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maintenance, care, compatibility

Barbs growing in length of 10-12 cm are classified as large species. Among them: arulius, Everett, red-cheeked barb, African barbs.

Compatibility in the general aquarium is possible with cichlids, freshwater sharks and catfish. Medium and small barbs reach a length of 5-6 cm in the aquarium.

These include Sumatran, five-lane, green, ruled, oligolepis barb.

They are united by a cheerful disposition and a high level of activity in the water, so they are recommended for breeding in glass tanks. Get on with other fish of similar size, but not with slow. Snooty character – fish with long and veiled fins pluck, depriving those of a beautiful appearance.

For them it is better to choose a spacious rectangular aquarium, where there will be enough space for swimming. Shelters are also important – stones, snags and plants, but in a certain amount – they are not needed much for schooling fish.

6-7 fish should be acquired immediately to avoid stress and conflict situations.

Look at the aquarium with Sumatran barbs in the company with scalar scalar and ordinary.

A signal of unfavorable conditions in an aquarium may indicate a strange position of the fish – when they do not lie at an angle of 45 degrees head down (as during rest), but at a greater angle.

Quickly swim in the pond, are constantly in motion, play among themselves, catch up with each other. They live not very peacefully, they will compete with even aggressive species of fish.

Therefore, it is necessary to carefully and carefully choose their neighbors.

Barbus scarlet content, compatibility, breeding, photo-video review

Order, family: Carp.

Comfortable water temperature: 18 to 28 ° C.

Ph: 6.5-7.5.

Aggressiveness: quite aggressive 30%.

Barbus Scarlet Compatibility: barbus, gourami, moths, parrot, catfish, creeps, tetri.

Personal experience and useful tips: If you decide to start a barbus, I recommend to allocate for this a separate aquarium, “barbusyatnik.

Description Barbusv scarlet:

Lives in the waters of India and Sri Lanka. In Europe, was brought in 1903.

The scarlet barb got its own name because of the bright coloring of the male during the spawning period. The trunk of the scarlet barb is elongated, oval in shape, squeezed laterally. Antennae absent.

The abdomen is light, the side is silver, the back is grayish-green. Near the tail and above the pectoral fin there are dark spots ringed with gold.

On the body is visible mesh pattern scales. The scarlet barbus female is larger than the male and is paler colored. Scarlet Barbus – fish calm, gregarious.

It is recommended to buy 6-7 fish at once. Get along well with many other species. The exceptions are fish with wide or long fins, in which barbs can bite off the fins.

Swim in the middle layers of water. To reveal the full and the brightest color, you should select a dark background of the soil and the back wall of the aquarium, as well as the color of the plants. Mandatory upper light is offset to the front wall of the aquarium.

With the content of scarlet barb in the aquarium rarely have problems. This undemanding fish feels good at a temperature of 18 to 28 ° C, the properties of water do not have special significance.

For the maintenance of barbs you need a spacious aquarium, not less than 50 liters, with a large space for swimming and shaded places from floating plants. Aeration and filtration of water are needed, as well as its weekly substitution is desirable.

Scarlet barb in food consumes live and dry food.

Feeding any aquarium fish should be correct: balanced, varied. This fundamental rule is the key to successful keeping of any fish, be it guppies or astronotuses.

Article “How and how much to feed aquarium fish” talks in detail about this, it outlines the basic principles of the diet and feeding regime of fish.

In this article, we note the most important thing – feeding fish should not be monotonous; both dry and live food should be included in the diet. In addition, you need to take into account the gastronomic preferences of a particular fish and, depending on this, include in its diet ration either with the highest protein content or vice versa with vegetable ingredients.

Popular and popular feed for fish, of course, are dry food. For example, hourly and everywhere can be found on the aquarium shelves of food company “Tetra” – the leader of the Russian market, in fact, the range of feeds of this company is striking. In the “gastronomic arsenal” of Tetra are included as individual feeds for a certain type of fish: for goldfish, for cichlids, for loricarids, guppies, labyrinths, arovan, discus, etc.

Also, Tetra has developed specialized foods, for example, for enhancing color, fortified or for feeding fry. Detailed information on all Tetra feeds, you can find on the official website of the company – here.

It should be noted that when buying any dry food, you should pay attention to the date of its production and shelf life, try not to buy food by weight, and also keep the food in a closed state – this will help avoid the development of pathogenic flora in it.

The hybrid form, derived from the scarlet barb, is considered to be the Odessa barb of a dull greenish-brown color with spotted fins (except the caudal). During spawning in males along the body stretches a bright red stripe.

A close view (according to other data, a subspecies) is the barb tikto capital, which has a bright red dorsal fin with black spots.

Scarlet Barbus photo


General information about the barbs

Carp family (Cyprinidae).

Barbusses (genus Barbus) – killing fish. In nature, there are several dozen varieties. Distributed in Africa, South and Southeast Asia.

Most of them are small, moving, small fish, 4-6 cm in size. Small barbs are considered to be peaceful inhabitants of aquariums, but their aggressiveness is possible, to the extent that they destroy other fish in the aquarium. In general, these are fast and nimble fishes that are constantly in motion, they are looking for something and are catching up with each other.

