The inhabitants of these seas can withstand temperatures from 10 to 25° C. Heating tank is optional.
Sea anemones and tube worms
Anemones can be found in shallow water under rocks, on rocks or on the walls of the berths. They are attached very tightly, so release them carefully. Anemones can be transported in moist paper or foam. Feeding them chunks of earthworms or fish, not more than two times a week.
On rocks and walls piers, and tube worms live, which when touched quickly pull inside the crown tube their trap. To collect the worms need with great caution, as they are easily damaged.
Crabs in the wild can live on land. Therefore, they can be transported in a wet environment. The way they tolerate well. Continue reading
In the post-Soviet space ruff rare in Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus, Baltic States, Kazakhstan, Russia. This species, which belong to the family percidae, very widespread in all territory of the Russian Federation, excluding its Northern part and far East.
This schooling fish lives in large ponds, rivers, lakes, quarries. Ruff prefers places with clean sandy bottom, although it can be found anywhere on the pond.
Ruff – fish is small, its average size is 7-10 cm, and weight not more than 100 g. Indeed, it is very similar to a brush, especially when it is taken out of the water. He immediately takes a pose of intimidation – will raise the spiny dorsal fin, the fins will straighten and bend his tail to the side. Continue reading
Sole – fish, which belongs to the family of the Solea, flatfish unit. Comfortable environment for her sea are subtropical and tropical. In marine language has another name – the European Solea.
Externally, the fish is very similar to flounder, her body flattened on one side both eyes are located. The average length of a carcass of the European Solea does not exceed 30 cm Scales and the skin is grayish-brown, the underside of the fish has a lighter shade. On the back there are dark spots. Scales very small and thick, you can often hear that the sole is armor, to the touch this fish is firm and hard. Continue reading