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i need some new help im begging u plz!

Discussion in 'Fish and Aquarium - all types' started by pookiepets, Jun 20, 2005.

  1. pookiepets

    pookiepets New Member

    hey yall! well i just got a 75 gallon tank i have 2 neon swordtails 3 assorted platies and 1 white looking platy i need more i was thinking on danos black skirts , serpaes mollies etc thank for the help

    daniel :y_the_best:
  2. Nameless

    Nameless New Member

    I think you can add the ones you just mentioned without a problem, are there specifics types, or sizes of fish that you prefer, big, small, tetras, livebearers, barbs, sharks, catfish, gouramis, loaches, etc.
  3. pookiepets

    pookiepets New Member

    hey! ummm a large one to attract the kids since i own a tutoring center here! I NEED THE WHOLE 411~!~!~ thanks
  4. Fish Addict

    Fish Addict New Member

    has this tank been cycled?
  5. pookiepets

    pookiepets New Member

    yes it has
  6. Nameless

    Nameless New Member

    I dunno, if you want color, you could go cichlid but not with the fish you have in there right now. Or if you want small fish with lots of colors, you could go with tetras, barbs, gouramis and livebearers, but if you wnat big fish, you would probaly not be able to keep the fish you have in there with them, if you want gentle giants, you could get clown loaches although they grow slowly, bala sharks, plecos, and silver dollars. If you want lonesome large aggressive giants then you could get oscars, jd's, or other fish.
  7. pookiepets

    pookiepets New Member

    yes i need some hardy ones i notice ure on how can we direct chat
  8. Aqueous

    Aqueous New Member

    How about getting a large school of Danios. They're generally fast moving and IMO more active than Tetras. They would probably get the attention of the kids.

    I don't know about compatibilty with the fish you have now, but maybe your could get some angelfish.
  9. pookiepets

    pookiepets New Member

    ohhh thats great but i would also loveee guppies
    is there a wai that i can have them

    p.s u guys are helping me soooo much thanks :D
  10. pookiepets

    pookiepets New Member

    welll umm i wanted to know that angel fish how much do they run for there care and etc can u help me with that i love those fish but i need alot like about 7
  11. Aqueous

    Aqueous New Member

    I've mixed guppies with platy's before so you could probably do that if you wanted.
  12. pookiepets

    pookiepets New Member

    awesome im gonna go on aim and i have ure sn is it Angel625159 i will im asap ok thanks
  13. pookiepets

    pookiepets New Member

    waiut will they do good with swords
  14. Aqueous

    Aqueous New Member

    Platy's and swordtails have pretty mich the same temperment so they would probably be ok.
  15. Shineillusion

    Shineillusion New Member

    If you want something on the larger size that are peaceful, not so picky about water quality as the angels, and can be quite colorful and pretty, look at the Australian Rainbows.

    I've kept my Rainbows with Guppies, Swordtails, Zebra Danios, Neon Tetras and even Glass Catfish and never had a problem of any kind. They tend to mind their own business, aren't fin nippers, and don't seem to be aggressive in any way.

    Depending on the variety, they can get to be 4-6 inches in length. I was just at the zoo in Memphis and saw a school of mature Bosman Rainbows that was just spectacular.
  16. pookiepets

    pookiepets New Member

    wow...so i can keep neons with guppies!
  17. Trickster

    Trickster New Member

    Every fish u have asked about are simple community fish that should all work unless u get the bad apple in the bunch. I would recommend getting Clown loachs, they can get as large as 12"! They will eaisly get attention and do a fine job cleaning the bottom of ur tank. And they arent at all aggressive, mainly because they cant realy bite other fish (since they bottom feeders)

    Hey and u got mostly live bearers so watch for big bellys (Pregnancy), thats always fun.

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