Anubias (Anubias)
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…

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Labyrinth fish. General characteristic
Who are labyrinth fish and why are they so called? This name was given to them for the so-called "labyrinth" of passages pierced by blood vessels, which is located on…

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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…

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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 is usually much more expensive. Because of this, it may seem that the acrylic aquarium is better, but this is not always the case. Both materials-acrylic and glass-have their advantages and disadvantages.
SCRATCH RESISTANCE
Glass
Glass is very difficult to scratch. This can be done only with a solid material and with the application of certain efforts, for example, a piece of unpolished aquarium gravel, stone or metal, deliberately leading them on the surface. Continue reading

Frequently asked questions about viviparous

What is viviparous?
Most fish lay eggs, but some species give birth to fry. There are two types of viviparous – viviparous and oviparous. The oviparous bear eggs inside, and the fry are born fully formed. They get their food from the deutoplasm. In the case of viviparous, nutrition is obtained directly from the mother. About 15 of the 480 known fish families exhibit some form of live birth. This includes half of all sharks and rays, as well as viviparous carpenters such as guppies, swordsmen, and mollinesians, as well as a number of unusual species.
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Aplocheilidae

Previously, more than 200 species of this family belonged to the family rivulaceae. Except notobranchius, most aplocheilovyh have a narrow pike-like body length from 2 to 20 cm Dorsal fin shifted back, small. The anal fin is long and the ventral fins are small. The most brightly colored species of the order belong to the family. However, this color is an advantage only for males. Females are painted pale, expressionless.

Habitats are grassy alkanovich small shallow stagnant or slowly flowing waters of tropical forests and savannas. Epiplatys and fundulopanchax often live in areas of flooding, Nothobranchius — in temporary pools which dry up for several months each year. Continue reading

How many fish can be placed in the aquarium
So, you have chosen the aquarium of your dreams, decorated with beautiful plants and all sorts of original decor elements? It remains a small matter — to take care of…

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Ethical aspects of aquariums
Ethics is a set of principles of correct behavior, a theory or system of moral values. Applicable to Pets, this means that the owner of the animal must do everything…

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How to get rid of snails in the aquarium?
Snails multiply very quickly, and, like a forest fire in the shortest possible time fill your aquarium. They eat up aquarium plants, disturb the ecological balance and simply spoil the…

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How to decorate an aquarium with your own hands
Beautifully decorate the aquarium-not an easy job, but it is feasible even for a novice aquarist. And since most fish lovers put at home these artificial ponds just for decoration,…

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