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Aquarium fish of all colors: black, red, blue, orange, yellow

FISHING ALL FLOWERS
black fish
red fish

blue fishes
orange fish,

yellow aquarium fish

Countless decorative aquarium fish are divided into: family, clan, squads, species, subspecies, etc. And here, the division of fish in color, You practically will not meet anywhere. It is understandable … because there are so many of them. in addition, in one form of aquarium fish can be small fish and blue, and red, and yellow …

Below, I tried to collect some types of popular aquarium fish and smash them according to the COLOR RANGE, that’s what happened: –

AQUARIUM FISHING BLACK COLOR

Agamixis White-Spotted Ancistrus

Ctenopoma Sizaya Labeo


Bag-breeding catfish Mollies

Scalar telescope

Star trophyus Cyclose of Barton

Tsikhlazoma black-striped black knife

AQUARIUM RED COLORS


Barbus fire Barbus cherry

Danio pink Glossolepis red

Red neon Xifoforus or Pecilia

Sword-bearer Chromis handsome

AQUARIUM FISHING OF BLUE COLOR

Akara Turquoise Borelli Appistogram

Botsia Modest Danio rerio

Blue Dolphin Guppy

Gorami blue Discus blue

Dragon Queen Nyasa

Labeo green Labeotrofeus evabas
AQUARIUM ORANGE COLORS

Amphyprion Afiosemiona south

Water Eyes Vealehvost

Ranchu Telescope

AQUARIUM YELLOW FISHING

Antsistrus Botsia Baia

Bricinus long-fusible Girinohelius

Gourami Golden Pearl

Lamprologus orange scalar

Read more about each fish,

You can find it in the list below:

Aquarium for beginners

LIST OF ALL AQUARIUM FISHES

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Labidochromis yellow (yellow) is a beautiful aquarium fish of the Cichlid family (from Malawi). In captivity can grow in size from 8 to 12 cm.

At labidochromis body elongated, flattened on the sides. Scale color is yellow; there is a horizontal black stripe on the dorsal fin. The abdominal and anal fins are black.

The tail is translucent with black spots. There are instances with a completely yellow body.

Keep the fish better in a pair or several pairs in a spacious aquarium (100 liters for two individuals). The fish has a livable nature, so both calm and active fish can become its neighbors.

Young labidochromis are grayish-yellow. Life expectancy is 10 years.

Yellow mollies – light-loving aquarium fish. Body color is rich yellow, dark spots can be found on fins.

In length, the fish grows no more than 5 cm. Some individuals may have a greenish or malachite outflow of scales. There is no albinism among the yellow mollies.

The fish have dark eyes with silver iris around the pupils. Fry of yellow species have a dark color. You need to keep the fish in a tropical aquarium with a water temperature of 24-27 o C, you can a small flock.

Get on with peaceful fish of small size.

Girinoheylus – aquarium fish that reaches the size of 15-25 cm in length. Belongs to the carp family, the second name is the Chinese seaweed. Thanks to the suction mouth, the girinoheylus scrapes off the algal fouling.

It is believed that this is an aggressive look, so it can engage in fights with its kindred. They are usually kept alone, or in the company of other fish, but in a very spacious tank.

Externally, the fish looks elegant – the body of elongated symmetry, the color is golden yellow. The eyes are large, black with gold rims.

Girinoheylus eat only vegetable food – plants, algae and vegetables.

See how the girinoheylus fights with platydhoras.

Yellow, or gold ancistrus – beautiful fish for the aquarium, which bring good luck. Can grow up to 15 cm in length. The mouth has a pair of antennae.

The head is large, the eyes are black with golden irises. Lead a bottom life.

Due to the relatively large size, it is better to keep the fish with proportionate relatives, or with larger fish. Small fish can be taken as food.

Antsistrus brings benefits to the aquarium – cleans the glass of the tank, plants and decorations from algal fouling.

Barbus Schubert is a carp fish from the freshwater rivers of Southeast Asia. The body length is 5-7 cm. The body has a brilliant yellow tint.

There are black horizontal stripes on the body, and a horizontal strip with an orange tint on the bottom of the body. On the body can be randomly scattered black spots.

Fins are brownish-orange, two-blade tail fin. Males have a brighter color. The body is dense, flattened on the sides.

