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|The Mutant Goldfish|
The parameters for what qualifies as your "favorite livebearer" is all up to you. Write down (linking is optional) on here what your favorite specie is. With that in mind: what's your favorite livebearer? Mine is the Swordtail.
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|Posted 10-Oct-2008 01:49|
I am partial to the Sunset Platys. I love the Red to orange to yellow color they have. I feed them the color enhancing flakes that bring out the red colors. I like how they contrast with the green foliage in my planted tank.
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|Posted 12-Oct-2008 08:11|
id have to choose montezuma swordtails.
now if only i could find a place that sells them
|Posted 15-Oct-2008 05:32|
Lyretail swordtails take my vote.
|Posted 15-Oct-2008 22:01|
endlers hands down everytime!
array of coloration/patterns
VERy low maintenence
\\\\\\\"an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of the cure\\\\\\\"
|Posted 17-Oct-2008 01:26|
I love mollies.
The only downside is at times they can have over 30 babies (happened to me with my very first molly the day I put her in the tank, 38 babies). But they are so cute to watch and I've never had a problem with them being eaten or sucked by the filter. It's like they know to hide in the gravel or plants and or stay at the surface. They keep themselves out of danger. I've read websites that say a lot about the specifics of raising them but, I've left them in the tank with all my other fish plenty of times and all of them survived (even through water changes).
Mollies are troopers. They're the only fish that could handle me the first few months I had a tank lol.
|Posted 17-Oct-2008 20:44|
Western Mosquitofish. I have 2. They were both mixed in with feeder Rosy Reds, so I thre 2 in a 5 gal. Must be tough, all the dying Rosy Reds and not a single dead mosquitofish. Meanwhile the Rosy Reds were dying not just from feeder disease, but being mauled by the Mosquitofish! Alot were dying because of missing tails
|Posted 29-Oct-2008 02:09|
|Posted 01-Nov-2008 16:41|
at the moment Xenotoca Eiseni
Hobbyist helping Hobbyists
|Posted 07-Dec-2008 22:18|
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