up to 12


    Microschemobrycon meyburgi- up to 12


    Oxybrycon parvulus- up to 12


    Tyttobrycon dorsimaculatus- up to 12


    Tyttobrycon hamatus- up to 12


    Tyttobrycon marajoara- up to 12


    Tyttobrycon spinosus- up to 12


    Tyttobrycon xeruini- up to 12


    Priocharax ariel- up to 12


    Priocharax pygmaeus- up to 12


    Priocharax nanus- up to 12


    Amazonspinther dalmata- up to 12


    Cheirodon luelingi- up to 12


    Saccoderma melanostigma- up to 12


    Spintherobolus ankoseion- up to 12


    Spintherobolus broccae- up to 12


    Spintherobolus leptoura- up to 12


    Serrapinnus gracilis- up to 12


    Serrapinnus kriegi- up to 12


    Serrapinnus micropterus- up to 12


    Bryconamericus multiradiatus- up to 12


    Blue bellied tetra (Cyanogaster noctivaga)- up to 12


    Creagrutus maracaiboensis- up to 12


    Creagrutus nigrostigmatus- up to 12


    Creagrutus xiphos- up to 12


    Iotabrycon praecox- up to 12


    Microgenys weyrauchi- up to 12


    Pterobrycon landoni- up to 12


    Scopaeocharax atopodus- up to 12


    Scopaeocharax rhinodus- up to 12


    Hummingbird tetra (Trochilocharax ornatus)- up to 12


    Tyttocharax cochui- up to 12


    Blackedge tetra (Tyttocharax madeirae)- up to 12


    Tyttocharax tambopatensis- up to 12


    Tyttocharax metae- up to 12


    Xenurobrycon heterodon- up to 12


    Xenurobrycon macropus- up to 12


    Xenurobrycon polyancistrus- up to 12


    Xenurobrycon pteropus- up to 12


    Brittanichthys axelrodi- up to 12


    Bryconella pallidifrons- up to 12 (males only)