Schooling view, it is better to contain 8-10 individuals in a spacious tank. These barbs are peaceful fish, so you can keep them with their neighbors proportionate and calm.

Yellow parrot – artificially bred cichlid. The body is round, barrel-shaped, the lips are large, the color is bright yellow, monophonic.

Body size – up to 20 cm in length, life expectancy – 10 years. The fins are small, strong body. But the spine is deformed, which affects the ability to swim.

With age, body color turns pale. It has a playful, peaceful and friendly character.

Parrot fish rarely spawn, and it is barren, although the male and female will care for it until they eat it.

Zebra yellow – a sea fish, belongs to the Surgical family. The length of the body is 20 cm. The fish is distinguished by its active behavior and unpretentious content.

Body color is lemon yellow, eyes are large. Caudal fin single-blade, small.

Swims in the bottom layers of the aquarium, in the ground looking for food. When it darkens in the aquarium, a brownish stain appears on the body with a white line. In the daytime, this stain disappears.

There are instances of albinos. Males are slightly larger than females, although sex differences are barely noticeable.

The fry are also yellow.

Take a look at the zebra yellow.

Centropig yellow – a fish originally from the Pacific Ocean. The color is golden yellow, horizontal blue stripes are found on the fins.

Behind the eye there is a vague blue spot, the lower lip is also blue in color. The maximum body size is 10 cm in length. In the wild, centropigi live in harem groups of 4-6 individuals.

Adult fish feed on sponges and algae, young – on plankton. In captivity they adapt well, it is recommended to settle in aquariums with a volume of 80 liters or more.

The water temperature is 24-26 degrees Celsius, pH 8.0-8.4. It is better to lodge an adult centropig alone in an aquarium, and young animals should be kept in a group.

The three-spotted apolemicht is an aquarium fish originally from the Indian and Pacific Oceans. Body color is lemon yellow, anal fin is white with black edging, on the head there are several black spots, lips are blue-blue color. Maximum body size – 25 cm.

Apolemicht lives alone in nature, feeding on sponges and invertebrates. He lives in captivity for a long time – up to 25 years, so such a pet needs to ensure the most comfortable conditions of detention. The water temperature in the aquarium is 23-26 degrees Celsius, the pH is 8.1-8.4.

It is not recommended to keep in reef aquariums, as they damage corals. Apolemichts cannot be kept in pairs, or with related species. It is recommended to settle with large crustaceans.

The basis of the food diet consists of sponges and algae, shrimp, artemia and plants.

The most unpretentious and small aquarium fish with photos

I think many aquarium fish experts will agree that the first place is given to guppes.

Everyone probably knows these fish … even those who have never seen aquariums. We can say that these fish are the fish of all children of the former USSR (they were in all Soviet aquariums))).

The fish is very beautiful and unpretentious. The tail fin is her beauty. The simplicity of the fish is that it can withstand “difficult conditions of detention.”

I happened to see an aquarium with guppies. without aeration, without filtering, without plants, without proper feeding etc. – horror, terrible dream aquarist. Nevertheless, guppies managed not only to survive in such an aquarium, but even tried to multiply. So to mock the fish of course not worth it.

But their endurance and vitality sometimes affects.

GUPPI – THIS IS A SYMBIOSIS: BEAUTY, INSENSITIVENESS AND EASY + SUPPLEMENTS REPLACE ARE “LIKE A KROL” INDEPENDENTLY – YOU WILL ALWAYS BE UPDATED OF “AQUARIUM PAINTS” Read about the GUPPI read more

2nd place Swordtails

A very famous fish, as a result of persistent selection, a large number of swordtails of various colors and shapes were bred. Males differ from females by the presence of a “sword” on the lower edge of the caudal fin.

Swordtails are kept in flocks in a densely planted aquarium. The minimum size of the aquarium from 10 liters (but better is more).

A good volume of aquarium for a small group of swordtails is 50 liters.

An interesting fact about these fish is that the female swordtail can, at some point, become a male, i.e. change the floor. This is due to the struggle for the survival of the species.

HOW AND GUPPI ARE RECOMMENDED, ALL THOSE WHO DO NOT WANT TO DEAD WITH THE AQUARIUM.

Read about swordsmen more in detail here.

