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05/21/2013 - How to find fishes by name with more accuracy?

How to find fishes by name with more accuracy?

Common names of species may vary from country to country. So, if you are searching for fish by name, always prefer using keywords so you will have more accuracy on your searching. Here are some examples:

1. For Neon Tetra, go to Search Base and type the keyword neon. Then hit Search button and it will find it on our database
2. For Ram Cichlid, go to Search Base and type the keyword ram. Then hit Search button and it will find it on our database
3. For Kuhli loach, go to Search Base and type kuhli.Then hit Search button and it will find it on our database
4. For Platy, go to Search Base and type the keyword platy. Then hit Search button and it will find it on our database
5.For Red Tail Black Shark,go to Search Base and type the keyword shark. Then hit Search button and it will find it on our database

- An alternative to item 1 would be choosing Characidae family and hit search button
- An alternative to item 2 would be choosing Cichlidae family, tap South America on map and hit search button. That will search Cichlidae AND South America, so it will search for cichlids in South America, only
- An alternative to item 3 would be choosing Cobitidae family and hit search button
- An alternative to item 4 would be choosing Poeciliidae family and hit search button
- An alternative to item 5 would be choosing Cyprinidae family and hit search button

You can also type part of the scientific or common name. Some examples:

- xipho - it will look for every species with scientific name equals to Xiphophorus
- hyphe - it will look for any species that contain the string hyphe within their names

Important Notes:

- The searching engine is restrictive. If you return to Search Base main screen to start a brand new search from scratch, donīt forget to clear all selected searching options by tapping the upright button in search base to clear/revert any previous searching arguments
- As mentioned within this same FAQs page, you need to be connected in Internet prior to searching the database

If you notice any common name that should be included into our database, please send an e-mail to info@aquariumscape.com and we will be glad to update our database accordingly.

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