Lupari (Pomatomus saltatrix) is a pelagic predator . living in the subtropics of the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific oceans. Lives in the Mediterranean and Black seas. Sometimes in the summer in pursuit of schooling fish and comes in the sea of Azov.
Lofar — large, up to 70 cm and weighing up to a pound of predatory fish. Appearance and color match the lifestyle. As with all pelagic fish, the back dark, flanks and belly silvery, fins yellowish, the water is barely visible.
What to eat lutari? Being a schooling fish, mostly hunts same schooling fishes such as mackerel, sardines, anchovies, etc. Continue reading
The most expensive aquarium fish in the world, perhaps, is – a rare platinum arowanas. This 40 centimeter graceful establishment is owned by the Singapore breeder Aro Dynasty. But why this fish has such an incredible cost? That is because of its flawless body color fish without a single blemish. Exactly, rare coloration makes platinum the most expensive arowanas in the world of aquarium fish.
Its unique color platinum Aravan acquired as a result of natural mutations. This kind of South American Aravan got the name Osteoglossum. She is the pride of the owners of elite aquaria. So highly valued only representatives of this species, other species of arowanas usually are much cheaper. All expensive aquarium fish, one way or another, exclusive. Continue reading