| Badman's tropical fish was
started in 1997, it first was coded on an old web TV unit and the html was
all done by hand. Over the years the site has evolved into one of the largest
and most comprehensive in the web. As it has grown so have my abilities
to make it a little more uniform. I am constantly updating and have many
interactive areas for user input. The sites message
board is very active and is moderated by a great bunch of hobbyist.
The pages are divided into separate sections geared to all hobbyist. They
will feature a brief description of the most commonly kept major fish families.
There is also a monthly changing page with detailed descriptions of individual
fishes, dealing from their native habitat to their upkeep in a home aquarium.
This page will feature fish not only from the profiled families, but from
the complete Genera of fishes. I will also have a generalized overview on
the tank conditions needed for spawning. Any case specific breeding methods
will be covered in the detailed fish descriptions. A large fish index section
will have quick information and pictures on many of toady's favorite fish
in an easy to read table format.
Want some quick information on a fish? Visit my Fish statistics page, it has pictures and statistics for over one-hundred and fifty fish! For a great place to see higher quality photos please visit the sister site Tropical fish gallery here you will find a huge species gallery, a photo section where you can upload and store your own pictures as well as sections on taking and editing your photos.
My qualifications; I have been involved in the tropical fish hobby for over thirty years, starting with the obligatory twenty gallon community setup. Over the years I have kept almost every kind of fish, in setups ranging from community to Biotope to saltwater mini-reef systems.
My "fish room" had a high of twenty tanks ranging in sizes from five
to fifty-five gallons, with different breeding species, and home made
wet-dry filtration systems. I am currently running a thirty seven gallon
community set up, while I have in the past ran a lot more aquariums I
have found that the daily upkeep of the site has taken almost all of my