Top 10 Freshwater Fish 2007

Rated #1: Freshwater Fish - Aulonocara Rubescens - Ruby Red Peacock Stocking In 55 Gallons Tank

Rated #1: Freshwater Fish - Aulonocara Rubescens - Ruby Red Peacock Stocking In 55 Gallons Tank - Red Peacock close up. Manual, Micro mode, no flash.
State: Maryland
Country: United States
Rank: #1 out of 393 Freshwater Fish submitted 2007
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Submitted:
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: Real rocks, fake plants
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Advice: Water changes and do not over feeding.
Description: Red Peacock close up. Manual, Micro mode, no flash.

Rated #2: Freshwater Fish - Poecilia Reticulata - Blue Cobra Guppy Stocking In 75 Gallons Tank

Rated #2: Freshwater Fish - Poecilia Reticulata - Blue Cobra Guppy Stocking In 75 Gallons Tank - 1 of my guppies
in a 10,000 gallon
State: Virginia
Country: United States
Rank: #2 out of 393 Freshwater Fish submitted 2007
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Submitted:
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: the 5 pack of bulbs at wal-mart
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Advice: read books and ask your fish store questions
Description: 1 of my guppies in a 10,000 gallon

Rated #3: Freshwater Fish - Pseudotropheus Demasoni - Demasoni Cichlid Stocking In 76 Gallons Tank

Rated #3: Freshwater Fish - Pseudotropheus Demasoni - Demasoni Cichlid Stocking In 76 Gallons Tank - Demasoni
Country: United Kingdom
Rank: #3 out of 393 Freshwater Fish submitted 2007
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Submitted:
Ratings: 6.51
Number of votes: 59
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: Just 2 plastic plants (For asthetics)
Tank Size: 76 gallons
Advice: Research, Research............Research!! Join a forum and ask...ask.....ASK:)
Description: Demasoni

Rated #4: Freshwater Fish - Pseudotropheus Socolofi - Powder Blue Cichlid Stocking In 180 Gallons Tank

Rated #4: Freshwater Fish - Pseudotropheus Socolofi - Powder Blue Cichlid Stocking In 180 Gallons Tank - Pseudotropheus Socolofi
State: Florida
Country: United States
Rank: #4 out of 393 Freshwater Fish submitted 2007
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Submitted:
Ratings: 6.13
Number of votes: 46
Quote: "I am speed..."
Fish Kept: Africans, Monos, Scats, Geos...
Corals/Plants: Variety... mostly low to medium light.
Tank Size: 180 gallons
Advice: Research your fish.
Description: Pseudotropheus Socolofi

Rated #5: Freshwater Fish - Red Spotted Green Discus Stocking In 55 Gallons Tank

Rated #5: Freshwater Fish - Red Spotted Green Discus Stocking In 55 Gallons Tank - This is Berlioz. He is a Red Spotted Green Discus, and the gentle king of my aquarium.
State: Georgia
Country: United States
Rank: #5 out of 393 Freshwater Fish submitted 2007
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Submitted:
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: Live plants.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
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: Freshwater Fish - Haplochromis Sp. Stocking In 100 Gallons Tank

Rated #6: Freshwater Fish - Haplochromis Sp. Stocking In 100 Gallons Tank - Hap Ruby Green
Country: Canada
Rank: #6 out of 393 Freshwater Fish submitted 2007
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Submitted:
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: none
Tank Size: 100 gallons
Advice: Keep it simple
Description: Hap Ruby Green

Rated #7: Freshwater Fish - Astronotus Ocellatus - Leopard Oscar Stocking In 90 Gallons Tank

Rated #7: Freshwater Fish - Astronotus Ocellatus - Leopard Oscar Stocking In 90 Gallons Tank - my 3/4 inch leopard oscar
State: New Jersey
Country: United States
Rank: #7 out of 393 Freshwater Fish submitted 2007
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Submitted:
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: .
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Advice: being patient pays off
Description: my 3/4 inch leopard oscar

Rated #8: Freshwater Fish - Aulonocara Sp. - Dragon Blood Peacock Cichlid Stocking In 55 Gallons Tank

