Plecos are some of the most unusual freshwater aquarium fish in the hobby. These armored catfish make long-lived pets and can really help to keep algae in check. There are so many types of pleco fish out there that choosing the right species for your tank can be tough though. If you’re not sure which pleco to buy, this article is just for you!
The Arowana fish is one of the most popular fish in the aquarium trade. Arowana species are South American and can grow up to three feet long. Arowana fish are known for their ability to leap out of the water and catch prey with their mouths.
The Arowana fish is an excellent addition to any aquarium because Arowana is freshwater fish. They are beautiful large fish that add color and excitement to your tank. The Arowana fish is also very active and often swims around looking for food. If you are looking for a fun and playful fish, then an Arowana is perfect.
While Archer fish look pretty ordinary to most people, their adventurous nature, unique way of targeting their prey, and peaceful temperament bind you to know more about them.
In this article, I’ll go over all the basics. From understanding their natural habitat conditions to helping them get along with other fish species, you can learn everything in detail here.
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 a fish tank owner, then you know that it’s important to care for your fish. But did you know that there are different types of fish, and each one requires its own specific type of care? In this blog post, we’ll be discussing the threadfin rainbowfish – an exotic fish that is popular among aquarium enthusiasts. We’ll tell you everything you need to know about these beautiful creatures, from how to care for them to what they eat. So if you’re thinking of adding a threadfin rainbowfish to your tank, read on!
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.
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.
Are you considering adding a Pictus Catfish to your tank? If so, you’ll want to read our complete care guide first. Pictus Catfish are schooling fish and do best when kept in groups of six or more. They require larger tanks than most schooling fish and should have plenty of places to hide. In this guide, we’ll cover everything you need to know about keeping Pictus Catfish healthy and happy in your aquarium. So, whether you’re just starting out with fishkeeping or are an experienced hobbyist, read on for tips on caring for these beautiful little catfish!
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.
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.