3rd place Somiki corridors

It should begin with the fact that all aquarium catfish – a priori unpretentious. Moreover, they are “orderlies of the aquarium world”: they clean the soil and eat the remnants of life activity.

The corridors are chosen from all catfish, since in addition to the gill, they have intestinal respiration, those. if aeration stops, they will live for a long time.

The fish are very peaceful, calm. They slowly swim along the bottom in search of food. In the aquarium they are usually kept in flocks.

Fish, do not pose any threat to other inhabitants of the aquarium.

You can read more about CORRIDORATUS here.

4th place Mollies

Molly, like guppies – viviparous fishes. Unpretentious and tolerant of poor conditions.

Nevertheless, they are more capricious than the “troika of winners”.

Fish suitable for beginners and young aquarists. The fishes most difficult to keep from all members of the family are demanding of their conditions, they do not tolerate low temperatures, some like “salty” water, like bright light, etc.

You can read more about MOLLINESIA here.

5th place Tetras – Harazinki

All tetras are small, brisk, not capricious fishes. However, they will not be able to survive in “Spartan conditions” as guppies.

They need aeration and filtration. You can keep them in an aquarium by a group (from 5 individuals) with a volume of at least 35 liters of water.

You can read more about TETRAH here.

6th place Ternetsii

Very famous little fish. Fish energetic, mobile. Fish get along well with other types of fish.

Somehow my terntions even lived with small cichlids. Recommended aquarium with a volume of at least 30 liters of water, densely planted with plants.

Aeration, filtration – yes!

You can read more about TERNIA here.

7th place Danio (rerio, pink)

Starting from the 5th place TOP, all the fish require unpretentious attention. Tanks are different from them – briskness and speed of movement.

They can coexist with many species of fish, even with fish of medium and increased aggression: scalar, goura and even with small cichlids.

Read more about DANIO here.

8th place Torakatum

One of the famous large catfish of the aquarium world and excellent attendants of the aquarium. Peaceable and unpretentious to the content. They can be kept in a common aquarium with thickets of plants and a large number of shelters.

Fish, do not pose any threat to other inhabitants of the aquarium. Compatible with all kinds of fish.

The neighbors are not recommended only one hundred percent aggressors and predators.

You can read more about TORAKATUM here.

9th place Gourami

Gourami – are medium sized fish. Entered in this TOP due to gill labyrinth – fish do not need aeration, they breathe atmospheric air.

Really peaceful fish, but sometimes aggression. Some individuals taken separately are even very aggressive, as they say, as lucky.

You can read more about GURAMs here.

10 place Barbus

Barbusses are schooling, small fish that can stand up for themselves! If you decide to start a barbus, I recommend to allocate for this a separate aquarium, “barbusyatnik.”

“Pirate” temper, the ability to stand up for themselves – deserve 10th place. You can read more about BARBUSH here.

Of course, the above TOP is conditional – always remember the words

Antoine Marie Jean-Baptiste Roger de Saint-Exupery

“We are responsible for those who have tamed”

We also recommend you to look at the colorful brochure “Popular types of aquarium fish”. This brochure contains all popular types of fish, with a description of their conditions of maintenance, compatibility, feeding + photos.

(to view or download, click on the image)

An interesting video about unpretentious and small aquarium fish

Additionally, we invite you to view a large photo collection of small and unpretentious aquarium fish

Methylene Blue – This is a synthetic dye. A 1% solution (1g / l of aquarium water) is used, from which a therapeutic solution is prepared at the rate of 3 ml. methylene blue on 10l of aquarium water.

The course of treatment is to complete cure.

The drug is removed by filtration.

Methylene blue – Synthetic dye. You can buy at the pharmacy.

Possesses bactericidal and fungicidal properties. For the treatment of external bacterial and fungal infections, as well as from some skin parasites – such as ichthyophthyrus.

Applied with Aeromonosis, Branchomycosis, Gyrodactylosis, Ichthyophthyriosis, Kostioze, Plistoforose, Saprolegniosis, Hilodonellosis, Tetrahimenosis, Trikhodiniosis, partially acts on ectoparasites. But it adversely affects biological filtration, and it is better to apply it in baths and individual vessels.

The water takes on a blue color, which makes it difficult to observe the fish, soils the equipment and scenery. It is better to carry out the treatment in a separate vessel, since the preparation paints the glass, inventory and water in a dark blue color. The drug is used in the form of 2 ml of 1% solution per 10 l of water. The treatment period is up to 1 month.

