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lemuelpr

Best Schooling Fish
 
We love schooling fish. But some do get to school very easy and others don't unless in big number. So we ask you, whats the BEST schooling fish out there!!
:D :rolleyes: :p ;)
Neons (Cardinal, Black)
Congos
Zebras
White Clouds (Golden)
Celebes Rainbow
Rummy Nose

geese

Re: The Best Schooling Fish
 
im am going with neons because of their nice colors especially when they school then it looks real nice

lil-reddog

Re: The Best Schooling Fish
 
yes, the neons are nice and they do very good in schools. also they do not get big.:D

lemuelpr

Re: The Best Schooling Fish
 
I vote for the CLASSICS, Zebras. heheeh Just 3 of them can and will school. Others seem to just be in the tank. Second place would be Rummy Nose. (I forgot to put them in the poll)

carolo

Re: Best Schooling Fish (Updated!)
 
I like Tetra's and Rasbora's. Rasbora's go like crazy and stay small.

LittleHippyGirl

Re: Best Schooling Fish (Updated!)
 
Oh man I can't vote! I've only kept black neons, but I just adore schooling fish. Golden white clouds are beautiful, but don't school as tightly as neons that I've seen. A school of congos would be stunning, too.

lemuelpr

Re: Best Schooling Fish (Updated!)
 
Hahahahah I forgot the Rasboras!!!! Cannt change it again, or maybe I can?? Anyone else says Rasboras again and I will be very tempted to do this all over again :D How could I forget about Harlequins Rasboras :mad: :D

geese

Re: Best Schooling Fish (Updated!)
 
how big of schools should rasaboras stay in

carolo

Re: Best Schooling Fish (Updated!)
 
5 or 6 would be enough. I have 8 and I don't know which swim the fastest.....the tetra's or the rasbora's

ashmar

Re: Best Schooling Fish (Updated!)
 
i have 5 neons and they dont school at all! wierd.:rolleyes:


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