    Erythrocharax altipinnis- up to 12


    Oligosarcus oligolepis- up to 12


    Brazilian blind characid/Blind tetra (Stygichthys
    typhlops)- up to 12


    Thrissobrycon pectinifer- up to 12


    Tucanoichthys tucano- up to 12


    Moenkhausia newtoni- up to 12


    Dundocharax bidentatus- up to 12


    Nannaethiops bleheri- up to 12


    Nannocharax minutus- up to 12


    Nannocharax micros- up to 12


    Nannocharax rubensteini- up to 12


    Nannocharax uniocellatus- up to 12


    Characidum bahiense- up to 6


    Characidium heinianum- up to 6


    Characidium mirim- up to 6


    Characidium papachibe- up to 6


    Characidium pteroides- up to 6


    Characidium xavante- up to 6


    Elachocharax geryi- up to 6


    Elachocharax junki- up to 6


    Elachocharax mitopterus- up to 6


    Elachocharax pulcher- up to 6


    Klausewitzia ritae- up to 6


    Microcharacidium eleotrioides- up to 6


    Microcharacidium geryi- up to 6


    Microcharacidium gnomus- up to 6


    Microcharacidium weitzmani- up to 6


    Ammocryptocharax lateralis- up to 6


    Ammocryptocharax minutus- up to 6


    Parotocinclus aripuanensis- up to 6


    Parotocinclus amazonensis- up to 6


    Parotocinclus halbothi- up to 6


    Parotocinclus longirostris- up to 6


    Hisonotus bocaiuva- up to 6


    Hisonotus bockmanni- up to 6


    Hisonotus oliveirai- up to 6


    Grasseichthys gabonensis- up to 6


    Akysis bilustris- up to 6


    Akysis fontaneus- up to 6


    Akysis fuliginatus- up to 6


    Akysis galeatus- up to 6


    Akysis hendricksoni- up to 6


    Akysis maculipinnis- up to 6


    Akysis brachybarbatus- up to 6


    Akysis clinatus- up to 6


    Akysis clavulus- up to 6


    Akysis ephippifer- up to 6


    Akysis longifilis- up to 6


    Akysis heterurus- up to 6


    Akysis manipurensis- up to 6


    Akysis microps- up to 6


    Akysis portellus- up to 6


    Akysis pulvinatus- up to 6


    Akysis recavus- up to 6


    Akysis scorteus- up to 6


    Akysis variegatus- up to 6


    Akysis varius- up to 6


    Akysis vespertinus- up to 6


    Akysis vespa- up to 6


    Burmese stream catfish (Akysis pictus)- up to 6


    Indawgyi stream catfish (Akysis prashadi)- up to 6


    Parakysis notialis- up to 6


    Psammphiletria delicata- up to 6


    Psammphiletria nasuta- up to 6


    Tetracamphilius clandestinus- up to 6


    Zaireichthys compactus- up to 6


    Chobe sand catlet (Zaireichthys dorae)- up to 6


    Zaireichthys kafuensis- up to 6


    Zaireichthys kavangoensis- up to 6


    Zaireichthys kunenensis- up to 6


    Zaireichthys lacustris- up to 6


    Zaireichthys mandevillei- up to 6


    Pale sand catlet (Zaireichthys pallidus)- up to 6


    Zaireichthys wamiensis- up to 6


    Zaireichthys zonatus- up to 6


    Acanthobunocephalus nicoi- up to 6


    Bunocephalus chamaizelus- up to 6


    Pseudobunocephalus lundbergi- up to 6


    Pseudobunocephalus rugosus- up to 6


    Dupouyichthys sapito- up to 6


    Astroblepus chimborazoi- up to 1


    Centromochlus reticulatus- up to 6


    Centromochlus simplex- up to 6


    Gelanoglanis nanonocticolus- up to 6


    Tatia marthae- up to 6


    Denticetopsis royeroi- up to 1


    Denticetopsis sauli- up to 1


    Physopyxis ananas- up to 6


    Physopyxis cristata- up to 6


    Erethistoides luteolus- up to 1


    Gladioglanis anacanthus- up to 6


    Horiomyzon retropinnatus- up to 6


    Pimelodella macrocephala- up to 6


    Pimelodella parva- up to 6


    Nannoplecostomus eleonorae- up to 1


    Otocinclus caxarari- up to 6


    Otocinclus tapirape- up to 6


    Corumbataia britskii- up to 6


    Otothyris lophophanes- up to 6


    Ancistrus salgadae- up to 1


    Microglanis oliveirai- up to 1


    Microglanis lundbergi- up to 1


    Microglanis robustus- up to 1


    Microglanis xylographicus- up to 1


    Microglanis zonatus- up to 1


    Scoloplax baileyi- up to 6


    Scoloplax baskini- up to 6


    Scoloplax dicra- up to 6


    Scoloplax distolothrix- up to 6


    Scoloplax dolicholophia- up to 6


    Pantanal dwarf catfish (Scoloplax empousa)- up to 6


    Pseudolaguvia ferula- up to 1


    Pseudolaguvia flavida- up to 1


    Pseudolaguvia inornata- up to 1


    Pseudolaguvia muricata- up to 1


    Pygidianops cuao- up to 1


    Pygidianops magoi- up to 1


    Pygidianops eigenmanni- up to 1


    Typhlobelus macromycterus- up to 1


    Ammoglanis amapaensis- up to 1


    Ammoglanis diaphanus- up to 1


    Ammoglanis pulex- up to 1


    Malacoglanis gelatinosus- up to 1


    Microcambeva barbata- up to 1


    Sarcoglanis simplex- up to 1


    Ghost candiru (Stauroglanis gouldingi)- up to 1


    Stenolicmus ix- up to 1


    Schultzichthys gracilis- up to 1


    Silvinichthys bortayro- up to 1


    Trichomycterus anhanga- up to 1


    Trichomycterus hasemani- up to 1


    Trichomycterus johnsoni- up to 1


    Miuroglanis platycephalus- up to 1


    Tridens melanops- up to 1


    Tridensimilis venezuelae- up to 1


    Tridentopsis pearsoni- up to 1


    Tridentopsis cahuali- up to 1


    Tridentopsis tocantinsi- up to 1


    Paracanthopoma parva- up to 1


    Paravandellia oxyptera- up to 1


    Paravandellia phaneronema- up to 1

    Oxynoemacheilus tongiorgii- up to 6

    Waterfall climbing cave fish (Cryptotora thamicola)- up to
    1


    Kottelatlimia katik- up to 6

    Blind loach (Paracobitis smithi)- up to 6

    Schistura diminuta- up to 2

    Schistura fascimaculata- up to 2

    Schistura isostigma- up to 2

    Schistura kohatensis- up to 2

    Schistura nagodiensis- up to 2

    Schistura rikiki- up to 2

    Schistura rubrimaculata- up to 2

    Schistura savona- up to 2

    Micropoecilia bifurca- up to 6.


    Micropoecilia branneri- up to 6.


    Micropoecilia minima- up to 10


    Sundadanio atomus- up to 12


    Sundadanio echinus- up to 12


    Sundadanio gargula- up to 12


    Sundadanio goblinus- up to 12


    Sundadanio margarition- up to 12

    Sundadanio retiarius- up to 12


    Sundadanio rubellus- up to 12


    Danionella dracula- up to 12


    Danionella mirifica- up to 12


    Danionella priapus- up to 12


    Danionella translucida- up to 12


    Paedocypris progenetica- up to 24

    Paedocypris carbunculus- up to 24

    Paedocypris micromegethes- up to 24

    Barbus condei- up to 12

    Barbus erythrozonus- up to 12

    Barbus kissiensis- up to 12

    Barbus nigrifilis- up to 12

    Barbus nigroluteus- up to 12

    Barbus papilio- up to 12

    Barbus pumilus- up to 12

    Barbus pygmaeus- up to 12

    Barbus stigmatopygus- up to 12

    Barbus sylvaticus- up to 12

    Barbus syntrechalepis- up to 12

    Barbus tongaensis- up to 12

    Pethia aurea- up to 12

    Pethia sharmai- up to 12

    Puntius masyai- up to 12

    Puntius mudumalaiensis- up to 12

    Neobola nilotica- up to 12

    Neobola stellae- up to 12

    Garra ethelwynnae- up to 6

    Garra lancrenonensis- up to 6

    Alburnus akili- up to 12

    Notropis calabazas- up to 12

    Barbodes resinus- up to 12

    Coptostomabarbus bellscrossi- up to 12

    Fangfangia spinicleithralis- up to 12

    Xenocyprioides parvulus- up to 12

    Minyclupeoides dentibranchialus- up to 12

    Nannothrissa stewarti- up to 12

    Sanaga pygmy herring (Thrattidion noctivagus)- up to
    12

    Rio Negro pygmy anchovy (Amazonsprattus scintilla)- up
    to 12

    Manamo anchovy (Anchoviella manamensis)- up to 12

    Sundasalanx mekongensis- up to 12

    Sundasalanx microps- up to 12

    Dwarf noodlefish (Sundasalanx praecox)- up to 12

    Milyeringa justitia- up to 1

    Microphilypnus acangaquara- up to 2

    Microphilypnus amazonicus- up to 2

    Microphilypnus macrostoma- up to 2

    Microphilypnus ternetzi- up to 2

    Ponticola cyrius- up to 2

    Yucatan goby (Gobiosoma yucatanum)- up to 2

    Byblis goby (Knipowitschia byblisia)- up to 2

    Caunos goby (Knipowitschia caunosi)- up to 2

    Corfu dwarf goby (Knipowitschia goerneri)- up to 2

    Knipowitschia mermere- up to 2

    Acheron spring goby (Knipowitschia milleri)- up to 2

    Knipowitschia montenegrina- up to 2

    Norin goby (Knipowitschia radovici)- up to 2

    Pomatoschistus montenegrensis- up to 2

    Eugnathogobius microps- up to 2

    Eugnathogobius stictos- up to 2

    Gobiopterus lacustris- up to 2

    Gobiopterus macrolepis- up to 2

    Gobiopterus semivestitus- up to 2

    Mistichthys luzonensis- up to 2

    Pseudogobiopsis tigrellus- up to 2

    Redigobius nanus- up to 2

    Lentipes dimetrodon- up to 2

    Lentipes rubrofasciatus- up to 2

    Lentipes solomonensis- up to 2

    Sicydium montanum- up to 2

    Gulaphallus bikolanus- up to 12

    Neostethus amaricola- up to 12

    Neostethus borneensis- up to 12

    Neostethus ctenophorus- up to 12

    Neostethus djajaorum- up to 12

    Neostethus geminus- up to 12

    Neostethus robertsi- up to 12

    Neostethus villadolidi- up to 12

    Phenacostethus posthon- up to 12

    Phenacostethus smithi- up to 12

    Phenacostethus trewavasae- up to 12
     




    Last edited: Feb 25, 2016
  3. Anders247Fishlore LegendMember

    Rare in the hobby (continued):
    Preston White River springfish (Crenichthys baileyi albivallis)- up to 5

