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.
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.
Clown Killifish are small and colorful freshwater fish species with an interesting prefatory nature. They are ideal for nano tanks and know how to grasp their prey using their upturned mouths from the surface areas.
While they are pretty simple to care for, they have a drawback. Their expensive rates often stand as a barrier between potential buyers and sellers. So, you’ve to go through a long list of good retailers on your own to cut the deal.
If you’re looking to grace your aquariums with a fish that is; easy to keep, active and beautiful swimmer, showcase bright, vivid colors that are eye candy, and loves the company of other fish, you should definitely look into dwarf neon rainbowfish.
Dwarf neon rainbowfish is an almond-shaped fish with an iridescent blue sheen that flashes under the light. Otherwise easy to keep, this fish is not for beginners, and in this article, I’ll tell you why. Not just that, I’ll also discuss everything related to the Dwarf neon rainbowfish.
African Dwarf Frogs are one of the best aquatic frogs you can bring to your aquariums. They have a good inclination of staying active. And while these energetic frog species bring entertainment to your aquarium life, they are fully able to coexist with different freshwater fish species. Whether you’re a novice or someone with prior fish-keeping experience, their low-key maintenance is worth admiring.
If you’re looking for a freshwater fish that will stay happy in groups, is easy to care for, and is very active, Tiger barbs should be your go-to fish. But, be careful with them as they are semi-aggressive and need some research to make sure you get the right mates and environment for them!
Looking for a way to get rid of pest snails? If so, an Assassin Snail may be an option for you. You’ll want to read this complete care guide that goes over these unique inverts. I’ll cover their diet, tank requirements, breeding, and more. So if you are interested in learning more about these snails, keep on reading!
If you’re looking for a fish that keeps you occupied with its fascinating activities, then the Plakat Betta is the right species to try out.
There are a lot of misconceptions about the fish in the aquarium line. And because of that, you might mistake them to be on a completely different care level than on what they originally are.
Tiger Barbs don’t have a friendly composition, but how they drive out lethargy from your aquariums is worth admiring.
While going through different fish profiles, they are listed among the most incompatible tank mates. One of the reasons why they give a tough time to aquarists is lack of information on their behavior tendencies.
The Kuhli Loach is a freshwater fish found in the tropical regions of southeast Asia, which include China and the Philippines. They’re a very unique looking fish that features long eyelashes, long whisker-like barbels (known as mystacial vibrissae), and a slim body that resembles that of an eel.
Not every freshwater fish can elevate the beauty of your aquariums while offering you unique physical and personality traits. You might see many aquarists trying to get their hands on a fun-loving fish with low maintenance requirements. But the task is really demanding.
But don’t worry! Yoyo Loach is that fish that knows how to soak up the dullness of your tank and bring liveliness to your fish-keeping experience.