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rev said:
I posted a pic instead of describing the fish. Mike has described the fish he has in mind & we have to guess which fish he's thinking of. After each guess he can give a clue if he wants to & whoever gets it right picks a different fish & on it goes.
<sigh> I know that.


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Who am I ?




Not the loach on the bottom !
You said, "Not the loach at the bottom." So I assumed we were NOT guessing the loach at the bottom!
 

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You should be able to notice the small circular mouth just about the loach.:wink2:
 

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Come on guys it aint rocket science!!

Gump said:
xingumike said:
I am a brightly coloured fish that is native to India
dwarf gouramis
Good guess but not right Gump.

My genus can be considered aggresive as a whole but i am a peaceful member of it, my colour are so bright that many people think they are dyed when they first see me
 

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Indian glass fish(Chanda ranga)?
 

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flatcam1 said:
i was thinking that but mike says it is a brightly colour fish.
so hmmmmmmmmm.
You miss this one by Mike.:wink2:
"my colour are so bright that many people think they are dyed when they first see me"
Therefore, I'm right.:mrgreen:
 

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Blue said:
Therefore, I'm right
Sorry Blue not quite there yet!!

Ok last few clues...

I am a schooling fish that will grow to a maximum size of 6 inches (15cm), i have become more available recently in the aquarium trade although i am considered endangered in the wild.

Ring any bells yet??
 

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My favorite Puntius denisonii.:welldone:

Those are endemic to India.:wink2:
 

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I am a livebearer originating from Central and South America. I am the only fish that can tolerate soft, acidic waters and can be kept perfectly with discus. I am 3 cm in size and my dorsal fin has black spot at the base.

Whew...Long clue...:mrgreen:
 

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Both wrong.:mrgreen:
 

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well geez :p ; I would say cardinal tetra, as they go well with the discus but they are not livebearers. You are far too smart, Blue!
 

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Nope nope nope...:wink2:
I can get away with 3 pages of guesses. :twisted:

Brie said:
Livebearing toothcarp?
What species is that? Scientifc name would be more accurate.:wink2:
 
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