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Rated #1: olive3009

State: Maryland
Country: United States United States Flag
Rank: #1 out of 392 Freshwater Fish submitted 2007
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Submitted: 05/07/2007
Ratings: 6.65
Number of votes: 43
Quote: Changing water - keeping your fish happy!
Fish Kept: Red Peacock, 2 Male, 2 Female, and 4 juvenile Haplochromis Ahli, 3 Yellow Labidochromis, 2 Loaches, Orange Zebra, Sunshine Peacock
Corals/Plants Kept: Real rocks, fake plants
Tank Size: 55
Advice: Water changes and do not over feeding.
Description: Red Peacock close up. Manual, Micro mode, no flash.

Rated #2: guppyguy

State: Virginia
Country: United States United States Flag
Rank: #2 out of 392 Freshwater Fish submitted 2007
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Submitted: 04/20/2007
Ratings: 6.62
Number of votes: 39
Quote: take it or shove it...
About Yourself: my neighbor has a 75 gallon salt water and i didnt have enough money to start one so i did a fresh water...im also 14 and work at a gas station down the road
Fish Kept: 1 pink tetra, 1 albino rainbow shark, about 30 green cobra and fire red guppy mixed, and 2 lyretail mollies. i will get breeded pairs
Corals/Plants Kept: the 5 pack of bulbs at wal-mart
Tank Size: 75
Advice: read books and ask your fish store questions
Description: 1 of my guppies in a 10,000 gallon

Rated #3: smokinhos

State: Florida
Country: United States United States Flag
Rank: #3 out of 392 Freshwater Fish submitted 2007
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Submitted: 07/15/2007
Ratings: 6.13
Number of votes: 46
Quote: "I am speed..."
Fish Kept: Africans, Monos, Scats, Geos...
Corals/Plants Kept: Variety... mostly low to medium light.
Tank Size: 180
Advice: Research your fish.
Description: Pseudotropheus Socolofi

Rated #4: kaybee

State: Florida
Country: United States United States Flag
Rank: #4 out of 392 Freshwater Fish submitted 2007
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Submitted: 08/27/2007
Ratings: 6.06
Number of votes: 52
Fish Kept: Fresh: various african cichlids (mbuna, haps, & frontosa) Brackish: green spotted puffers Marine: various damsels, maroon clownfish, bicolor angelfish, royal gramma. scooter dragonet
Corals/Plants Kept: Various LPS and soft corals.
Tank Size: 180
Advice: Patience. Monitor your tank daily.
Description: 8.5" Male nimbochromis venustus in full breeding colors.

Rated #5: Berlioz

State: Georgia
Country: United States United States Flag
Rank: #5 out of 392 Freshwater Fish submitted 2007
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Submitted: 02/19/2007
Ratings: 6.03
Number of votes: 38
Quote: "Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind." -Albert Einstein.
About Yourself: How did I get into this? I saw a Discus and had to have one. Many years later I'm still amazed by them.
Fish Kept: Tank #1: 6 Discus, 4 Rummy Nose Tetras, 6 Corridoras, a Bristlenose Pleco, a Yellow Spotted Pleco, and a Banjo Cat. Tank #2: African Cichlid tank.
Corals/Plants Kept: Live plants.
Tank Size: 55
Advice: The bigger your tank, the easier it is to maintain water parameters, and take it one step at a time. DON'T RUSH!
Description: This is Berlioz. He is a Red Spotted Green Discus, and the gentle king of my aquarium.

Rated #6: flynjs

State:
Country: Canada Canada Flag
Rank: #6 out of 392 Freshwater Fish submitted 2007
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Submitted: 05/25/2007
Ratings: 5.92
Number of votes: 50
Quote: bellys down
About Yourself: I like fish fish and ummm fish
Fish Kept: Frontosa,Cyprichromis Letasoma,Altolamprologu compressiceps,Sciaenochromis fryeri,Cyrtocara moorii,Labidochromis caeruleus,Pseudotropheus demasoni,Alconcara albino flametail,Enantiopus melanogeny,Pseudotropheus longior,Hap ruby green,Pundamilia Crimson tide,Punadmilia nyererei.Just to name a few that I have
Corals/Plants Kept: none
Tank Size: 100
Advice: Keep it simple
Description: Hap Ruby Green

Rated #7: harrymac

State: None/Other
Country: United Kingdom United Kingdom Flag
Rank: #7 out of 392 Freshwater Fish submitted 2007
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Submitted: 07/24/2007
Ratings: 5.88
Number of votes: 51
Quote: The force will be with you.......Always!
About Yourself: I have been an aquarist roughly a year
Fish Kept: Labidochromis caeruleus (Electric yellow lab), Melanochromis auratus, Maylandia lombardoi, Pseudotropheus acei Msuli, Pseudotropheus acei "ngara", OB zebra marmalade, Pseudotropheus saulosi, Cyphotilapia Frontosa, Aulonocara Red Rubin, Melanochromis Johanni.
Corals/Plants Kept: Ocean rock, Crushed coral
Tank Size: 87
Description: Psuedottrophius Acei Msuli female holding fry

Rated #8: rinop321

State: New Jersey
Country: United States United States Flag
Rank: #8 out of 392 Freshwater Fish submitted 2007
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Submitted: 12/13/2007
Ratings: 5.72
Number of votes: 60
About Yourself: my dad got a 29gallon a few years ago and ever since then i got hooked on fish keeping. Had a 55 then went up to this 90
Fish Kept: 4 iredescents , 3 tinfoil barbs , 3 columbian black fins , 3 leopard oscars , 2 plecos , 1 angelica cat
Corals/Plants Kept: .
Tank Size: 90
Advice: being patient pays off
Description: my 3/4 inch leopard oscar

Rated #9: Rands_Girl

State: None/Other
Country: United Kingdom United Kingdom Flag
Rank: #9 out of 392 Freshwater Fish submitted 2007
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Submitted: 06/18/2007
Ratings: 5.71
Number of votes: 48
Quote: Where can i fit another tank? Enough Rock's?
About Yourself: Cichlid mad Nurse who also loves Cat's, her family & her job :) BUT need's more tank's & more fish :0
Fish Kept: Cichlid: M. Callainos, M. Estherae, L. Caeruleus, Demasoni, *Alonocara OB, L. Fuellebori Marmalade cats "Katale", C. Afra "Cobue", *C. Moorii ........... *going into C. Moorii tank with other peacocks
Corals/Plants Kept: Just 2 plastic plants (For asthetics)
Tank Size: 76
Advice: Research, Research............Research!! Join a forum and ask...ask.....ASK:)
Description: Demasoni

Rated #10: Daro31

State: None/Other
Country: Canada Canada Flag
Rank: #10 out of 392 Freshwater Fish submitted 2007
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Submitted: 01/25/2007
Ratings: 5.63
Number of votes: 46
Quote: Yes you have to buy a heater, they are tropical fish...
About Yourself: Keeping fish for about 30 years, have raised angels commercially and trying to raise Discus now. This show tank is my grow out tank. I have 4 30 gallon bare tanks in waiting for when the pairs start to get frisky. My other life long hobby is photography, so photographing my fish is the best challenge of all.
Fish Kept: Discus, Angel fish Cardinal Tetras, Clown Loaches, Gold Spotted Plecostomus and Albino Coryadoras.
Corals/Plants Kept: Live plants
Tank Size: 180
Advice: Patience, Patience, Patience
Description: Pair of Marlboro Red Discus in a 100 Gallon tank. Approximately 6 inches high. THey have spawned several times but have failed to raise their young.