Rated #8: Freshwater Fish - Aulonocara Sp. - Dragon Blood Peacock Cichlid Stocking In 55 Gallons Tank - Dragon Blood Peacock
Country: Australia
Rank: #8 out of 393 Freshwater Fish submitted 2007
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Submitted:
Ratings: 5.65
Number of votes: 51
Quote: Ahh... Come' on I stayed up all night dying my underwear!!!
About Yourself: Ive kept all kinds of freshwater fish my whole life. By far my favourites are my Tanganykins.
Fish Kept: Various Malawis and Tanganykins. A.Calvus, L.Meleagris, J.Ornatus, N.Tretocephalus
Corals/Plants: Various - Anubias / Dwarf Anubias on Driftwood
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Advice: Research your fish so you know what your buying and buying what you truly want.
Description: Dragon Blood Peacock

Rated #9: Freshwater Fish - Cichlasoma Sp. - Flower Horn Cichlid Stocking In 150 Gallons Tank

Rated #9: Freshwater Fish - Cichlasoma Sp. - Flower Horn Cichlid Stocking In 150 Gallons Tank - my lovely fh!! he's d king he's damn good!!!!
Country: India
Rank: #9 out of 393 Freshwater Fish submitted 2007
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Submitted:
Ratings: 5.62
Number of votes: 45
Quote: never giv in!!!!!!
About Yourself: wel i'm a fish maniac n also dogs..!!! in common i love havin pets at home as dey ll cool u down!!! i love human n respect every1 in d way dey re to b respected!!!
Fish Kept: flowerhorn,arowana,severum,red and green terror,oscars,shovelnose catfish,discus,many mor
Corals/Plants: noooooooo
Tank Size: 150 gallons
Advice: guys tak ppl's opinion n yeah read a lot of articles n befor gettin a particular fish du gather its info on net or experienced,handled owners!!
Description: my lovely fh!! he's d king he's damn good!!!!

Rated #10: Freshwater Fish - Ctenopoma Acutirostre - Leopard Ctenopoma Stocking In 210 Gallons Tank

Rated #10: Freshwater Fish - Ctenopoma Acutirostre - Leopard Ctenopoma Stocking In 210 Gallons Tank - The Leopard Ctenopoma, also known as the Spotted Climbing Perch, is part of the Bush Fish group of the family Anabantidae. These "climbing fish" are patient predators often remaining still among plants waiting for food to pass by. The Leopard Ctenopoma is one of the more colorful species of the Ctenopoma genus. 
The Leopard Ctenopoma requires a densely planted aquarium with roots and driftwood in which to hide. Somewhat aggressive, this fish should be kept with other fish of similar size. 

Ctenopoma acutirostre is a bubble-nest builder. Slightly acidic (pH 6.5-7.0), very soft (dH 2-4), and warm water (79-82°F) is necessary for breeding. The fry should be fed live food such as brine shrimp. 

Carnivores, Leopard Ctenopomas will eat live, frozen, and prepared foods such as krill or ocean plankton, as well as floating pellet food.
State: California
Country: United States
Rank: #10 out of 393 Freshwater Fish submitted 2007
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Submitted:
Ratings: 5.6
Number of votes: 45
Quote: "The difference between intelligence and stupidity is that intelligence as its limits"
Fish Kept: Oscars, African Cichlids, Mollies, Platies, Barbs, Angels, Lionfish, Clowns, Tangs.
Corals/Plants: Many
Tank Size: 210 gallons
Advice: buy a book about maintaining an aqurium BEFORE you buy your tank and fish.
Description: The Leopard Ctenopoma, also known as the Spotted Climbing Perch, is part of the Bush Fish group of the family Anabantidae. These "climbing fish" are patient predators often remaining still among plants waiting for food to pass by. The Leopard Ctenopoma is one of the more colorful species of the Ctenopoma genus. The Leopard Ctenopoma requires a densely planted aquarium with roots and driftwood in which to hide. Somewhat aggressive, this fish should be kept with other fish of similar size. Ctenopoma acutirostre is a bubble-nest builder. Slightly acidic (pH 6.5-7.0), very soft (dH 2-4), and warm water (79-82°F) is necessary for breeding. The fry should be fed live food such as brine shrimp. Carnivores, Leopard Ctenopomas will eat live, frozen, and prepared foods such as krill or ocean plankton, as well as floating pellet food.
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