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Can I Keep It? 1.2.1

Simple applications explaining the art of choosing fish for a community aquarium


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  • Last Updated: Sep 26, 2008
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/Me
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Can I Keep It? is a Home & Education software developed by Neale Monks. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Can I Keep It?:

Edit by Brothersoft: These are simple applications for introducing aquarists to the art of choosing fish for the community Aquarium. Essentially it is an interactive version of the compatibility matrices seen in some aquarium books. Further information on how the application selects fish is given in the "How To Use" panel. The "Notes" panel includes some information about other fishkeeping applications I've written as well as notes about this program.


When you click on the name of a fish, incompatible species are dimmed, indicating that they cannot be kept with the selected fish. A Brief explanation of any problems specific to the fish are noted in the text box at the bottom of the application window. You can click on as many fish as you like, and each time the program will remove incompatible species, further refining the list of species that will work well in your community tank.

For example, clicking on "Black Widow" removes any fish with trailing fins (such as guppies and bettas) because these tetras are notorious fin-nippers. But kribensis are compatible, since these fish stay close to the bottom and MOVE too quickly to be much bothered by black widows. But if you click on the "Kribensis" button, you'll notice that some more fish are removed from the list, including red-tailed black sharks and convict cichlids. While these two fish aren't incompatible with the black widows, they are too territorial and aggressive to work well with kribensis in the average community tank. Click on "Polka-Dot Catfish" and yet more fish are removed from your list of available species, because these predatory catfish will make short work of small fish like neon tetras and danios that aren't otherwise incompatible with either black widow tetras or kribensis.

When you're done, press the "Reset" button to start over.

The Quick Pick Menu

This is new to Version 1.2. The Quick Pick menu adds some shortcuts to useful selections of fish: species that tolerate brackish water, species that
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