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really large schools of cardinal tetras ( i like they have more red then neons but those work too ) and cherry red shrimp in a planted tank with a black background and substrate. there are nicer looking fish but thats my personal favorite freshwater setup.
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There really are a great number of attractive fish that live in the streams and lakes of the US. (Sorry can't speak for Europe; haven't had the experience there that I have in the US.) I clearly remember the first time I held a live rainbow trout taken from a stream. It was gorgeous.
Most beautiful fish in personal opinion, huh? Let's see... I love the look of bettas, endler livebearers, Red blood parrot cichlids, black ghost knifes, and I think the very small tetras (like embers and such) are very pretty. Also I think sparkling gouramis are beautiful, and rainbow fish. Oh, and a big school of tiger barbs are always breathtaking. One fish I have that I am particularly fond of is my golden barb (s)... they remind me of koi, but able to be kept in a 29g tank. They have beautiful golden and orange colors.
*They call me, Amanda*
Tank 1: (29 gal planted) empty
Tank 2: (15 gal) empty
I like bettas too but they are not as active as tiger barbs. I love an active fish. My only fish right now is a silver molly and she is pretty and right now I have 8-10 fry and only like 4 look silver and the rest look black, might be dalmation mollies. She is active, not at first and but now she is.
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