At the end of the treatment, activated carbon filters are used to remove blue. For baths – 100mg / l, aging 4-6 hours.


Here, still HUMAN. Instructions to the drug
Pharmachologic effect:
Methylene blue is a drug of the antiseptic group. The mechanism of action of the drug is based on its ability to form poorly soluble complex compounds with mucopolysaccharides and proteins of the bacterial cell, which leads to the death of microorganisms.
When applied topically, the drug is not absorbed into the systemic circulation.
Indications for use:
The drug is intended for the treatment of damaged skin in patients with burns, purulent-inflammatory skin lesions and pyoderma.
Mode of application:
The drug is intended for external use. It is necessary to avoid falling of a preparation in eyes and on mucous membranes. The drug is applied to the cleaned affected area with a cotton swab.

The solution is used to treat damaged areas of the skin and some adjacent portion of healthy tissue.
The duration of treatment is determined by the attending physician.
Side effects:
In isolated cases, the development of allergic skin reactions was noted.
Contraindications:
Increased individual sensitivity to the components of the drug.
The drug is not used to treat children under the age of 1 year.
Pregnancy:
The drug can be prescribed during pregnancy, if the expected benefit to the mother greatly exceeds the possible risks to the fetus.
If necessary, the use of the drug during lactation should consult with your doctor.
Interaction with other drugs:
Without features.
Overdose:
When using the drug on a large area of ​​the skin may increase the severity of side effects.
In case of overdose, drug withdrawal and symptomatic therapy are indicated.
Release form:
Alcohol solution for external use of 10 ml in glass vials.
Storage conditions:
The drug should be stored in a dry place away from direct sunlight at a temperature of 15 to 25 degrees Celsius.
Shelf life – 2 years.
Composition:
10ml solution for external use contains:
Methylene blue – 100mg;
Excipients.

LIGHTING FOR AQUARIUM PLANTS, LEDS AND LED MASSIFES.

INSTALLATION AND STARTING OF THE AQUARIUM CARE CONTENTS CLEANING REGISTRATION.

SOIL FOR AQUARIUM- SPECIES NATURAL NEUTRAL ARTIFICIAL

Freshwater aquariums are very colorful. Planted plants, among which ornamental fish, snails, crayfish and shrimps swim and play, make it a real water garden.

Is the crustacean content appropriate in a fish tank? Aquarists recommend carefully choosing fish that can be placed in an aquarium with freshwater shrimp.

Proven compatibility of shrimp with guppies, some species of catfish, danios.

For many freshwater fish, shrimp are a delicious delicacy. If you want to create in the walls of your own home a friendly water nursery, where there is no place for hunting and feud, read the information about who the shrimp content is acceptable to.


It is known that in the wild nature shrimps use protective color masking, and there are more places to hide. The most popular aquarium types of shrimp: cherries (cherry), blue, white, lemon (yellow) shrimp. The main rule when choosing fish neighbors – if the mouth of the fish is larger than the shrimp itself, then the latter will be eaten for sure!

Consider separately the conditions of these species and those freshwater inhabitants with whom you can settle the shrimp in the aquarium.

The acquisition, transfer and transportation of aquarium fish – the topic is very simple! Many Internet resources are trying to inflate a whole treatise from this question … although in essence it is only necessary to say something about a couple of three points that need to be taken into account.

Here they are:

1. Buying a fish …

– evaluate its appearance and state of health (color intensity, absence of any sores, “not enough gnawing” of the fins, nimbleness and activity);

– Do not buy healthy fish if you swim near dead or sick, sluggish fish;

– buying fish from “Bird markets” is not desirable;

– when purchasing snails (Ampularia, etc.) do not take large specimens – the larger the snail, the older it will be, which means it will not live long in your aquarium;

2. Transplanting fish.

Having bought fish and transplanting them into your aquarium, you should create the most comfortable conditions for them and minimize stress.

– when carrying a fish from the store, make sure that it does not freeze (especially in winter);

– Do not plant the fish in your tank immediately. First, lower the package with the fish in the aquarium water, a little scoop water and for 15 minutes leave the package with the fish in hanging positions in the aquarium.

After that you can “pour out” the bag with the fish in your aquarium.