    White River springfish (Crenichthys baileyi baileyi)- up to 5

    Hiko White River springfish (Crenichthys baileyi grandis)- up to 5

    Moapa White River springfish (Crenichthys baileyi moapae)- up to 5

    Mormon White River springfish (Crenichthys baileyi thermophilus)- up to 5

    Railroad Valley springfish (Crenichthys nevadae)- up to 5

    Raycraft Ranch poolfish (Empetrichthys latos concavus)- up to 5

    Pahrump poolfish (Empetrichthys latos latos)- up to 5

    Pahrump ranch poolfish (Empetrichthys latos pahrump)- up to 5

    Ash Meadows killifish (Empetrichthys merriami)- up to 5

    Zacapu allotoca (Allotoca zacapuensis)- up to 5

    Leopard splitfin (Xenotaenia resolanae)- up to 5

    Zoogoneticus purhepechus- up to 5

    Picotee goodeid (Zoogoneticus quitzeoensis)- up to 5

    Jenynsia luxata- up to 5

    Jenynsia onca- up to 5

    Jenynsia sanctaecatarinae- up to 5

    Jenynsia tucumana- up to 5

    Brachyrhaphis episcopi- up to 5

    Soconusco gambusia (Brachyrhaphis hartwegi)- up to 5

    Brachyrhaphis hessfeldi- up to 5

    Brachyrhaphis holdridgei- up to 5

    Brachyrhaphis punctifer- up to 5

    Brachyrhaphis roswithae- up to 5

    Barred livebearer (Carlhubbsia stuarti)- up to 5

    Cnesterodon brevirostratus- up to 5

    Cnesterodon carnegiei- up to 5

    Ten spotted livebearer (Cnesterodon decemmaculatus)- up to 5

    Cnesterodon hypselurus- up to 5

    Cnesterodon iguape- up to 5

    Cnesterodon omorgmatos- up to 5

    Cnesterodon pirai- up to 5

    Cnesterodon raddai- up to 5

    Cnesterodon septentrionalis- up to 5

    Mosquitofish (Gambusia affinis)- up to 5

    Yellowfin gambusia (Gambusia alvarezi)- up to 5

    Amistad gambusia (Gambusia amistadensis)- up to 5

    Blackfin gambusia (Gambusia atrora)- up to 5

    Golden gambusia (Gambusia aurata)- up to 5

    Gambusia baracoana- up to 5

    Miragoane gambusia (Gambusia beebei)- up to 5

    San Felipe gambusia (Gambusia clarkhubbsi)- up to 5

    Dominican gambusia (Gambusia dominicensis)- up to 5

    Maya gambusia (Gambusia echeagarayi)- up to 5

    Widemouth gambusia (Gambusia eurystoma)- up to 5

    Big Bend gambusia (Gambusia gaigei)- up to 5

    Largespring gambusia (Gambusia geiseri)- up to 5

    San Marcos gambusia (Gambusia georgei)- up to 5

    Clear Creek gambusia (Gambusia heterochir)- up to 5

    Hispaniolan gambusia (Gambusia hispaniolae)- up to 5

    Crescent gambusia (Gambusia hurtadoi)- up to 5

    Spotfin gambusia (Gambusia krumholzi)- up to 5

    Gambusia lemaitrei- up to 5

    Cuatrocienegas gambusia (Gambusia longispinis)- up to 5

    Sleek mosquitofish (Gambusia luma)- up to 5

    Robust gambusia (Gambusia marshi)- up to 5

    Striped gambusia (Gambusia melapleura)- up to 5

    Nicaraguan moquitofish (Gambusia nicaraguensis)- up to 5

    Pecos gambusia (Gambusia nobilis)- up to 5

    Panuco gambusia (Gambusia panuco)- up to 5

    Tiburon Peninsula gambusia (Gambusia pseudopunctata)- up to 5

    Caribbean gambusia (Gambusia puncticulata)- up to 5

    Gambusia quadruncus- up to 5

    Forlon gambusia (Gambusia regani)- up to 5

    Mangrove gambusia (Gambusia rhizophorae)- up to 5

    Blotched gambusia (Gambusia senilis)- up to 5

    Teardrop mosquito (Gambusia sexradiata)- up to 5

    Tex-Mex gambusia (Gambusia speciosa)- up to 5

    Gulf gambusia (Gambusia vittata)- up to 5

    Wray's gambusia (Gambusia wrayi)- up to 5

    Cayman gambusia (Gambusia xanthosoma)- up to 5

    Gambusia zarskei- up to 5

    Cuban topminnow (Girardinus cubensis)- up to 5

    Metallic livebearer (Girardinus metallicus)- up to 5

    Coatzacoalcos gambusia (Heterophallus rachovii)- up to 5

    Grand Cayman limia (Limia caymanensis)- up to 5

    Tiburon Peninsula limia (Limia dominicensis)- up to 5

    Blotched limia (Limia fuscomaculata)- up to 5

    Garnier's limia (Limia garnieri)- up to 5

    Largetooth limia (Limia grossidens)- up to 5

    Limia heterandria- up to 5

    Plain limia (Limia immaculata)- up to 5

    Blackbelly limia (Limia melanogaster)- up to 5

    Blackbanded limia (Limia melanonotata)- up to 5

    Miragoane limia (Limia miragoanensis)- up to 5

    Blackbarred limia (Limia nigrofasciata)- up to 5

    Ornate limia (Limia ornata)- up to 5

    Few-rayed limia (Limia pauciradiata)- up to 5

    Rivas's limia (Limia rivasi)- up to 5

    Sulfur limia (Limia sulphurophila)- up to 5

    Limia tridens- up to 5

    Varicolored limia (Limia versicolor)- up to 5

    Yaguajal limia (Limia yaguajali)- up to 5

    Striped limia (Limia zonata)- up to 5

    Neoheterandria cana- up to 5

    Neoheterandria elegans- up to 5

    Neoheterandria tridentiger- up to 5

    Pamphorichthys araguaiensis- up to 5

    Pamphorichthys hasemani- up to 5

    Pamphorichthys hollandi- up to 5

    Mini-molly (Pamphorichthys minor)- up to 5

    Pamphorichthys pertapeh- up to 5

    Pamphorichthys scalpridens- up to 5

    Picotee livebarer (Phallichthys fairweatheri)- up to 5

    Phallichthys quadripunctatus- up to 5

    Phallichthys tico- up to 5

    Phalloceros alessandrae- up to 5

    Phalloceros anisophallos- up to 5

    Phalloceros aspilos- up to 5

    Phalloceros buckupi- up to 5

    Dusky millions fish (Phalloceros caudimaculatus)- up to 5

    Phalloceros elachistos- up to 5

    Phalloceros enneaktinos- up to 5

    Phalloceros harpagos- up to 5

    Phalloceros heptaktinos- up to 5

    Phalloceros leptokeras- up to 5

    Phalloceros leticiae- up to 5

    Phalloceros lucenorum- up to 5

    Phalloceros malabarbai- up to 5

    Phalloceros megapolos- up to 5

    Phalloceros mikrommatos- up to 5

    Phalloceros ocellatus- up to 5

    Phalloceros pellos- up to 5

    Phalloceros reisi- up to 5

    Phalloceros spiloura- up to 5

    Phalloceros titthos- up to 5

    Phalloceros tupinamba- up to 5

    Phalloceros uai- up to 5

    Phalloptychus eigenmanni- up to 5

    Phalloptychus januarius- up to 5

    Phallotorynus dispilos- up to 5

    Phallotorynus fasciolatus- up to 5

    Phallotorynus jucundus- up to 5

    Phallotorynus pankalos- up to 5

    Phallotorynus psittakos- up to 5

    Phallotorynus victoriae- up to 5

    Poecilia caucana- up to 5

    Dwarf molly (Poecilia chica)- up to 5

    Poecilia dauli- up to 5

    Elegant molly (Poecilia elegans)- up to 5

    Hispaniola molly (Poecilia hispaniolana)- up to 5

    Broadspotted molly (Poecilia latipunctata)- up to 5

    Poecilia obscura- up to 5

    Mangrove molly (Poecilia orri)- up to 5

    Poecilia rositae- up to 5

    Sulphur molly (Poecilia sulphuraria)- up to 5

    Mountain molly (Poecilia teresae)- up to 5

    Poecilia vandepolli- up to 5

