amphiprion – because marine fish (clown fish). you what? and the Malawians – freshwater. for Malawians need a large space of the bottom – and therefore, a large displacement is needed. + to the fact they are different some grow to 30 cm Angelfish can be a couple, even 4 pieces. but small fish will eat (neons, cardinals, etc. as well as all kinds of zebrafish and guppies). also they cannot Sumatran barbs will pluck angelfish. catfish can also not all sorts of – all sorts of Tarakanov, red-not – very ballsie grow, also grows pterygoplichthys huge. Ancistrus can be a couple (male and female) – large do not grow. the synodontis is a very beautiful catfish – also not very large. you can bottom fish – Bozi pieces 2-3 or macrognathus 1st enough. underline or. because overpopulate the bottom should not – all start fighting. to bottom friends get along – they are more shelters within reasonable limits of course. The result is a 2-4 angelfish, 1 synodontis, ancistrus 1-2, 2-3 Botia or 1 or Labe 1 macrognathus. You can still fish occupying a middle class male and two female swordtails or mollies. If you want you can write me in a personal letter and ask more – I you than I can help. the Council in particular. Continue reading
When we read the price tag on “butterfish”, we don’t always know what we buy, then what under the trade name “butterfish” are hidden very different between fish from the three different families and four genera: two species from the family stromateid – stromateus (Stromateus brasiliensis) and the American butterfish (Peprilus triacanthus) . Australian seriolella (Seriolella brama) from the family centrality, as well as Escolar or gray delicacy mackerel (Lepidocybium flavobrunneum) from the family gimpelevich. Sometimes oil fish sold as toothfish is a much more valuable under the threat of destruction of fish, at least – on the contrary, often these names are given together. Usually trade name brings together related species. Here we have an unusual case – a trade name is formed primarily on the basis of similarity in the taste, although oily fish and have some similarities in appearance and lifestyle. Moreover, this name is not our invention. Perhaps it comes from the U.S. oil fish, which in English is called “butterfish”. Continue reading
Recently going to the pet store in the aquarium Department, discovered a large new fish. And among them Chitala of ornate or Indian knife. It is a large fish, a bit unusual for our market.
Silver with round spots, a large, unusual shape! Agree, it has its own charm!
Having admired the Indian with a knife, went further and found some more aquarium fish, of which Chitala of ornate one thing in common! They are all predators! Hopefully, in the store warn customers of the nature of these aquarium fish. Although, in my opinion, better to be aware and not to rely on the vision and the honesty of the seller.
Now, explain why this is important!
Predatory aquarium fish are not uncommon in modern aquariums. Many Amateurs and professionals specially having a predators. But often happens so: inexperienced aquarist begins to suspect that his predatory aquarium live aquarium fish only after a number of other inhabitants of the aquarium are significantly reduced. Continue reading