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Firebelly girrl 05-20-2007 12:54 AM

Found this site...lots of fishies...
I found this website that has a lot of info on it. It has tons of tropical species that you may be interested in by name, even if your not sure what you want yet, you can look through all the different fishies and see if one stands out to you.
Though I would share :lol: :lol:

miagrrl 05-20-2007 10:03 AM

thats a neat site! thanks for sharing!

MattD 05-21-2007 10:46 PM

Bookmarked. Thanks, I hate having to google for each new type of fish I want to learn about.

willow 05-22-2007 02:29 AM

thanks for that.
another one for my favourites list.

Firebelly girrl 05-22-2007 08:01 PM

Your welcome :lol: I tend to be on there a lot seeing what I want next :roll:

willow 05-23-2007 03:15 AM

i won't go there at the moment,as i am
fullly stocked on both tanks.

tophat665 05-24-2007 03:47 PM

Untrustworthy site. Sorry, but I cannot recommend taking advice from any site that lists Wolf Fish as suitable for anything but a sole occupancy species tank. That's the first thing I found wrong there today, but I have never had any luck finding good information on this site, and their fish care profiles are sparse at best.

If you can't find any other information on a fish, then you aren't looking hard enough.

ShawnMcc 05-26-2007 03:02 PM

How about the links from this site? What do you think of them.

tophat665 05-26-2007 10:08 PM

Well, let's see... generally has pretty good info, but it's pretty sparse (Just vital stats, usually). Same deal with
I have found to be very good.
For Loaches, you can't go wrong with Loaches Online. has good profiles, but not a whole ton of them. Ditto has really limited basic information, but lots of anecdotal information.

I would stay away from and Both of those tend to be inaccurate, or at least to hold consistent minority opinions at variance with my (admittedly limited) experience, as well as most other online sources of information.

tophat665 05-26-2007 10:12 PM

Also, for Catfish, Scotcat and Planetcatfish are great resources. For fish that are hard to find with a basic google search, try; Loths of the information is highly technical, but you can use to to get a beeter idea of size, water params, and diet, or at the very least some more search terms.

But your very best resource is always Google. Start there and read everything you can., then decide who knows what they're talking about, and who is just trying to sell you a bill of goods.

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