    Poecilia vivipara- up to 5

    Golden livebearer (Poeciliopsis baenschi)- up to 5

    San Jeronimo livebearer (Poeciliopsis fasciata)- up to 5

    Upper Grijalva livebearer (Poeciliopsis hnilickai)- up to 5

    Lerma livebearer (Poeciliopsis infans)- up to 5

    Lowland livebearer (Poeciliopsis latidens)- up to 5

    Clearfin livebearer (Poeciliopsis lucida)- up to 5

    Oaxaca livebearer (Poeciliopsis lutzi)- up to 5

    Gila topminnow (Poeciliopsis occidentalis)- up to 5

    Poeciliopsis paucimaculata- up to 5

    Sinaloa livebearer (Poeciliopsis presidionis)- up to 5

    Blackstripe livebearer (Poeciliopsis prolifica)- up to 5

    Poeciliopsis santaelena- up to 5

    Michoacan livebearer (Poeciliopsis scarlli)- up to 5

    Blackspotted livebearer (Poeciliopsis turneri)- up to 5

    Priapella chamulae- up to 5

    Isthmian priapella (Priapella intermedia)- up to 5

    Priapella lacondonae- up to 5

    Priapichthys caliensis- up to 5

    Priapichthys chocoensis- up to 5

    Priapichthys darienensis- up to 5

    Priapichthys nigroventralis- up to 5

    Priapichthys panamensis- up to 5

    Priapichthys puetzi- up to 5

    Barred topminnow (Quintana atrizona)- up to 5

    Rhexipanchax kabae- up to 5

    Lambert's lampeye (Rhexipanchax lamberti)- up to 5

    Mt. Nimba lampeye (Rhexipanchax nimbaensis)- up to 5

    Schiotz' lampeye (Rhexipanchax schioetzi)- up to 5

    Scolichthys greenwayi- up to 5

    Scolichthys iota- up to 5

    Tomeurus gracilis- up to 5

    Grijalva studfish (Xenodexia ctenolepis)- up to 5

    Xenophallus umbratilis- up to 5

    Spiketail platy (Xiphophorus andersi)- up to 5

    Yellow swordtail (Xiphophorus clemenciae)- up to 1

    Short-sword platy (Xiphophorus continens)- up to 5

    Delicate swordtail (Xiphophorus cortezi)- up to 5

    Monterrey platy (Xiphophorus couchianus)- up to 5

    Puebla platy (Xiphophorus evelynae)- up to 5

    Northern platy (Xiphophorus gordoni)- up to 5

    Highland swordtail (Xiphophorus malinche)- up to 5

    Marbled swordtail (Xiphophorus meyeri)- up to 5

    Catemaco platy (Xiphophorus milleri)- up to 5

    Mixe swordtail (Xiphophorus mixei)- up to 5

    Xiphophorus multilineatus- up to 5

    Mountain swordtail (Xiphophorus nezahualcoyotl)- up to 5

    Panuco swordtail (Xiphophorus nigrensis)- up to 5

    Pygmy swordtail (Xiphophorus pygmaeus)- up to 5

    Swordtail platy (Xiphophorus xiphidium)- up to 5

    Fluviphylax obscurus- up to 8

    Fluviphylax palikur- up to 8

    Fluviphylax pygmaeus- up to 8

    Fluviphylax simplex- up to 8

    Fluviphylax zonatus- up to 8

    Chain lampeye (Hypsopanchax catenatus)- up to 5

    Hypsopanchax jobaerti- up to 5

    Southern deepbody (Hypsopanchax jubbi)- up to 5

    Zaire lampeye (Hypsopanchax platysternus)- up to 5

    Zebra lampeye (Hypsopanchax zebra)- up to 5

    Spotted lampeye (Lacustricola maculatus)- up to 5

    Saisi lampeye (Lacustricola matthesi)- up to 5

    Lacustricola mediolateralis- up to 5

    Lacustricola nigrolateralis- up to 5

    Ruaha lampeye (Lacustricola omoculatus)- up to 5

    Usangu lampeye (Lacustricola usanguensis)- up to 5

    Micropanchax bracheti- up to 5

    Cameroon lampeye (Micropanchax camerunensis)- up to 5

    Micropanchax ehrichi- up to 5

    Micropanchax keilhacki- up to 5

    Nile killifish (Micropanchax loati)- up to 5

    Lampeye panchax (Micropanchax macrophthalmus)- up to 5

    Pfaff's lampeye (Micropanchax pfaffi)- up to 5

    Scheel's lampeye (Micropanchax scheeli)- up to 5

    Pantanodon madagascariensis- up to 5

    Eastcoast lampeye (Pantanodon stuhlmanni)- up to 5

    Plataplochilus cabindae- up to 5

    Flame lampeye (Plataplochilus chalcopyrus)- up to 5

    Loeme lampeye (Plataplochilus loemensis)- up to 5

    Red striped lampeye (Plataplochilus miltotaenia)- up to 5

    Nga lampeye (Plataplochilus ngaensis)- up to 5

    Terver's lampeye (Plataplochilus terveri)- up to 5

    Ruwenzori lampeye (Platypanchax modestus)- up to 5

    Bluegreen lampeye (Procatopus aberrans)- up to 5

    Large-finned lampeye (Procatopus nototaenia)- up to 5

    Variable lampeye (Procatopus similis)- up to 5

    Pseudopoecilia austrocolumbiana- up to 5

    Pseudopoecilia festae- up to 5

    Bihunichthys monopteroides- up to 1

    Burmese spineless eel (Chaudhuria caudata)- up to 1

    Chaudhuria fusipinnis- up to 1

    Chendol keelini- up to 1

    Chendol lubricus- up to 1

    Garo spineless eel (Garo khajuriai)- up to 1

    Nagaichthys filipes- up to 1

    Pillaia kachinica- up to 1

    Tetraodon waandersii- up to 1

    Apionichthys rosai- up to 1

    Gymnochanda flamea- up to 8

    Gymnochanda limi- up to 8

    Gymnochanda ploegi- up to 8

    Gymnochanda verae- up to 8

    Micropterus chattahoochae- up to 1

    Fourspine leaffish (Afronandus sheljuzhkoi)- up to 1

    Polycentrus jundia- up to 1

    Alcolapia ndalalani- up to 1

    Nanochromis minor- one male/female pair
     




    Last edited: Jul 6, 2017
  4. Anders247Fishlore LegendMember

    Killifish/pupfish-
    American flagfish (Jordanella floridae)- one male/female pair


    Pygmy killifish (Leptolucania ommata) -one male/female pair


    Bluefin killifish (Lucania goodei)- one male/female pair

    Cuatrocienegas killifish (Lucania interioris)- one male/female pair

    Aphyosemion abacinum- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion ahli- one male/two females

    Red-finned killi (Aphyosemion amoenum)- one male/two females

    Golden killi (Aphyosemion aureum)- one male/two females

    Lyretail killi (Aphyosemion australe)- one male/two females

    Bamileke killi (Aphyosemion bamilekorum)- one male/two females

    Two-striped killi (Aphyosemion bitaeniatum)- one male/two females

    Two-stripe lyretail (Aphyosemion bivittatum)- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion bualanum- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion buytaerti- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion callipteron- one male/two females

    Banner lyretail (Aphyosemion calliurum)- one male/two females

    Cameroon killi (Aphyosemion cameronense)- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion campomaanense- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion castaneum- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion caudofasciatum- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion celiae- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion chauchei- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion christyi- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion citrineipinnis- one male/two females

