Glass or acrylic?
As a rule, aquariums are made of silicate glass or organic (acrylic). However, many people don't know what the difference is between the two – except that an acrylic aquarium…

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What water to pour into the aquarium
If you are a beginner aquarist, then you have to perform a lot of preparatory work for the launch of the aquarium. Even if you can not wait to start…

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Tips on the number of fish in the aquarium
A huge number of diseases in fish appear due to low water quality, so the main thing for you is to maintain the water in the aquarium in good condition.…

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Heterandria

Live-bearing aquarium fish

Most viviparous fishes belong to the family Poeciliidae Cyprinodontiformes squad. They produce their offspring not in the form of eggs, but in the form of already formed fry, which have phenomenal adaptive properties. They immediately after birth descend to the bottom, hiding from predators and their parents in the bottom vegetation, and provide themselves with the first food there. With the growth of their ability to hide in the vegetation is only growing, and they often can be found near the surface. At the age of 6 months, they are already able to continue the birth.

Viviparous fish

In nature, all 140 species of viviparous fish can be found in the standing or slow-flowing water of freshwater bodies in South and Central America and Southeast Asia, as it is there that the environment can offer them warmth and abundance of vegetation. Continue reading

Signs of disease aquarium fish
Signs of disease aquarium fish Many aquarists have encountered various diseases of their Pets, but, as a rule, it is much easier to prevent the disease than to cure it.…

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Labyrinth fish: gourami, cockerels, macropods
The body of the gourami is very much flattened on the sides, high. The fins on the abdomen are long and filamentous, the anal fin is long, the dorsal fin…

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Barbus
G. Meinken (1972) proposed to divide the genus into 4 new genera-Barbus (species with two pairs of well-developed maxillary mustache, scales soft), Barbodes (two pairs of maxillary antennae, scales large),…

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Believe
Some authors include the genus Barclay in the family pitcher. However in the domestic literature it is accepted to allocate Barclay in a separate monotypic family. Thailand, Burma. The leaves…

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