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Nevin brought the fish, shown above, from AquariumFish.net to Tom's basement and added them to his 29-gallon aquarium just before last week's show. That night Tom took these pictures, so you can see what new fish from AquariumFish.net look like. Click here now to buy Hifin Platys like these at AquariumFish.net.
New Kohaku Swordtails
Nevin also brought Tom some of the new Kohaku Swordtails, shown above. These fish have about the same color and patterns as the famous Kohaku Koi. That's why they're called Kohaku Swords. Kohaku means amber in Japanese. These fish also have so-called red eyes. In the pictures, shown above, you can a male, a female, and another male.
Red Eye Red Swordtails
On Tuesday, the day before this show, Tom visited Nevin, Freddie, and the guys at AquariumFish.net. He saw the male Red Eye Red Sword, shown in the three pictures above. What a beautiful fish! Tom brought him home, took these pictures, and named him Noodle. AquariumFish.net has over 275-aquariums packed with fish, like the fish shown on this page. Unique fish of extra high quality. Click here to visit AquariumFish.net now.
Siamese Algae Eater
Tom looked in a big sump tank at AquariumFish.net, and saw this lost fish, a nice Siamese Algae Eater, which is a very very good aquarium fish. Click here to learn more about this fish and to see several more new pictures of this fish.
Tom is still enjoying his Crystal Barbs. In the pictures, just above, you can see this male has a beautiful golden dorsal fin.
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