    Sky-blue killi (Aphyosemion coeleste)- one male/two females

    Redspot killi (Aphyosemion cognatum)- one male/two females

    Congo killi (Aphyosemion congicum)- one male/two females

    Gabon jewelfish (Aphyosemion cyanostictum)- one male/two females

    Mbam killi (Aphyosemion dargei)- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion decorsei- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion ecucuense- one male/two females

    Edea killi (Aphyosemion edeanum)- one male/two females

    Red barred killi (Aphyosemion elberti)- one male/two females

    Elegant killi (Aphyosemion elegans)- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion erythron- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion escherichi- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion etsamense- one male/two females

    False jewel killi (Aphyosemion exigoideum)- one male/two females

    Jewel killi (Aphyosemion exiguum)- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion ferranti- one male/two females

    Goby killi (Aphyosemion franzwerneri)- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion fulgens- one male/two females

    Gabon killifish (Aphyosemion gabunense)- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion georgiae- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion grelli- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion hanneloreae- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion heinemanni- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion hera- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion herzogi- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion hofmanni- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion joergenscheeli- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion kouamense- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion koungueense- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion labarrei- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion lamberti- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion lefiniense- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion lividum- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion loennbergii- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion louessense- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion lugens- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion lujae- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion maculatum- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion malumbresi- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion melanogaster- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion melinoeides- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion mengilai- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion mimbon- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion ocellatum- one male/two females

    Broken-line killi (Aphyosemion ogoense)- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion omega- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion pamaense- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion pascheni- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion passaroi- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion plagitaenium- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion poliaki- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion polli- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion primigenium- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion pseudoelegans- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion punctatum- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion punctulatum- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion raddai- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion rectogoense- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion schioetzi- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion schluppi- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion seegersi- one male/two females

    Splendid killifish (Aphyosemion splendopleure)- one male/two females

    Red-striped killifish (Aphyosemion striatum)- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion thysi- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion tirbaki- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion trilineatus- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion volcanum- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion wachtersi- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion wildekampi- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion wuendschi- one male/two females

    Aphyosemion zygaima- one male/two females

    Callopanchax sidibei- one male/two females

    Clown killifish (Epiplatys annulatus)- up to 8

    Epiplatys atratus- up to 8

    Dubois' panchax (Epiplatys duboisi)- up to 8

    Epiplatys maeseni- up to 8

    Episemion krystallinoron- one male/two females

    Fenerbahce devosi- one male/two females

    Starhead killi (Fenerbahce formosus)- one male/two females

    Foerschichthys flavipinnis- one male/two females

    Fundulopanchax arnoldi- one male/two females

    Fundulopanchax avichang- one male/two females

    Cinnamon killi (Fundulopanchax cinnamomeus)- one male/two females

    Plumed lyretail (Fundulopanchax filamentosus)- one male/two females

    Blue lyretail (Fundulopanchax gardneri)- up to 5 (2 males 3 females) in a lightly planted tank. Up to 6 (3 males 3 females) in a medium planted tank. Up to 8 (4 males 4 females) in a heavily planted tank

    Fundulopanchax gresensi- one male/two females

    Fundulopanchax intermittens- one male/two females

    Fundulopanchax lacustris- one male/two females

    Fundulopanchax mamfensis- one male/two females

    Marbled lyretail (Fundulopanchax marmoratus)- one male/two females

    Fundulopanchax moensis- one male/two females

    Fundulopanchax ndianus- one male/two females

    Fundulopanchax powelli- one male/two females

    Fundulopanchax robertsoni- one male/two females

    Fundulopanchax rubrolabialis- one male/two females

    Fundulopanchax scheeli- one male/two females

    Fundulopanchax traudeae- one male/two females

    Fundulopanchax walkeri- one male/two females

    Nimbapanchax jeanpoli- one male/two females

    Nimbapanchax leucopterygius- one male/two females

    Nimbapanchax melanopterygius- one male/two females

    Nimbapanchax petersi- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius albimarginatus- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius annectens- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius bellemansi- one male/two females

