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 and Cobweb wrote1 year, 9 months ago

The Fishy Namesakes still seem to cause some confusion sometimes, so I thought it might be useful to have these listed on the forums in an accessible place, for those who wish to see them.  This page contains spoilers, so if you prefer to work them out for yourself, please don't read any further.

The basic premise is that you have to set up for the wildlife which the fish is named after, but with your garden underwater.  Where there are two other wildlife included in the name of the fish, you would need a set up which was attractive to both.  For the Fishy Namesakes, either feeding table may be used, even if the wildlife the fish is named after would only use a particular table.

Deterrents for the wildlife the fish is named after will also deter the Fishy Namesake.  The only exception to this is the Hippo Tang where you can deter the underwater Hippo without deterring the Hippo Tang.

SQUIRRELFISH
Eats: birdmix
Attracting plants:  As for Red Squirrel - Taiyo Bonsai, or red flowers
Deterred by: all fully grown or ready to harvest herbs, except the RTH Nestflower

ZEBRAFISH
Eats: veggies
Attracting plants:  As for Zebra - Tulipa Praecocia in the black and/or white magic pots.  This is slightly different to the set up for Zebras, since you don't need both colours.
Deterred by: no deterrent

HIPPO TANG
Eats: veggies
Attracting plants:  As for Hippos - fully grown Dulcia Glaciaflora
Deterrents: no deterrent
Additional information: since the Hippos can come underwater, you may wish to deter them with a fully grown Dulcia Saccraflora

LEOPARD BUSH FISH
Eats: veggies
Attracting plants: As for Leopards - ready to harvest Ventus Quatriflorus
Deterrents: fully grown Flora Formicidae

FOXFACE RABBITFISH
Eats: veggies
Attracting plants: As for the Fox and Brown Bunny - fully grown Bellis Lycaena (not blue or yellow) AND any fully grown or ready to harvest Herb/s
Deterrents:  Blue or yellow fully grown Bellis Lycaena, ready to harvest Rosa Amora

PINK SKUNK CLOWNFISH
Eats: veggies
Attracting plants:  As for the Skunk - fully grown Rosa Amora (but MUST be in the pink marshmallow pot)
Deterrent plants: fully grown Mountain Whisper herb

RACCOON BUTTERFLY FISH
Eats: tropical fruit
Attracting plants: as for the Raccoon and Butterfly - fully grown Carmena Uniflora plus a sparkling Butterpillaflora
Deterrent plants: fully grown or ready to harvest Spring Crown herb
Additional information: you may use any colour of Butterpillaflora, but it MUST be sparkling - ie you must attach a caterpillar to the plant as if you were going to attract a butterfly

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 and Bell wrote1 year, 9 months ago

This is great, Tracey!! Thank you
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 and Chrysalis wrote1 year, 9 months ago

Thank you! Was looking for this awhile back, yours is very clear!
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 and Maggie (Florida, US) wrote1 year, 9 months ago

Thanks Tracy.  But what about number of fish necessary ??? 5? 10?  1?  I can't find it anywhere.  In fact it is difficult to find info on all of the pond inhabitants!

But thanks for all of your good work!
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 and Cobweb wrote1 year, 9 months ago

There is no number necessary, they are just ordinary wildlife and you can attract as many or as few as you like.
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 and Maggie (Florida, US) wrote1 year, 9 months ago

Thanks for the clarification. Does the same apply to the Pondweed Combos???
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 and Cobweb wrote1 year, 9 months ago

Yes.  There's no set number to attract/spot of those, either.
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 and Rixa FFU Pacific Northwest wrote1 year, 9 months ago

I saved this Tracey, with appreciation.  If I figure out how to go underwater I could attract some Zebra fish soon?
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 and Cobweb wrote1 year, 9 months ago

To take your garden underwater you need to plant an Underwater Toadstool seed (dropped by underwater wildlife) in any toadstool pot.  When it's fully grown it will attract mermaids - the first one spotted will take the garden underwater :)
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 and Ploppy wrote1 year, 8 months ago

THANKYOU!!!
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