A genus of the family wernerite. They have a long torpedo-shaped body and a conical head. Floating head down. Upper mouth, so to pick up food from the bottom, and. are forced to grow vertically and even roll over on his back. Slowly swimming from place to place, anostomus collect fouling from the vertical and lower surfaces of stones, driftwood and plants.
Anostomus vulgaris (anostomus anostomus (Linne, 1758)
Amazon, Orinoco, Guyana. Length until 18 see Coloring very attractive: along yellow bodies passes chocolate-black broad swathe of from cavity until founding caudal fin. Narrower stripes on the back and on the abdomen. The dorsal fin and base of the caudal fin are bright red. Continue reading
Contributing to the solution of complex and versatile tasks, the aquarium must meet certain requirements, be convenient for its inhabitants, observation and systematic maintenance, have the most acceptable design solution and fit well into the interior of the room.
Produced by industry in large quantities aquariums with a capacity of 20-40 liters are suitable for keeping only a few fish and are mainly intended for beginners, small corners of wildlife, or are used as auxiliary containers for breeding fish. For decorative purposes, as well as for the maintenance of collections of rare species of fish and their breeding, more spacious aquariums are used. According to capacity, they are divided into three main groups: small — from 20 to 50 liters, medium — up to 200 liters and large — over this volume. Continue reading
It is not surprising that many species grow slowly in the aquarium. Leathery leaves, departing from the creeping rhizome, remain green for several years. Propagated by dividing the rhizome, which is broken into pieces with 3-5 leaves. Leafless areas of rhizomes are allowed to float until the formation of roots and leaf germination. Young plants are not recommended soils with an excess of organic matter, because at the same time the root system develops poorly. Temperature 23-28°C, pH 6-7. The light is diffused. Anubias don’t like frequent transplants. Continue reading