A well-balanced Freshwater Community fish diet consists of:

The 125 gallon Freshwater Community Starter Fish Pack A contains the following:
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Freshwater Community Fish are generally quiet and non-aggressive. Many are brightly colored schooling fish. Most species are recommended for beginning aquarists.
Blue Neon Guppy - Freshwater community fish, omnivore diet, up to 2.5", easy care, best in group 5+
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Interested in expanding your freshwater sharks tank to include other species of fish? After all, if you’ve established a freshwater aquarium of an impressive size in order to properly house your shark(s), you’d probably like to add some personality and character to your community, courtesy of freshwater fish that are available in all shapes and colors.
Blue Neon Guppy - Freshwater community fish, omnivore diet, up to 2.5", easy care, best in group 5+
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Photo provided by Flickrare a special case and need dedicated community tanks. While a few freshwater and marine fish can adapt to brackish water, most cannot.
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Tropical Freshwater Community Fish | Freshwater Tropical Fish Species: Harlequin Rasboras 2 inches; active schooling fish; may nip fins of slower moving tank mates if not provided enough space; prefer planted tanks. Tags: aquarium, tropical, pet, fish.hHave those flowing Angelfish fins caught your eye? Or perhaps you have been smitten with the adorable Corydoras catfish! Setting up a freshwater community tank offers you an endless variety of fish to choose from that will live in harmony together. Here are a few ideas:My freshwater community tank that was in my dorm room. All substrate and drift wood was found at Lake Crescent, Port Angeles, WA. The inhabitants are: Pearl Gourami, Peacock Eel, Angelfish, Geophagus Jurupari, 15 neon tetra, 10 emerald eye rasbora, 5 zebra danios, 3 bronze cats, 3 sparkling gourami, 2 clown loaches (young), 1 lemon tetra, 1 neon dwarf rainbow, 1 Bristle Nose Pleco 15 ghost shrimp, 10 amano shrimp, 1 bamboo shrimp, 1 Dinosaur Eel (Probably temporary), and 2 Mystery Snails. The plants are mostly amazon swords, some jungle val, a giant hair grass, and a couple fake plants. The tank is lit with an eclipse hood with blue LEDs added for moonlighting. Hope you enjoy it!Whether you are starting a new aquarium or rehabilitating an existing tank it is smart to get an idea of what kind of fish you intend to stock. The most popular choice is probably a community freshwater aquarium stocked with colorful, peaceful fish.Sterbai Cory Catfish. Great freshwater community fish. Loves to school in groups of at least 4, which should be put in a 10+ gallon tank. They love sand, but smooth gravel is good too! Fishometer: 9Let's understand this a little better. There are literally thousands of species of freshwater fish out there—only some of these are suitable for your aquarium, and others are best kept alone (like in a single fish species tank) or in company of similar fish (as in cichlids). Out of the fish that can live in your aquarium, some are especially suited for community tanks due to their harmonious natures.