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. If there are too many fish in the aquarium, it will be very difficult to maintain the water quality at the proper level, which will lead to diseases in fish and problems in you! Therefore, it is best to study the issue in advance and choose the right size of fish and their number, this will avoid many problems in the future. Continue reading
Many species have long, protruding rays in the front of the dorsal fin. Peaceful, calm fish. Kept in the thickets of plants at the bottom. Fish tank for apistogramma tools as well as for tetras. The temperature is 23-26 °C, the water is soft. In the aquarium should be enough shelters from flower pots or driftwood, in which the fish lay yellow or reddish eggs. The female takes care of the clutch, the male guards the nest. In large aquariums, the male can guard the clutches of several females. After 3-4 days, the larvae hatch, and after 5-6 days, becoming fry, they begin to swim and eat. Within 2-4 weeks, a flock of fry is taken care of by a female. A good pair can spawn several times with a month’s break. Spawning is stimulated by fresh water and an increase in temperature by 3-4 °C. Continue reading
Many inexperienced owners of ornamental aquariums believe that traditional methods of combating various diseases and parasites are not effective enough and in some cases even harmful. However, this is not the case — for example, many fungal and infectious diseases can be cured with ordinary table salt. But it is worth understanding that it is unnecessary to “salt the aquarium” how much in vain, since there are certain proportions and rules for the use of salt baths for fish, without causing them harm.
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Salt is actually a universal method of combating various diseases, because most parasites and bacteria can not withstand high levels of salt concentration in water. Also, salt solutions are used for poisoning fish with nitrites. Continue reading