AAAA Question of the Week – 5

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  • #1155
    David Mercer
    Admin

    Hey AAAA!

    Thanks to everyone that answered last weeks question and a huge thanks to everyone that has gone back and answered previous weeks. It is awesome to see what everyones interests are and how we all got to this point. This week we dive in a bit more specific than week 2.

    Week 5’s Question:

    What is your favorite native fish?

    Georgia has some really awesome fish, so whats your favorite?

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    David Mercer
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    #1172
    G
    Participant

    I’d have to say FL Flag Fish

    #1173
    Mitchell Broome
    Participant

    Mine has got to be the rainbow shiner (notropis chrosomus).  I have really debated setting up a 40long or 55 as a native stream filled with them and some of the unusual north american darters.

    #1181
    Brie Mercer
    Participant

    Torn between least killifish (heterandria formosa) which ive had before and loved. Or Pygmy sunfish which I’ve always wanted.

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    #1182
    Jae Ren Yee
    Participant

    I’ve always wanted pygmy sunfish too, and I have these shiners (I don’t know what species they are) that are inside one of my tanks, and has been living there for about 2 years. (I caught the shiners from the wild)  Those are my wild species favorites

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    #1188
    Jeremy Caswell

    Flag Fish, but I really want to get some Bluespotted Sunfish…

    #1193
    Julia Jeorge

    My favorite is Bluegill, but Sunfish are a close second.

    #1242
    David Mercer
    Admin

    First thing that popped into my head was pygmy sunfish (Elassoma sp.), they are so pretty but we haven’t been able to get them yet. But, I am going to have to go Heterandria Formosa, they are so small and active and I think they are probably my favorite species only tank we have had. I hope to get more of them again in the future. The golden variant are really cool too.

    David Mercer
    AAAA Board of Directors and Webmaster

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