Oscar names? in Oscar Fish Forum

south_east_oscars wrote: so basicly its just people giving the same fish several different names .
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The following species have been recommended by our membership as being compatible Oscar fish tank mates. Along with each species names are notes regarding keeping that species as Oscar tank mates. The intent is not to create a species profile, but simply to give you a heads-up regarding special issues regarding keeping that species with Oscars. As you should with any new fish, please research the species before you add it to your Oscar tank. Simply pasting the species name into Google will normally give you a wealth of information. Note that I have not personally kept many of these species, so just be warned that it is possible that there may be some issues with these species that I am not aware of. I asked for tips from those with more than 6 months of experience with the species, so hopefully, they are fairly reliable recommendations. I note the member who provided the information at the end of the discussion of each species.
south_east_oscars wrote: so basicly its just people giving the same fish several different names .
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Some people (many people) argue that they can just take back the extra fish when the tank gets too small. I have an incredibly helpful and friendly pet shop within half an hour of me. The manager and I are friends, and he'll happily take any fish that I cannot care for anymore. But I still hate doing it. I love my fish, they have names, personalities, habits - things I know because I spend a lot of time with them (and a whole pile of things that I probably imagine, much like people imagine that their cat can speak or that their dog can predict the future). Even when I raise fry for someone else, I worry - will they be well cared for? Now we haven't even considered cases where pet shops are not friendly, or where no one wants a medium sized oscar.Common Names: Oscar Fish, Velvet Cichlid, Marbled Cichlid, or any number of color/pattern variations + Oscar (Tiger Oscar, Red Oscar, Common Oscar, Albino Oscar, Lutino Oscar, Wild Type Oscar)The oscar () is a species of from the known under a variety of common names, including tiger oscar, velvet cichlid, and marble cichlid. In tropical South America, where the species naturally resides, specimens are often found for sale as a food fish in the local markets. The fish has been introduced to other areas, including China, Australia, and the United States. It is considered a popular fish in Europe and the U.S.Oscar () is a species of fish from the family known under a variety of common names including oscar, tiger oscar, velvet cichlid, or marble cichlid. The scientific name for these species is the and these grow up to 16" in length (40cm) and weigh over 3 pounds (1.5kg). The Oscar fish is also an intelligent species of fish and is very popular as aquarium fish as well. These are also very aggressive and you need to look after them with great care if you plan to have them in your .Common Names: Oscar Fish, Velvet Cichlid, Marbled Cichlid, or any number of color/pattern variations + Oscar (Tiger Oscar, Red Oscar, Common Oscar, Albino Oscar, Lutino Oscar, Wild Type Oscar)Common Names: Oscar Fish, Velvet Cichlid, Marbled Cichlid, or any number of color/pattern variations + Oscar (Tiger Oscar, Red Oscar, Common Oscar, Albino Oscar, Lutino Oscar, Wild Type Oscar)