A Panda cory is a great fish for anyone looking for an easy to care for freshwater fish. This guide will cover everything you need to know about keeping a Panda cory happy and healthy in your home aquarium. We’ll discuss diet, tank size, water conditions, and other important factors to consider when owning this lovely fish. So if you’re ready to learn more about the Panda cory, keep reading!
If you’re looking to get a thrilling aquarium experience with small freshwater fish species, Gold barb or Chinese barb should be your top choice.
The Gold Barb or Chinese Barb, Puntius semifasciolatus is a beautiful popular freshwater fish reaching about 3 inches in length. They are native to Asia with a lifespan of around five years in captivity. There’s so much to know about the Gold barbs and I’ll explain everything in detail in this article.
Are you putting together your first betta fish tank? With so much conflicting information out there, it can be tough to know where to start! Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. This article will teach you everything you need to know about setting up the perfect tank for your betta.
Zebra loaches are stunningly bright, super social, and an excellent fish to take into community aquariums. Unlike Clown Loaches that grow much larger and with time go dull, they remain the same in coloration. They are small and don’t require much work to establish a healthy lifestyle. But there are a few things you shouldn’t miss out on learning.
Goldfish are meant to be gold. They should never start turning black or developing black patches across their body or fins. A goldfish that is turning black is not a good sign. So why is my goldfish turning black? Either there is a problem with water quality or the fish is being affected by disease or illness.
If you’re tired of scrubbing your fish tank every day, it’s time to stop. No matter what your level of experience is with fish keeping, algae, sometimes can be a bane in your aquarium hobby. And that’s why you need the Chinese algae eaters in your fight against the dreaded algae.
Whale hello fellow fish lover! We’re taking a quick break from our usual informative content to lighten things up and put a smile on your dial. That’s right, this post is all about having fun.
If some of the writing in this post seems a little fishy, well, gill-ty as charged! I’ve surfed the net to find the world’s best fish puns and fish jokes, no clickbait, promise!
Scarlet Badis are one of those few fish species that are irresistible even for a picky aquarist. They are small, peacefully active, and unbelievably beautiful. Their peaceful temperament, interesting behavior, and unique and mesmerizing body color patterns have got them popularity around the world.
The Pygmy cory is excellent freshwater fish that is easy to keep, breed, and care for. Native to the Madeira river in Brazil, these fish are a miniature version of the Corydoras species that have their distinctive characteristics. The aquarium community loves Pygmy cory because of its hardy nature and striking appearance.
Water wisteria is a fast-growing plant that can quickly overtake your fish tank if not cared for properly. In this guide, we will teach you how to care for water wisteria and help it thrive in your tank. We will also discuss the benefits of having water wisteria in your tank and how to keep it looking its best. Let’s get started!
If you’re an aquarium enthusiast, or if you’re just getting into keeping fish tanks, then you may be wondering what types of freshwater catfish are available. There are many different species to choose from, and some make better choices than others. In this article, we’ll take a look at 10 great freshwater catfish options, as well as 4 that you may want to avoid. So whether you’re looking for a new addition to your tank or just doing some research before making your purchase, read on for some helpful information!
Guppies (Poecilia reticulata) are probably the easiest freshwater fish to breed. Breeding these live-bearing fish is a fascinating hobby because there are just so many beautiful fancy guppy breeds out there. Knowing when your guppies are pregnant can be really important, however, especially if you want to raise as many babies as possible.