– It would be nice if you used anti-stress drugs (for example, Aquatife from the Tetra series) when you transplanted fish. Such a drug can be added to the package with fish and aquarium water;

– after transplanting the fish, try not to disturb it (turn off the backlight and do not feed the clock for the first time;

By the way, here is an illustrative photo-example of the “Rules for transplanting fish”
(which is depicted on the Tetra company packages)




3. Transportation of fish.

With this question a little more difficult. For long-term transportation of fish (for example, to another city to which a day, or even more than a ride) – you will need a stand-alone compressor (oxygen compressor on a battery). for example

Minjiang NS-7200
Cost 20 cu
(cheaper) Such aquarium compressors are sold at any pet store and supply oxygen at the expense of batteries. The cost of such compressors is much higher.

In addition, I recommend that you purchase the above-mentioned Aquasife – Aquasafe (or equivalent) and add it to the package with transported fish, it has soothing properties. In addition, O2 oxygen tablets are often sold in stores, which can be used for long-term transportation. And another little secret – hydrogen peroxide, is an excellent “aerator” and, when in contact with water, it releases pure oxygen, it also needs to be used even for long-term transportation of aquatic fish.

See more details – here.

THIS IS OWN AND EVERYTHING!

We wish you a successful acquisition, transplanting and transportation of fish

We recommend to watch the video

about transplanting and transporting fish

Fish are an excellent example of bio-diversity, in countless shapes, colors and sizes. These magnificent sea creatures have an impressive appearance and a number of unique features that distinguish them from other individuals.

That is why they are in the list of the most beautiful fish in the world. You will surely be interested in reading about these hypnotizing little swimmers, including the famous clown fish, tangerine fish and Moorish Idol.

Fish Trigger
Trigger fish, or bluefish, can be found in large numbers in the Indo-Pacific region, especially in coastal areas, or in coral reefs. This magnificent fish has an oval-shaped body and a large head, with a small but very strong mouth, which it uses to crush shells. Given that some fish have a very short-term memory, this individual is surprisingly intelligent and can even learn from the experience of the past.

Its diet mainly consists of sea urchins, mollusks and crustaceans, but some species also eat fish, plankton, or seaweed.


Butterfly fish
The linear butterfly fish is one of the largest in its form. It inhabits territories from the Red Sea to South Africa, but can also be found in certain areas in Hawaii and southern Japan. This beautiful creature has a fascinating mix of white, black and yellow shades, as well as a series of vertical lines crossing the entire body.

Butterfly fish can grow up to 12 inches long, which is quite a lot for linear fish. It feeds mainly on invertebrates, algae and coral polyps.


Snake Skin Discus
Snake Skin Discus is a very popular aquarium fish that flaunts in distinguished blue on a reddish background. In the wilderness, the Discus can be found in numerous areas of the Amazon River, but it requires a high level of service while in captivity. Discus eat only certain types of food, and the water in the aquarium should be very well filtered.

This fish is mostly carnivorous, you need to feed it with special food – pellets, dried bloodworms, or other frozen meat food.


Fish Surgeon
The Surgeon Fish is best known for its beautiful blue-black color combination, complemented by a yellow tail. It can grow up to 12 inches long, and has a pointed nose.

Young surgeons feed mainly on plankton, while older specimens are omnivores. Thus, they sometimes graze on algae. Since this fish emits a strong odor, it is often used as bait.

However, due to its breathtaking beauty, the Surgeon is often found in aquariums.


Fugu fish
The Fugu fish is the second most poisonous vertebrate in the world, second only to the golden poisonous frog. These fish are considered a delicacy in certain Asian countries, such as Japan, China and Korea.

Many people constantly eat their meat, putting their lives in the hands of skilled chefs who know how to cook them properly. In the wild, fugu fish are rather slow, but have very good eyesight.

When she wants to intimidate her enemies, she fills her belly with water to get the volume and look more threatening.


Red Sea Pseudanthias
The Red Sea Pseudanthias, or Pseudanthias Taeniatus, is a beautiful red-white fish that can be found in the Red Sea at depths ranging from 10 to 50 meters. This particular type of fish can grow up to 13 centimeters in length, but even with such a small size, it is definitely one of the most attractive sea creatures in the world.


