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Species names starting with m

Megalomphodus megalopterus
Black Phantom Tetra
Megalomphodus megalopterus
Melanochromis johanni
Johanni Mbuna
Melanochromis johanni
Melanotaenia boesemani
Boesemans rainbow fish
Melanotaenia boesemani
Melanotaenia fluviatilis
Melanotaenia fluviatilis
Melanotaenia papuae
Papuan Rainbowfish
Melanotaenia papuae
Melanotaenia praecox
Dwarf neon rainbowfish
Melanotaenia praecox
Melanotaenia trifasciata
Jewel rainbowfish
Melanotaenia trifasciata
Mesonauta festiva
Festive cichlid
Mesonauta festiva
Metriaclima estherae
Red zebra
Metriaclima estherae
Myleus rubripinnis
Red finned silver dollar, Moon redhook
Myleus rubripinnis

Common names starting with m

Mai-Ndombe dwarf cichlid
Nanochromis transvestitus
Nanochromis transvestitus
Marbled hatchetfish
Carnegiella strigata strigata
Carnegiella strigata strigata
Metallic livebearer
Girardinus metallicus
Girardinus metallicus
Midget suckermouth catfish, Dwarf sucker catfish, Oto
Otocinclus affinis
Otocinclus affinis
Millions fish, Guppy
Poecilia reticulata
Poecilia reticulata
Molly, Liberty Molly, Black Molly, Short-Finned Molly
Poecilia sphenops
Poecilia sphenops
Moon redhook, Red finned silver dollar
Myleus rubripinnis
Myleus rubripinnis
Moonlight gourami
Trichogaster microlepis
Trichogaster microlepis
Mosaic corydoras
Corydoras haraldschultzi
Corydoras haraldschultzi
Mosquito fish, Dwarf livebearer
Heterandria formosa
Heterandria formosa







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Too many fish? Overstocked tanks stress the fish in many ways: competition for food and space, bullying from other fish, deterioration of water quality and increased concentration of disease vectors. A lightly stocked tank will always be easier to care for, with more stable water quality


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