    Boji plains nothobranch (Nothobranchius bojiensis)- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius boklundi- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius brieni- one male/two females

    Cardinal nothobranchius (Nothobranchius cardinalis)- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius chochamandai- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius eggersi- one male/two females

    Elongate nothobranch (Nothobranchius elongatus)- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius flagrans- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius flammicomantis- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius foerschi- one male/two females

    Turquoise killifish (Nothobranchius furzeri)- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius fuscotaeniatus- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius geminus- one male/two females

    Redtail notho (Nothobranchius guentheri)- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius hassoni- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius hengstleri- one male/two females

    Kikambala nothobranch (Nothobranchius interruptus)- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius ivanovae- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius janpapi- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius jubbi- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius kadleci- one male/two females

    Kafue killifish (Nothobranchius kafuensis)- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius kardashevi- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius kilomberoensis- one male/two females

    Refin notho (Nothobranchius kirki)- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius korthausae- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius krammeri- one male/two females

    Beira killifish (Nothobranchius kuhntae)- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius lourensi- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius lucius- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius luekei- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius makondorum- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius malaissei- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius milvertzi- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius neumanni- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius niassa- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius nubaensis- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius occultus- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius oestergaardi- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius palmqvisti- one male/two females

    Blue notho (Nothobranchius patrizii)- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius polli- one male/two females

    Bluefin notho (Nothobronchius rachovii)- one male/two females

    Red Victoria nothobranch (Nothobranchius robustus)- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius rosenstocki- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius rubripinnis- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius rubroreticulatus- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius ruudwildekampi- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius sagittae- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius seegersi- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius serengetiensis- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius steinforti- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius symoensi- one male/two females

    Striped nothobranch (Nothobranchius taeniopygus)- one male/two females

    Togo killifish (Nothobranchius thierryi)- one male/two females

    Uganda nothobranch (Nothobranchius ugandensis)- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius usanguensis- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius virgatus- one male/two females

    Pangani nothobranch (Nothobranchius vosseleri)- one male/two females

    Nothobranchius wattersi- one male/two females

    Mnanzini nothobranch (Nothobranchius willerti)- one male/two females

    Pronothobranchius kiyawensis- one male/two females

    Scriptaphyosemion banforense- one male/two females

    Scriptaphyosemion bertholdi- one male/two females

    Scriptaphyosemion brueningi- one male/two females

    Kindia killi (Scriptaphyosemion cauveti)- one male/two females

    Scriptaphyosemion chaytori- one male/two females

    Scriptaphyosemion etzeli- one male/two females

    Scriptaphyosemion fredrodi- one male/two females

    Scriptaphyosemion geryi- one male/two females

    Scriptaphyosemion guignardi- one male/two females

    Scriptaphyosemion liberiense- one male/two females

    Scriptaphyosemion roloffi- one male/two females

    Scriptaphyosemion schmitti- one male/two females

    Scriptaphyosemion wieseae- one male/two females

    Anablepsoides amanan- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides amphoreus- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides atratus- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides bahianus- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides beniensis- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides cajariensis- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides caurae- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides christinae- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides deltaphilus- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides derhami- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides elongatus- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides erberi- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides gamae- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides gaucheri- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides henschelae- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides jari- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides jucundus- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides lanceolatus- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides lineasoppilatae- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides lungi- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides mazaruni- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides monticola- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides ornatus- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides ottonii- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides parlettei- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides peruanus- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides roraima- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides rubrolineatus- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides speciosus- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides stagnatus- one male/females pair