Antias Lyrebirth
Divers can encounter this magnificent small fish in the waters of the Indian Ocean. Antías Lyrebird is a subspecies of Anthiinae, and has a beautiful combination of colors, including orange and yellow. This fish can reach a length of 5.9 inches, and feeds mainly on zooplankton.

Popular with aquarium lovers.


French angel
The French Angelfish inhabit the western parts of the Atlantic Ocean, as well as the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean waters. This magnificent sea creature has a dark combination of colors, complemented by yellow stripes, and can grow up to 15 inches.

Most of his diet consists of sponges. Even though this is a very popular fish for aquariums, many people eat its meat.


Fire Angel
The brightly colored fiery angel was named this way because of its gorgeous orange-red color combination. It also has 5 black vertical lines on the sides, as well as black and purple-blue dots on the hind fins.

A native of the tropical waters of the Pacific Ocean, the Sea Angel of Fire feeds on crustaceans and algae, and lives up to about 7 years.


Dwarf Gourami
Due to its clear blue hue and dark orange stripes, Dwarf gourami has become a very popular fish in various aquariums around the world. This fish originally came from South Asian countries, such as India, or Pakistan, and was moved to other parts of the world because of its popularity.

The dwarf gourami feeds on algae and meat, and reaches about 2 inches in length.


Blue-headed angel
The blue-eyed angel inhabits the shoal of the Indo-Pacific, and flaunts a fascinating combination of blue, yellow and pale blue hues. Juveniles of this species are distinguished by their 6 vertical white and pale blue lines, while their tail fins flaunt 2 tones of blue.

This fish lives among the coral reefs of the Maldives, Japan, Taiwan and Indonesia, but can also be found in the lagoons at depths of up to 25 meters.


Cardinal Bangai
Cardinal Bangai is found only on the Islands of Bangai in Indonesia, and is currently an endangered species. At only 3 inches in length, this beautiful fish is different from other members of the same species because of its extensive tail fin, and the elongated rays of the dorsal fin. The combination of colors is underlined by 3 black stripes that cross the body and head.

Cardinal hind fins are also black.


Rainbow parrot fish
The rainbow parrot fish got its name thanks to its birdlike beak, which it skillfully uses to eat small invertebrates found in corals. The fish eats right on the coral, and then spits the remains back.

The body of the Rainbow Parrot fish flaunts combinations of blue, green, purple and pink shades, complemented by yellow spots.


Clown fish
Depending on the species, the clown fish has multiple color combinations, but the most popular is a mixture of orange, crossed with white stripes with black borders. There is also an equally spectacular view, having a black body with yellow and orange stripes along the fins and lower body.

Clown fish can grow up to 7.1 inches in length, while the smallest species reach only 3.9 inches.


Moorish idol
Moorish Idol is without a doubt one of the most beautiful fish on earth. His body has a disc-like shape, as well as a stunning combination of white, black and yellow sections.

In the wild, this fish lives in shallow water, at depths from 3 to 150 meters. The Moorish Idol’s diet includes coral polyps, sponges and tunicates.


Sea mantis
The Mantis shrimp is painted in a large variety of colors, making it one of the most beautiful sea creatures in the world. However, due to its shyness, the sea mantis is rather poorly understood, as it tends to hide in the holes and stay there for long periods of time. Mantis shrimp can grow up to 12 inches in length, and in exceptional cases more.

Armed with strong claws, this deadly, but still gorgeous shrimp can inflict painful blows on anyone who tries to take it in hand.


Simfizodon
Symphisodone is a disk shaped fish with a proportional length and height of the body. The sides of the fish are decorated with unique beautiful patterns of white, green, blue, or brown. This fish is often found in aquariums with lovers, where it is very popular.

It also requires additional care and attention.


Nudibranchum chromodoris
Chromodoris nudibranaria is a type of mollusk that casts its conch after it leaves its larval state. These particular creatures take on various shapes, sizes and colors, and are often referred to as sea slugs. Their diet is based on sponges, or hydroids, but some of them may have carnivorous preferences.

Chromodoris nudibranchitis can be found in waters around the world, including the icy cold expanses of Antarctica, as well as tropical areas.


Spinorog Clown
Clown Spinorog is one of the most exciting representatives of its variety, with a magnificent combination of patterns and colors including white, black, yellow and blue. A spinor as a whole can be found in subtropical and tropical oceans, especially in coastal areas and shallow waters.

