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Fish and Other Animals

In this area are a bunch of articles about keeping or breeding fish (and snails). Where appropriate, fish are broken out by family or species.

For discussions on good first and second fish (and some not so good fish), read the FAQ.
[LINK] Ken Ruzek keeps a "Master Index of Freshwater Fish" site.

General Fishkeeping

Fish by Category

Cichlids, General
American Cichlid Association
The Cichlid Room Companion
Eric Gracyalny's Cichlid Home Page is the oldest cichlid-specific site on the web.
Cichlids, Dwarf West African and New World
This is now a Krib "feature", so they are kept in the separate Apisto section.
Cichlids, Rift Lake
Misc. Tanganyikans
Julidichromis species
Lamprologus lelupi
Shell Dwellers
Cyphotilapia frontosa
Pseudotropheus zebra
Lake Victorian cichlids
Cichlids, Big Neotropical
Angelfish and Altum Angels
Uaru
Discus
[LINK] Discus study group
Discus-L Web site
Geophagus (the eartheaters)
Convicts
Oscar
Severum
Catfish
Pl*cos: postings, Zebra Pl*co Info, and the Pl*co "FAQ"
Corydorus catfish
Otocinclus
Carps and Barbs
Check out Neil Frank and Liisa Sarakontu's ``mother-of-all articles'' on algae-eating carps (siamensis, flying fox, etc), and other info pertaining to the Siamese Algae Eater.
Goldfish
Characins
Tetras, General
Neon Tetra
Lemon Tetra
Rummy-nose Tetra
Livebearers
American Livebearer Association
Viviparous the livebearer information service
Molly
Guppy
Ameca splendens, the Butterfly Gooedid; can be used as an algae eater.
P. endlers (another obscure one)
Killifish
Killifish: postings
[LINK] International Killifish Association
[LINK] American Killifish Association
Killifish: Jordanella floridae (American-Flag Fish)
Everything else
Glassfish
Gourami
Bettas
Brackish Fish
Danios
Rainbowfish
Archerfish
Black Ghost
Freshwater Stingrays
Spotted Puffer
Native Fish (mostly USA).
[LINK] North American Native Fishes Association (NANFA)
Fish that Jump
Non-Fish Animal-types (Pests Included)
Snails
Freshwater Shrimp: Assorted Postings
Freshwater Shrimp: Joe Anderson's Article (a nice illustrated summary of several different species).
[LINK] The Caridina Japonica Site
Freshwater Clams
Hydra
Dragonfly Nymphs
Aphids and Mites
Slime Mold
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