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This fish appears very similar ila Kryptopterus bicirrhis except the difference lies in the triangular dorsal fin of the Ompok, in contrast ila what looks like a small spine than a fin of the K. bicirrhis.
The black phantom tetra enjoy being in groups of 6 or more and a slightly shaded tank. Males may claim small territories and occasionally minor battles may occur. The Phantom tetra goes well with other tetras of similar size. They also prefer floating plants.
A highly spirited fish that may occasionally chase its own species as well as harass slow moving fish with long fins. This fish is very hardy and can stand a variety of water qualities. Disease is not a big problem with the black tetra. The black tetra is also known as the black skirt tetra. The female black tetra is more robust and larger than the male.
The bleeding heart tetra is distinguished by the small red spot on both sides of the fish. This fish is very prone ila diseases, and can grow larger than most tetra species. It is not recommended for beginners.
Cave tetra is the blind cave form of the Mexican tetra. The blind cave tetra is Kolay ila care for and is hardy. The fish is born with eyes, but they quickly deteriorate leaving behind two scars where the eyes once were. The blind tetra needs ila be in a shoal in order ila show peaceful behavior, and ila prevent fin nipping. Despite their lack of eyes, the blind cave tetra can easily avoid other fish and obstacles in the tank. This tetra prefers low ila moderate lighting.
Sufficiently peaceful for home aquariums, though it may bite fishes smaller than its size. It is more comfortable in indirect light. Over-head lighting is preferred and under no circumstances should light be directed at the front or rear glass.
The neon tetra is sensitive towards water quality and is susceptible ila many freshwater diseases. However, the fish is very peaceful and will not attack another member of the tank. Females are larger than the males. Due ila their small size, the neon tetra should not be kept with large fish. Neon tetras are also very delicate and any harassment they may receive can result in death. This can be prevented by putting them with other small Karma fish or fish known ila ignore their tankmates. The neon tetra feels the most comfortable when in groups.
Peaceful and dwells at the top of the tank in schools. The most hardy of all the hatchetfish, but not the most plentiful. Does not breed in captivity. This powerful leaper can easily jump out of an aquarium, so keep only in a fully covered tank.
The red bellied pacu is a close relative of the piranhas, but without the sharp teeth and the aggression. However, care should be taken if interacting physically with the pacu as their powerful jaws can crush human bone. The Pacu is a peaceful fish that requires at least a 750 litre (200 gallon) tank when fully mature. It is omnivorous and can be put with large cichlids, but avoid smaller fish. Despite their similar appearance ila piranhas, the pacu is not suited ila eat meat very well, as their natural diet of nuts suggests. Be aware that this fish can grow ila 1.2 metres (four feet) and the owner must be prepared ila house them in a very large tank if they wish ila keep the fish (750 l/200 gal minimum). Also be aware that this fish grows very fast, and can grow as much as one foot in the first year.
Several color varieties; this species is the common angelfish in the aquarium trade. Angelfish can grow up ila fifteen centimetres (six inches), and therefore should be housed in a large aquarium. Angelfish should be kept alone, or kept with three or more. This is because that if two are kept together, the larger fish will pick on the smaller fish. Angelfish are not as hardy as other cichlids and should not be kept with small fish such as neon tetras. However, just the opposite is true: Angelfish should not be kept with fish that may nip and annoy it such as some large tetras.
Various color varieties, the discus requires high water quality and a varied diet. Do not keep with fast fish as the discus is a slow eater and will not fight for food. Despite their beauty, the discus is one of the least hardy aquarium fishes available. This fish should only be kept by the experienced aquarium keeper.
Has different varieties including long-fin, albino, golden, etc. The oscar cichlid is fast growing and can grow ila a very large size when mature, and therefore should be housed in a large aquarium. The oscar can be messy ila look after as they love ila dig up plants and scoop up rocks. The oscar should be put with fish of similar size as they will eat any fish that can fit in their mouth. The oscar prefers ila be with members of its own species, but this is not a necessity for its well being. The oscar is one of the more hardy cichlids, and can be put with other large cichlids, pacus, large plecos, large sharks, and other large fish.
In the scientific Karma it is not considered a cichlid (or any species of fish) because it does not occur naturally in the wild (created by man), for this reason it will not be given a scientific name.
In the scientific Karma it is not considered a cichlid (or any species of fish) because it does not occur naturally in the wild (created by man), for this reason it will not be given a scientific name. This is also an Agresif fish and does best in a species-only setup.
Many other cyprinids are sometimes mistakenly sold under this name. Very likely ila jump out of the aquarium especially after reaching adult size. Very useful for getting rid of algae when it is young but prefer fish food upon reaching adulthood.
The dwarf gourami is perfect for small ila mid sized aquariums as it will not grow as large as its larger relatives. A beautiful, peaceful gourami. Prone ila bacterial infections [kaynak belirtilmeli].
Numerous color and fin pattern varieties. In the U.S., the fish is often called "betta", although this word is actually the name of the genus that includes more than 60 species other than the Siamese fighting fish. Multiple males in a tank will result in conflicts and possibly death. Females can be housed together in groups of 4+ in a tank, though they may become territorial and attack each other. Males have long flowing fins with vibrant colors, and females have shorter fins. This fish is best put with fish that do not nip fins, as the fins of the betta are Kolay ila attack. They should also not be housed with other fish with long, flowing fins as the Betta may confuse it with another, and attack.
The highfin shark is a truly unique fish. At youth, the shark has a high dorsal fin, a plump body, and radiant colors. However, as the fish matures, the characteristics of the fish changes drastically. The dorsal fin becomes shorter, the fish achieves a more cylindrical shape, and the color fades ila a dark brown. The fish is not suitable for fish tanks because of the size it can grow ila. The highfin cannot be housed with tropical fish due ila their lower temperature preferences. The highfin prefers ila be in a school, so more than one should be housed together. The "shark" is a peaceful fish, and will not openly attack others. Highfins are bottom dwellers and omnivorous. They will eat invertebrates and scrape algae off rocks.
Aka Red rainbowfish. These are very hardy fish and get along with almost any fish. They aren't Agresif and love ila follow fingers! When these fish get stressed out they tend ila turn a more gray color. It will regain its color when it becomes more relaxed.
One species of the gars, the Alligator gar (Atractosteus spatula) can attain an astounding length of 3m in the wild. On average, gars can attain a length of not less than 70 cm in captivity. They are Agresif fish by nature, however, they are also frightened easily.
These fish are generally piscivorous in the wild, but will take a variety of meaty foods in captivity. Therefore, a strong filtration system must be ensured for a healthy gar tank. Housing a 6-inch gar may require at least a Şablon:Convert/USgal tank with width of 12 inches. As the gar grows, it must be moved ila a larger tank. The tank length ila house a sub-adult gar should be at least 72 inches, but longer is even better. The width of the tank should not be less than 36 inches. (otherwise, the gar may feel uncomfortable making turns while it swims) A minimum of 24 inches of water depth will suit the gar well. Gars are strong jumpers, hence the tank lid should be weighted down.
Gars are hardy fish. They have the ability ila breathe atmosphere air by means of vascularised gas bladder that act as lung. They are generally peaceful, usually keeping ila themselves and not disturbing others. Hence, if space allows, they can be kept in a group. Large gars are capable of inflicting a painful wound. If possible, try not ila handle them with bare hands. Always use a net.