    Anablepsoides taeniatus- one male/female pair

    Anablepsoides tessellatus- one male/female pair

    Atlantirivulus depressus- one male/female pair

    Atlantirivulus guanabarensis- one male/female pair

    Atlantirivulus haraldsiolii- one male/female pair

    Atlantirivulus janeiroensis- one male/female pair

    Atlantirivulus jurubatibensis- one male/female pair

    Atlantirivulus luelingi- one male/female pair

    Atlantirivulus maricensis- one male/female pair

    Atlantirivulus nudiventris- one male/female pair

    Atlantirivulus paranaguensis- one male/female pair

    Atlantirivulus ribeirensis- one male/female pair

    Atlantirivulus riograndensis- one male/female pair

    Atlantirivulus santensis- one male/female pair

    Atlantirivulus simplicis- one male/female pair

    Austrolebias adloffi- one male/female pair

    Austrolebias affinis- one male/female pair

    Austrolebias arachan- one male/female pair

    Austrolebias carvalhoi- one male/female pair

    Austrolebias charrua- one male/female pair

    Austrolebias cheradophilus- one male/female pair

    Austrolebias cinereus- one male/female pair

    Austrolebias cyaneus- one male/female pair

    Austrolebias gymnoventris- one male/female pair

    Austrolebias ibicuiensis- one male/female pair

    Austrolebias jaegari- one male/female pair

    Austrolebias luteoflammulatus- one male/female pair

    Austrolebias melanoorus- one male/female pair

    Austrolebias minuano- one male/female pair

    Austrolebias nigrofasciatus- one male/female pair

    Austrolebias patriciae- one male/female pair

    Austrolebias paucisquama- one male/female pair

    Austrolebias periodicus- one male/female pair

    Austrolebias quirogai- one male/female pair

    Austrolebias reicherti- one male/female pair

    Austrolebias varzeae- one male/female pair

    Swordfin killifish (Campellolebias brucei)- one male/female pair

    Campellolebias chrysolineatus- one male/female pair

    Campellolebias dorsimaculatus- one male/female pair

    Cynodonichthys birkhahni- one male/female pair

    Cynodonichthys boehlkei- one male/female pair

    Cynodonichthys brunneus- one male/female pair

    Cynodonichthys chucunaque- one male/female pair

    Cynodonichthys elegans- one male/female pair

    Cynodonichthys frommi- one male/female pair

    Cynodonichthys glaucus- one male/female pair

    Cynodonichthys kuelpmanni- one male/female pair

    Cynodonichthys siegfriedi- one male/female pair

    Dogtooth rivulus (Cynodonichthys tenuis)- one male/female pair

    Cynodonichthys uroflammeus- one male/female pair

    Cynodonichthys wassmanni- one male/female pair

    Cynolebias gilbertoi- one male/female pair

    Cynolebias parnaibensis- one male/female pair

    Cynopoecilus fulgens- one male/female pair

    Cynopoecilus intimus- one male/female pair

    Cynopoecilus melanotaenia- one male/female pair

    Cynopoecilus multipapillatus- one male/female pair

    Cynopoecilus nigrovittatus- one male/female pair

    Cynopoecilus notabilis- one male/female pair

    Hypsolebias adornatus- one male/female pair

    Hypsolebias coamazonicus-
    one male/female pair

    Hypsolebias flagellatus-
    one male/female pair

    Hypsolebias gilbertobrasili-
    one male/female pair

    Hypsolebias guanambi- one male/female pair

    Hypsolebias hellneri-
    one male/female pair

    Hypsolebias igneus-
    one male/female pair

    Hypsolebias janaubensis-
    one male/female pair

    Hypsolebias longignatus-
    one male/female pair

    Hypsolebias lopesi-
    one male/female pair

    Hypsolebias macaubensis-
    one male/female pair

    Hypsolebias nitens-
    one male/female pair

    Hypsolebias pterophyllus-
    one male/female pair

    Hypsolebias radiseriatus-
    one male/female pair

    Hypsolebias sertanejo-
    one male/female pair

    Kryptolebias brasiliensis-
    one male/female pair

    Kryptolebias campelloi- one male/female pair

    Kryptolebias caudomarginatus-
    one male/female pair

    Kryptolebias gracilis-
    one male/female pair

    Kryptolebias ocellatus-
    one male/female pair

    Kryptolebias sepia-
    one male/female pair

    Laimosemion agilae- one male/female pair

    Laimosemion breviceps- one male/female pair

    Laimosemion cladophorus- one male/female pair

    Laimosemion corpulentus- one male/female pair

    Laimosemion dibaphus- one male/female pair

    Laimosemion frenatus- one male/female pair

    Laimosemion geayi- one male/female pair

    Laimosemion gransabanae- one male/female pair

    Laimosemion kirovskyi- one male/female pair

    Laimosemion lyricauda- one male/female pair

    Laimosemion nicoi- one male/female pair

    Laimosemion paryagi- one male/female pair

    Laimosemion rectocaudatus- one male/female pair

    Laimosemion staecki- one male/female pair

    Laimosemion strigatus- one male/female pair

    Laimosemion tecminae- one male/female pair

    Laimosemion torrenticola- one male/female pair

    Laimosemion ubim- one male/female pair

    Laimosemion xiphidius- one male/female pair

    Leptolebias aureoguttatus- one male/female pair

    Leptolebias citripinnis- one male/female pair

    Leptolebias itanhaensis- one male/female pair

    Marbled pearlfish (Leptolebias marmoratus)- one male/female pair

    Opal pearlfish (Leptolebias opalescens)- one male/female pair

    Splendid pearlfish (Leptolebias splendens)- one male/female pair
     




    Last edited: Feb 24, 2016
  5. Anders247Fishlore LegendMember

    Killifish/pupfish/lampeyes (continued, there's so many of them):

    Melanorivulus apiamici- one male/female pair

    Melanorivulus bororo- one male/female pair

    Melanorivulus cyanopterus- one male/female pair

    Melanorivulus dapazi- one male/female pair

    Melanorivulus decoratus- one male/female pair

    Melanorivulus faucireticulatus- one male/female pair

    Melanorivulus giarettai- one male/female pair

    Melanorivulus illuminatus- one male/female pair

    Melanorivulus kayabi- one male/female pair

    Melanorivulus kunzei- one male/female pair

    Melanorivulus leali- one male/female pair

    Melanorivulus litteratus- one male/female pair

    Melanorivulus modestus- one male/female pair

    Melanorivulus paresi- one male/female pair

    Melanorivulus pictus- one male/female pair

    Melanorivulus pinima- one male/female pair

    Melanorivulus planaltinus- one male/female pair

    Melanorivulus punctatus- one male/female pair

    Melanorivulus rubroreticulatus- one male/female pair

    Melanorivulus schuncki- one male/female pair

    Melanorivulus ubirajarai- one male/female pair

    Melanorivulus violaceus- one male/female pair

    Melanorivulus zygonectes- one male/female pair

    Micromoema xiphophora- one male/female pair

    Millerichthys robustus- one male/female pair

    Mucurilebias leitaoi- one male/female pair

    Nematolebias catimbau- one male/female pair

    Neofundulus guaporensis- one male/female pair

    Neofundulus parvipinnis- one male/female pair

    Notholebias cruzi- one male/female pair

    Notholebias fractifasciatus- one male/female pair

    Barredtail pearlfish (Notholebias minimus)- one male/female pair

    Papiliolebias bitteri- one male/female pair

    Pituna brevirostrata- one male/female pair

    Pituna compacta- one male/female pair

    Pituna obliquoseriata- one male/female pair

    Pituna poranga- one male/female pair

    Pituna schindleri- one male/female pair

    Pituna xinguensis- one male/female pair

    Plesiolebias altamira- one male/female pair

    Plesiolebias aruana- one male/female pair

    Plesiolebias canabravensis- one male/female pair

    Plesiolebias filamentosus- one male/female pair

    Plesiolebias fragilis- one male/female pair

    Plesiolebias glaucopterus- one male/female pair

    Plesiolebias lacerdai- one male/female pair

    Plesiolebias xavantei- one male/female pair

    Rachovia brevis- one male/female pair

    Rachovia hummelincki- one male/female pair

    Rachovia maculipinnis- one male/female pair

    Rachovia pyropunctata- one male/female pair

    Renova oscari- one male/female pair

    Green rivulus (Rivulus cylindraceus)- one male/female pair

    Rivulus formosensis- one male/female pair

    Rivulus insulaepinorum- one male/female pair

    Hispaniolan rivulus (Rivulus roloffi)- one male/female pair

    Rivulus tomasi- one male/female pair

    Simpsonichthys alternatus- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys auratus- one male/two females

    Lyrefin pearlfish (Simpsonichthys boitonei)- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys bokermanni- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys brunoi- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys chacoensis- one male/two females

    Featherfin pearlfish (Simpsonichthys constanciae)- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys costai- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys delucai- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys filamentosus- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys flammeus- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys fulminantis- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys inaequipinnatus- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys izecksohni- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys magnificus- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys marginatus- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys multiradiatus- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys myersi- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys nigromaculatus- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys notatus- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys ocellatus- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys parallelus- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys perpendicularis- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys picturatus- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys punctulatus- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys reticulatus- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys rosaceus- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys rufus- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys santanae- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys semiocellatus- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys similis- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys stellatus- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys trilineatus- one male/two females

    Simpsonichthys zonatus- one male/two females

    Spectrolebias brousseaui- one male/two females

    Stenolebias bellus- one male/two females

    Stenolebias damascenoi- one male/two females

    Saberfin killi (Terranatos dolichopterus)- one male/two females

    Valencia robertae- one male/two females

    Black lampeye (Aplocheilichthys antinorii)- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Aplocheilichthys atripinna- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females.

