Aquarium – fabulous underwater world in your home. The beauty of the aquarium is fascinating and allows you to forget your problems and worries, so many of those who once created the aquarium, all become his fans. Aquarium fish very much, in one species may contain as many as 2-3 dozen subspecies, differing both in color and shape of fins, tails. You can find lists of the most beautiful aquarium fish, to create a special aquarium, but the final choice is recommended to take into account the specificities of the content and characteristics of individual species.
Fascinating, gorgeous, diverse and the most fabulous discus. Currently, there are about fifty subspecies with different color – from purple, with touches all over my body, to ghostly yellowish. The variety of colors literally dazzled the eyes, and the ladies discus can rightly be called the goddesses of aquariums. But there is a caveat – these fish are very skittish. The tank for discus need a large, one pair for needed housing capacity of at least 100 liters. And it should not be just a male and female, and sformirovavsheesya. Continue reading
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Corydoras the speckled, the speckled catfish (Corydoras paleatus). One of the first South American species that became successfully bred in aquariums, even in the late 19th century. Unpretentious peaceful fish that is recommended even in small aquariums beginner aquarists. In aquariums there are also other types of tetras hiding. The most common are: corydoras. Golden (C. aeneus) brown with triangular-wedge-shaped dark spot on the side. Corydoras. Panda – with a black bar through the eye, black dorsal fin and a black spot at the base of the caudal fin. K. sterba (Corydoras sterbai) is a pattern of dark longitudinal stripes and spots and yellow-orange rays of the pectoral fins. In the rivers of South America are constantly finding new varieties of tetras hiding. Many of them do not yet have scientific names and are offered in directories numbered by index (the first letter of the name of the genus). Continue reading