Tiny Freshwater Fish-Discussion Thread

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SchizotypalVamp

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http://www.aquariacentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=152359

Yay, it works! The last page doesn't work but the list works, and that's all you really need.

So I noticed that for some reason you can't post comments, so I'm starting this thread.

I want to issue another apology to the mods, for starting this thread and for having content which keeps overloading the server, though I think it's something hidden in one of the posts I copied and pasted (there are two posts on the last page around where it stopped working last time, and I think those are the troublemakers). I don't want to appear like I have an inflated ego, starting a "discussion thread", but I'm really eager to hear feedback. Thanks to you all, and this great community!
 

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Thank-you. I was getting very frustrated. It is a good list. How many times do people ask for smaller fish to go in a smaller tank?. This is a good list to have and to reference. Again thank-you.

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Lupin

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It's always useful, Schizo. What matters is sharing the list so we won't have to keep struggling with plenty of ideas all the time.
 

toddnbecka

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Darters generally prefer cooler, fast-flowing water. I don't see them as being suitable for a nano tank. Incidentally, what size tank are we considering here?
 

toddnbecka

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Most of the "nano" tanks I've seen were only a couple gallons, generally suitable for a single betta of a small school of tiny fish. A 10 gallon is a small tank, but rather large by "nano" standards.
 

Danyal

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i have to agree w/ toddnbecka, for most FW people a 10g is usually considered more of a small tank than a nano.
 

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I dunno, when I say people talk about nano tanks I often hear them referring to 10 gallon and smaller.I wouldn't change the name.
 
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