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orange fishies #1
Does anyone know what these little orange fishies are? We inherited them with a tank we just bought.

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Goldnugget Goldnugget
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Re: orange fishies #2
Look like Serpae Tetra (Hyphessobrycon eques) to me:

http://www.tropicalfishprofiles.com/w ... 10/serpae-tetra-large.jpg
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Re: orange fishies #3
seconded - serpae tetra
Central Americans; once they pop they don't stop!
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Re: orange fishies #4
Brilliant, thankyou!
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Re: orange fishies #5
Theres some basic info on wiki about they're general care:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serpae_tetra

Hope that helps.