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What fish should i get?

Discussion in 'Fish and Aquarium - all types' started by eng_mast_2, Jul 20, 2004.

  1. eng_mast_2

    eng_mast_2 New Member

    well all i have (in the 20 gallon tank) is 7 zebra danios... i have two other tanks with one orange dwarf chichlid and one with an oscar...

    What can I put in with my zebra danios???
  2. JxKIM89

    JxKIM89 New Member

    Get gourami! They look nice and they aint aggressive at all. Well my pink kissing one isnt.
  3. eng_mast_2

    eng_mast_2 New Member

    ive never seen one... lol how big are they and where did you get yours?? ..........

    im back now...

    and i saw one... omg they are SOOOOOOO cute!!! omg omg omg

    i want one... how much are they?!!? :eek: lol
  4. grnlemonade

    grnlemonade New Member

    usaully the average price by me is $5
  5. JxKIM89

    JxKIM89 New Member

    Haha they are like 4 bux each at petco
  6. needlefish

    needlefish New Member

    why get a kissing gourmai? u could get a flame dwarf gourami, very colorful fish and not aggressive.
  7. JxKIM89

    JxKIM89 New Member

    the pink kissing ones are just fun to look at bcuz they kiss the glass and sometimes other fish. The balloon ones are really funny. Get whatever you want, but if you want gourami look at all different kinds.
  8. t_chelle16

    t_chelle16 New Member

    Don't get a kissing gourami. They get way too big for your tank.

    If you want a gourami, stick to the dwarf gouramis. I also recomend tetras & barbs. And some cory cats to help clean up any extra food.

  9. eng_mast_2

    eng_mast_2 New Member

    thanks... but still, i think i might need a little more of choice... :D
  10. t_chelle16

    t_chelle16 New Member

    There's 100's of species of tetras, barbs, and cories. The best thing to do would be to check out the stores in your area and see what they have. Pick out a few fish that you'd be interested in and write down the names. Then come online and research them to make sure they'll work.

  11. bloodpain

    bloodpain New Member

    Honestly, I would recommend pearl gouramis
  12. needlefish1

    needlefish1 New Member

    u could get 2 corys and maybe a ram fish
  13. dirt_rider93561

    dirt_rider93561 New Member

    if you are going to look into gouramis then i suggest getting dwarf gouramis. they will work out a little better with ur other fish. Fire gouramis are aggressive but look cool. another gourami that looks like the fire is the cinnamon gourami. they are not aggressive. the powder blue dwarf gourami is really cool and interesting to watch under the light.
    but whatever you like.
  14. 3_second_memory

    3_second_memory New Member

    my guarami was very aggressive toward my betta. Guppies and live bearers are always fun!

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