Articles on Oddball fishkeeping and other freshwater tropcial fish
Article Directory of Oddball Fish Species
Atlantic Mudskipper (Periophthalmus barbarus) are a one-of-a-kind brackish fish rare in aquariums!
Butterfly Goby (Neovespicula depressifrons) tiny yet VENOMOUS!
Glass Knifefish (Eigenmannia virescens) has a beautiful translucent "glasslike" body
Indian Dwarf Pea Puffer (Carinotetraodon travancoricus) a very popular nano planted tank fish with interactive personality.
Ropefish (Erpetoichthys calabaricus) are an unusual fish with a snake-like appearance and the capacity to breathe both air and water!
Red Line Pipefish (Microphis brachyurus) also known as the Short-Tailed or Opossum Pipefish
Spotted Leporinus (Leporinus nijsseni) are a unique and intriguing member of the headstander family
Fire Eel (Mastacembelus erythrotaenia) are largely nocturnal, and it needs hiding places like PVC tubing to survive
Bronze Puffer (Auriglobus modestus) a small, colorful, fast-moving puffer species
Red-Tail Red Eye Dwarf Puffer (Carinotetraodon irrubesco) a rare species that is native to Indonesia
Leopard Bushfish (Ctenopoma acutirostre) a classic species that is well-known in the aquarium hobby
Indonesian Gold Tigerfish (Datnioides microlepis) a particular favorite of enthusiasts of large freshwater predators
Leopard Moray Eel (Gymnothorax polyuranodon) is primarily nocturnal and requires driftwood other hiding places
Humpback Puffer (Tetraodon palembangensis) spends most of its time sitting on the substrate waiting for prey to come near
Scarlet Badis is a very gorgeous species with all of the greatest traits of nano fish
Black Tiger Badis (Dario sp. "Myanmar") are Beautiful red, black, and cream striping with black and blue highlights
Blue Badis (Badis badis) the Chameleon fish is a micropredator that requires a meaty diet
Rose Badis (Dario kajal) is a tiny member of the perch family
Oddball Fish Care
Puffer Fish Care
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