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View Poll Results: your best schooling fish.

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  • rummynose tetra

    127 32.73%
  • neon tetra

    75 19.33%
  • cardinal tetra

    128 32.99%
  • harlequin rasbrora

    54 13.92%
  • rasbora espei

    20 5.15%
  • rasbora hengei

    11 2.84%
  • golden white cloud/ white cloud minnow

    23 5.93%
  • lampeyes

    18 4.64%
  • boraras brigittae

    27 6.96%
  • cherry barbs

    7 1.80%
  • others(please post what is the fish)

    29 7.47%
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Thread: Poll for your best schooling fish!

  1. #21
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    Hemigramus rodwayi Golden Tetra

    see here.
    http://www.rva.jp/characin/hem_a_g.htm

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    cardinals and neons are gorgeous in pack of 50 or so

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    How about penguine tetras... Though i've kept 2pcs many years back so am not sure about them being good schooling fishes but from pictures that i've seen they are always photographed together and not dispersed. Moreover they're cheap and beautiful.
    Admiring my Fishes calm the Beast within me

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    aquarius...

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    cardinals and neons are great schooling fish but they get frighten easily.
    Last edited by Quixotic; 30th May 2008 at 00:29. Reason: Spelling

  6. #26
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    rummynose tetra bro
    Last edited by Quixotic; 2nd May 2008 at 14:08.

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    Neon tetras
    Eat little, excretes little!

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    My neons were greedy pigs

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    Lol, maybe i was starving them :-P

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    And i was over feeding them

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    I had 10 rummy-nose (9 left now) and they've always stay together in my tank. I originally had 10 red-eye tetra. Under no circumstances would i recommend them. Apparently they werent agressive and were just another type of tetra. No sooner had i put them in my tank they immediately separated and each kept there own space, attacking each other should they get to close. after a week they had all bitten each others fins off and i took them back to my LFS and replaced them with rummy-nose Best swap i've ever done. Im in love with my rummy-nose now
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    Talking i cant make my fish fall in :)

    hi i have about 100 cardinal, 20 bleeding heart tetra, they all don't march together both type of fish also get frighten easily. Any solution to this ?
    Last edited by Quixotic; 30th May 2008 at 00:02. Reason: SMS lingo: 'dun'

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    maybe you could add some blackwater ?

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    Smile Blackwater?

    Blackwater? why?
    Quixotic theres a spelling error at post #25 thanks
    Last edited by Quixotic; 30th May 2008 at 00:29. Reason: SMS lingo: 'tks'

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    Thank you for highlighting that.

    Please do refrain from SMS abbreviations (e.g. 'dun', 'u', 'ur', 'mi') as this can very very difficult to read. Thank you for your kind co-operation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EvolutionZ View Post
    strangly, my 20 piece of broraras brigittae don't school at all even with a apisto agasizzi in there..
    Mine is also not schooling at all when kept with tons of guppies.
    Cheers,
    U.K.Lau

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    Hmm because blackwater causes the water to be "suan", and make their vision blurred. Hence they won't get frightened or shy that easily. I have tried and it works

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    leaves extract

    i just picked up a couple of leaves, maybe going to extract the 'juice' and try

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    white cloud mountain minnow!!
    Hi

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    Cardinal tetras! My bread and butter fish.

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