This particular fish reaches 19 inches in length, and feeds on crustaceans and mollusks.


Lion fish
Lionfish is a beautiful but very poisonous fish that lives in the waters of the Indian and Pacific Ocean. Also known as Pterois, the Lion Fish has white, red, brown, or black stripes, as well as a series of frightening sharp rays on its back. Prick one of these thorns is a very painful experience, but the poison is not lethal to humans.

However, this venom does indeed represent a very good weapon against the lion-fish’s natural enemies.


Imperial angelfish
The imperial angelfish is deservedly considered one of the most beautiful fish in the world, featuring a superb color combination of a mixture of dark blue, white and electric. These colors are neatly combined with each other in a round pattern that remains unchanged for 4 years, until the fish reaches maturity.

Subsequently, the adult Imperial Angel develops black shades around the eyes, as well as a series of blue and yellow stripes.


Tangerine fish
In conclusion, there should be a tangerine fish, which can easily be called the most beautiful fish on Earth. Also known as the “young mandarin dragon”, this stunning little creature lives in the Pacific Ocean among the reefs. Tangerine fish is quite small in size (2.6 inches), it is sometimes difficult to see in the wild.

The diet includes eggs of other fish, worms of polychaete and ostracods, because the mandarin is rather difficult to keep in aquariums because of its strict eating habits.

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Microcollection Measure (Boraras merah) – content, breeding

Micro costing measure (Boraras merah) Kottelat (Maurice Kottela), 1991 It belongs to the smallest aquarium ...

Synodontis Eupterus (Synodontis eupterus) – content, breeding

Synodontis Eupterus or Vualevy Synodontis (Synodontis eupterus) Boulenger / Bulendzher, 1901 The name comes from ...

Cichlid Parrot (Cichlid Parrot) – content, breeding

Parrot (Cichlasoma sp.) – bright, elegant fish with unusual outlines of the body. The maximum ...

Badis Badis (Badis badis) – description, content, breeding

Badis Badis or Fish chameleon (Badis badis) HAMILTON, 1822 The Latin name for the fish ...

Iriaterina Werner (Iriatherina werneri) – content, breeding

Iriaterina Werner – Iriatherina werneri Representatives of the fresh waters of Australia and nearby islands ...

Micro spotting spotted (Boraras maculatus) – content, breeding

Micro spotting spotted (Boraras maculatus) It was introduced to Europe more than 100 years ago, ...

Scalar (Pterophyllum scalare) – description, content, breeding

Scalpel (Pterophyllum scalare) Lichtenstein, 1823.Family Cichl – Cichlidae. Habitat: Inhabit the region of South America, ...

Black phantom (Hyphessobrycon megalopterus) – content, breeding

Family: Characteristic (Characidae). Habitats Central Brazil, the basin of the river Rio Guaporé forest forests ...

Barbus eight-strip (Eirmotus octozona) – content, breeding

Eight-bar / 8-bar glass barbus (Eirmotus octozona) SCHULTZ 1959 It was first described by Leonard ...

Iriaterina Werner family of iris – description, content

Iriaterina Werner (Iriatherina werneri) family of iris or melanotinyh – description, necessary parameters of the ...

Neon blue (Paracheirodon innesi) – content, breeding

Neon blue or ordinary (Paracheirodon innesi) Myers, 1936. Refers to the order Cyprinids (Cypriniformes), sub-order ...

Glass catfish (Kryptopterus vitreolus) – content, dilution

Glass catfish (Kryptopterus vitreolus) NG KOTTELAT, 2013. Previously mistakenly identified as (Kryptopterus bicirrhis). Kryptopterus: from ...

Eleotris carpet (Tateurndina ocellicauda) – content, breeding

Eleotris carpet / Peacock goby (Tateurndina ocellicauda) Nichols / Nichols, 1955 Family Golovoshkovye (Eleotridae). Carpet ...

Pelvicachromis pulcher (Pelvicachromis pulcher) – content, breeding

Pelvicahromis pulcher or Parrot (Pelvicachromis pulcher) – the most beautiful and therefore the most popular ...

Barbus Denison (Puntius denisonii) – content, breeding

Barbus Denison (Puntius denisonii) was first described in 1865, but became known only in 1997 ...