post pictures of your fish!!! Answered

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Post your pictures of your fish!!

For the start, I'll post mine
These are my 5 goldfish, in my 1st tank which is a 5 gallon. I will post pics of my 2nd tank soon!
As you can see, its really hard to take pictures of them. So its ok to be a little blurry.

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Mudbud

8 years ago

 Ok heres some more of my fish pictures. :D   the light shined perfect in the tank so the pics are crystal clear! (I took these 5 mins ago) :P

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Mudbud

8 years ago

 So I guess no one else has fish? I just bought a couple new ones so I'll post some pics soon!

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sunshiine

8 years ago

I like these! Nice pictures!

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hippie10

8 years ago

 this is one of my dads fish he got it with the tank and we have no idea what sort it is. if anybody knows please reply . thanks

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Mudbudhippie10

Reply 8 years ago

ive seen those before. they are priced around $10+  there are two types of them and that one looks like a convict. yes thats their name..convict

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Mudbudhippie10

Reply 8 years ago

its a type of cichilid speceies.

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Zaphod Beeblebrox

8 years ago

our fish actually JUMPED OUT OF IT'S TANK. i didn't know that fish,at least as far as betas go,could jump,salmon,yes but BETAS?!

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MudbudZaphod Beeblebrox

Reply 8 years ago

bettas can jump. thats why you need a aquarium hood. I have taught my betta to jump to his food.  you gotta hold the food just above the water (I use hikari blood worms). but after a few days you can make him jump higher.

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Zaphod BeeblebroxMudbud

Reply 8 years ago

the thing is..... i did have an aquarium hood.he knocked it off.

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MudbudZaphod Beeblebrox

Reply 8 years ago

uuuuuuuuuuuuhm wow ...strong betta. what type of tank do you have? 55g? or lower?

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Zaphod BeeblebroxMudbud

Reply 8 years ago

nowhere close.it was a little ½ gallon or so tank (the covor was maybe a couple ounces. one day,a few feet away from the tank,there was a plastic lid and dead fish on the floor.

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MudbudZaphod Beeblebrox

Reply 8 years ago

wow. sorry about your fish being dead. I had one of those tanks when I was 12 or so. He is dead now because of severe fin rot. :(

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Willard2.0

8 years ago

When the main lights are on tomorrow, I will try to get some closeups of the fish, they are barbs and do not sit still for anything.  For now, here is a full shot of the tank I had from earlier.  It is a 55g freshwater community.

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Willard2.0Willard2.0

Reply 8 years ago

I found some pics that I had saved on my laptop.  I have 3 of the silver 'tin foil barbs', 7 of the black and tan 'tiger barbs', 3 of the black striped 'clown loaches', and finally 1 red tail shark which will be posted tomorrow.

I would love to see your second tank Electro Nerd.

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MudbudWillard2.0

Reply 8 years ago

WOW! you have some nice fish. I think that tropical fish are much more colorful than goldfish. I am going to put up my tropical fish tank. its a 1.5gallon but today im buying a 5 gallon for them. 

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Willard2.0Mudbud

Reply 8 years ago

I love your betta.  Are those zebra danio's with him?  I am in the process of setting up my 10g fully planted tank and considering a betta similar to yours. 

Here are a few more pictures taken a few minutes ago.  The first one is the clown loach hideout with the red tail shark (RTS) on top.  Second is the tiger barb school.  Last is a closeup of the RTS.

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MudbudWillard2.0

Reply 8 years ago

you have nice fish.
I just finished setting up my 5g tank. and yes those are zebra danios.
I have 5 zebra danios 1 red delta tail betta I rescued from a tiny jar at petco, and I also have a plecostamus sucker fish. he never comes out cause he is nocturnal. my betta learned a trick that I tought him, he will jump for his food.

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Willard2.0Mudbud

Reply 8 years ago

I like your 5g for your betta, nice simple layout.  That black gravel should give your fish, in particular your betta, very vibrant colours.

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Mudbud

8 years ago

ok here is my 1.5g tropical tank. im getting a 5g replacement though.
the last pic is my 5g goldie fish tank

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