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Are there any Scottish freshwater fish?

I'm looking to steal JoeH's idea for his 40 gallon tank, but want to do it for a Scottish themed tank. What are my options for stocking Scottish autolinking image fish? I do not currently have a chiller for a tank, and would prefer to not need one, but I'm having bad google-fu today and not finding any Scottish autolinking image aquarium fish.

I am probably going to do this with a 75 gallon tank. Any advice on fish/plants would be appreciated.
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Re: Are there any Scottish freshwater fish? autolinking image fish of Scotland
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Re: Are there any Scottish freshwater fish?

List of autolinking image Fishes reported from United Kingdom

This is Fishbase's list of all species found in the UK. Should give you at least a place to start. Sticklebacks might be an option for you, there are some found in Scotland though I'm not sure if they're native or not.

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