Fish Tycoon 2 Breeding List

The last name of the fish is based on the type, or Species, of the fish.

  • Crossing different Species will likely result in the offspring being a different species than its parents.

Fin Breeding[]

The following is a table of the outcomes of the crosses:. The first column contains the species you want to get, the second column contains two valid parents, so do the other columns. Read from left to right.

How to get fins[]

The first name of the fish is based on the type of Fin the fish has.

Body level 1Body level 2Body level 3Fin level 1Fin level 2Fin level 3
BetaArrowfishCarpGreenfinFlaggedCanary
FatfishBananafishCatfishPinkGoldenCrimson
FruitfishGoldbulbCometOrangeHornetFanned
SpotanusGoldsharkFire-ArrowSilkySpeckledFinless
StickfishLeaffishFlashfishSpinedWaspGreat-Sail
SharkGrouperTwin-FinOriental
PigmyRazorback
QuicksilverSnubbed
SnooperStubby
SnoutTiger

Creating generations[]

  • Crossing fish with different fins will likely result in the offspring having a different Fin than its parents. The following is a table of the outcomes of the crosses:.
  • The first column contains the fins you want to get, the second column contains two valid parents, so do the other columns.Read from left to right. Rarity is a measure of the difficulty of keeping the fish alive.
  • Common fish are easy to keep alive, Uncommon fish require the player to research a higher level of Environment to keep alive, and Rare fish require even more research to keep alive.
  • In the top row, the Species are listed in bold. In the left column, the Fin types are listed in bold. To determine rarity of a fish using this chart: find the Species of the Fish in the top row, then find the Fin type of the fish in the first column, then trace the down the row and across the column until they meet.
  • The square where they meet will list the Rarity of the fish. The Bluetip[row2] Angelfish[column2] is RARE. The Canary[row3] Arrowfish[column3] is UNCOMMON.

Species Breeding[]

The Silky[row18] Tigerfish[column22] is COMMON. The following is a table of Rarity:. Creating generations with only two parents:If you have a Spotanus and a Shark, you can create all species.

Level 1 x Level 1Level 1 x Level 2Level 1 x Level 3Level 2 x Level 2Level 2 x Level 3Level 3 x Level 3
Level 1 (3 times)Level 3 (5 times)Level 1 (2 times)Level 1 (2 times)Level 1 (2 times)Level 1 (2 times)
Level 2 (3 times)Level 2 (3 times)Level 2 (2 times)Level 2 (2 times)Level 2 (3 times)
Level 3 (5 times)Level 3 (5 times)Level 3 (4 times)

How to get species[]

If you have a Spined and a Silky, you can create all fin types. The first fishes starting both rows are the parents, their child is second in the top row.

Generation 0Generation 1Generation 2Generation 3Generation 4Generation 5
SilkySilkySilkySilkySilkySilky
Twin-FinGoldenSnubbedHornetTigerTiger
Twin-FinGoldenSnubbedHornetHornet
RazorbackCanaryFannedFanned
Twin-FinGoldenSnubbedPink
SpinedWaspSnubbed
RazorbackCanaryWasp
Great-SailOrangeCanary
Twin-FinGoldenOrange
CrimsonOriental
SpinedGolden
StubbyCrimson
RazorbackSpined
GreenfinStubby
Great-SailSpeckled
FlaggedRazorback
Twin-FinGreenfin
Great-Sail
Flagged
Finless
Twin-Fin
  • This fish can be crossed with the fish below it to generate the fish to the right of itAn easy method to create all fish is to first create a tank with Spotanusses with all fin types, and a tank with Sharks with all fin types, then cross them to get the all species and fin types.Read from left to right.
  • Not the quickest way, but with least amount of fuss.
  • From Gen2 to Gen3: +4
  • From Gen3 to Gen4: +8
  • From Gen4 to Gen5: +4

Thus having 19 different fin; adding the 2 initial types (Silky and Twin-Fin) gives the 21 total fin discoverable.

The same schema applies to body types.

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