    Brichard's lampeye (Aplocheilichthys brichardi)- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Bukoba lampeye (Aplocheilichthys bukobanus)- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Central East African lampeye (Aplocheilichthys centralis)- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Lake Rukwa lampeye (Aplocheilichthys fuelleborni)- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Meshscaled topminnow (Aplocheilichthys hutereaui)- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Omo lampeye (Aplocheilichthys jeanneli)- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Striped topminnow (Aplocheilichthys katangae)- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Aplocheilichthys kingii- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Kongoro lampeye (Aplocheilichthys kongoranensis)- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Kibiti lampeye (Aplocheilichthys lacustris)- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Lualaba lampeye (Aplocheilichthys lualabaensis)- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Big tailed lampeye (Aplocheilichthys macrurus)- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Aplocheilichthys mahagiensis- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Aplocheilichthys meyburghi- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Moeru lampeye (Aplocheilichthys moeruensis)- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Natal topminnow (Aplocheilichthys myaposae)- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Hummingbird lampeye (Aplocheilichthys myersi)- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Tanganyika lampeye (Aplocheilichthys pumilus)- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Lake Rudolf lampeye (Aplocheilichthys rudolfianus)- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Bitschumbi lampeye (Aplocheilichthys vitschumbaensis)- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Hylopanchax leki- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Hylopanchax moke- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Hylopanchax ndeko- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Hylopanchax paucisquamatus- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Hylopanchax silvestris- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Blue lampeye (Hylopanchax stictopleuron)- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Hannerz' Lampeye (Poropanchax hannerzi)- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Norman's Lampeye Killifish (Poropanchax normani)- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Rancurel's lampeye (Poropanchax rancureli)-
    up to 6. 3 males and 3 females

    Poropanchax stigmatopygus- up to 6. 3 males and 3 females
     
    Last edited: Feb 24, 2016
  6. Anders247Fishlore LegendMember

    Alright, so now I have to separate the invertebrates because I ran out of room again... (for those who've seen this post a few times, I'm editing the ones before and moving this one to the bottom to keep them in order)
    Invertebrates (are suitable):
    Cherry shrimp and it's variants (Neocaridina davidi)
    Neocaridina zhangjiajiensis and it's variants
    Caridina multidentata (amano shrimp)
    Palaemonetes sp. ghost shrimp
    Macrobrachium sp. whisker shrimp
    Caridina cantonensis and it's variants such as:
    Crystal red shrimp
    Tiger shrimp
    Red tiger shrimp
    Black tiger shrimp
    Golden bee shrimp
    Orange bee shrimp
    White bee shrimp
    Black king kong shrimp
    Panda shrimp
    Shadow panda shrimp
    Wine red shrimp
    Super Tiger shrimp
    Caridina sp. and variants such as:
    Blue bee shrimp
    Brown camo shrimp
    Cardinal shrimp
    Dark green shrimp
    Malaya shrimp
    Orange delight shrimp
    Red goldflake shrimp
    Caridina cf. spongicola "harlequin shrimp"
    Ninja shrimp (Caridina serratirostris)
    Purple zebra shrimp (Potamalpheops sp.)
    Caridina serrata "Red tupfel"
    Caridina serrata "Tangerine tiger"
    Cambarellus montezumae "Acocil" dwarf crayfish
    Cambarellus patzcuarensis Dwarf CPO crayfish
    Apple snail (Ampullariidae sp.)
    Mystery snail (Ampullariidae sp.)
    Rabbit snail (Tylomelania gemmifara)
    Nerite snail (Neritina natalensis)
    Malaysian trumpet snail (Melanoides tuberculata)
    Black devil snail (Faunus ater)
    Pond snail (Lymnaea stagnalis)
    Bladder snail (Physa sp.)
    Ramshorn snail (Planorbis rubrum)
    Thai Micro crabs (Limnopilos naiyanetri)
     
  7. LucyModeratorModerator Member

    Open as requested :)
     
  8. Redshark1Fishlore VIPMember

    Great list thanks and I will enjoy looking up the many fish I don't know.

    To nitpick haha! "up to one" ?
     
  9. Anders247Fishlore LegendMember

    Lol, I just did that because I had "up to" for pretty much everything else, and I like symmetry.
     
  10. PlecomakerWell Known MemberMember

    id gladly debate Xiphophorus clemenciae, while their size might work, their temper will often not. i wouldn't keep groups like that in this tank size.
     
  11. Anders247Fishlore LegendMember

    Good to know. Would one or two be OK in this size tank?
     
  12. PlecomakerWell Known MemberMember

    one might, its that usual swordtail argumentative thing, just in fun size ;)

    you might even get something small in with 1 instead, maybe shrimp or some other tiny fish, i think they mostly argue with each other
     
  13. Anders247Fishlore LegendMember

    Thank you! I'll change it.
     
  14. Catfish12345Valued MemberMember

    Wow, you outdid yourself! How long did it take?
     
  15. Anders247Fishlore LegendMember

    Lol, it's still ongoing.
     
  16. LucyModeratorModerator Member

  17. junebugFishlore LegendMember

    Anders, for the wild bettas you've listed, I would suggest removing any of them with an adult size larger than 2".

    Also note that for any of the wild bettas suitable to a ten gallon tank, you can very easily keep pairs, trios, reverse trios, and for the smallest species (the dwarf bubblenesters) you can keep much larger groups. Wild bettas all need planted tanks as well.
     
  18. Anders247Fishlore LegendMember

    Thank you for the info. I will change it.
    I don't believe I have any bettas over 2 inches, but I can go back and check to be sure. My thing was 'centerpiece' fish over 2 inches, no, and schooling fish over 1 inch, no.
     
  19. junebugFishlore LegendMember

    Pugnax complex species get really large. I had one fish from the same complex that was well over 7" long.

    Also wild bettas aren't very good centerpiece fish because they are super super shy. They do best in species only tanks or with other very timid fish (as long as they can hold their own against the bettas)
     
  20. Anders247Fishlore LegendMember

    I know, by centerpiece type fish I meant fish that don't need to be kept in schools. Probably the wrong word to use, lol.

    Edit: removed pugnax.
     
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