Suitable for aquarists who prefer active fish. Keep them with inactive neighbors is not worth it, because they will constantly bother, twitch, create a stressful situation. Large barbs can compete even aggressive inhabitants of aquariums.

Most of these species can be contained in aquariums from 50 liters. Barbs fish feel good at a fairly low temperature of 20-24C. The composition of water does not play a significant role, these fish are accustomed to live in running water.

Therefore, it is desirable to create a current in an aquarium with the help of aeration. Small species contain flocks of 5-7 pieces. Lifetime in the aquarium for them is usually 3-4 years.

Large fish, such as shark barbs, often contain singly or in pairs, they live in captivity much longer. The ground color should be dark, in this case the fish look brighter.

Planting plants for these restless fish should not be very dense, with swimming space, because it is in the open areas that the fish show their active character. For them, the optimal presence of floating plants.

There should be separate, densely overgrown places that serve as shelter for them. Practically any can be used as food for most aquarium barbs: live – bloodworm, tubule, daphnia, cyclops, frozen daphnia and bloodworms; various dry mixes based on dried daphnia; granulated industrial feed.

For adult fish, the addition of plant components is desirable, otherwise, these inhabitants of aquariums can damage young shoots in plants.

Breeding of most species of aquarium fish barbs is not difficult. As a breeding ground, you can use a frame or all-glass aquarium from 10 liters.

The water is old, with the addition of 30% fresh, settled. No soil required. The bottom must be covered with plants as a substrate for spawning and to prevent manufacturers from eating the eggs.

You can also use the grid, separating the producers from the bottom, in this case they can not get to the caviar. Sometimes the producers have to keep separate before spawning, sometimes the fish spawn and so, even in the general aquarium.

Usually, if females have a clearly visible full belly, they are ready to spawn. A couple or group of producers is planted to spawn in the evening. Spawning usually begins the next morning, with the first rays of the sun falling.

The female for one spawning sweeps up to several hundred eggs. After spawning, producers need to be removed, otherwise they will try to get to the caviar and may destroy it. Larvae hatch in a day.

At first they are hiding so much that they can be overlooked and decided that they all died. After four days, the fry begin to swim and eat. At the initial stage of feeding, infusoria or rotifers should be used as feed.

This is due to the insignificant size of the fry. When fry barbs grow up – small crustaceans.

Juveniles grow fast. Periodically, it must be sorted by size in order to avoid cannibalism.

With abundant feeding, most species reach sexual maturity by 8–10 months.

When keeping barbs you need to take into account the peculiarities of a particular species, since the variety of different variants of this fish often confuses novice aquarists.

Cherry Barbus: content, compatibility, breeding, photo-video review

Order, family: Carp.

Comfortable water temperature: 22-24 ° C.

Ph: 6.5-7.0.

dH: up to 15 °.

Aggressiveness: aggressive 10%.

Compatibility Barbus cherry: barbus, gourami, catfish, ternets, tetri.

Barbus cherry beautiful, bright, peaceful, unpretentious fish. Known to aquarists about fifty years. In Europe came in 1936.

Imported into the USSR in 1956. Soviet aquarists had a rich experience in keeping and breeding representatives of the barbus genus.

And although the cherry barbus has a number of features that should be observed for its reproduction, in the Soviet Union the offspring was quickly obtained from this fish and it was bred in large quantities. Its peaceful disposition and unpretentiousness make it suitable for keeping novice aquarists, both in general and in a specific aquarium.

They live in slowly flowing not deep streams of Sri Lanka and in particular Ceylon. Prefer places shaded and densely overgrown with plants. The beauty of the fish has become her curse.

The pursuit of profit spurred on by the popularity of the species among aquarists on the European continent led to a sharp reduction in the population in natural habitats. To date, the species is listed in the red book.

In Asia, organized several nurseries involved in the restoration of the population of this species in the wild.

Feeding aquarium fish must be correct: balanced, diverse. This fundamental rule is the key to successful keeping of any fish, be it guppies or astronotuses.

Article “How and how much to feed aquarium fish” talks in detail about this, it outlines the basic principles of the diet and feeding regime of fish.

In this article, we note the most important thing – feeding fish should not be monotonous; both dry and live food should be included in the diet. In addition, you need to take into account the gastronomic preferences of a particular fish and, depending on this, include in its diet ration either with the highest protein content or vice versa with vegetable ingredients.

Popular and popular feed for fish, of course, are dry food. For example, hourly and everywhere can be found on the aquarium shelves of food company “Tetra” – the leader of the Russian market, in fact, the range of feeds of this company is striking. In the “gastronomic arsenal” of Tetra are included as individual feeds for a certain type of fish: for goldfish, for cichlids, for loricarids, guppies, labyrinths, arovan, discus, etc.

Also, Tetra has developed specialized foods, for example, for enhancing color, fortified or for feeding fry. Detailed information on all Tetra feeds, you can find on the official website of the company – here.

It should be noted that when buying any dry food, you should pay attention to the date of its production and shelf life, try not to buy food by weight, and also keep the food in a closed state – this will help avoid the development of pathogenic flora in it.

Description of Barbus Vishnevoy

It has an oblong, slightly flattened laterally body up to 4 centimeters long. On the upper jaw has a pair of antennae.

Fins bright red anal and dorsal have a black edging. The body of the male has a bright red color.

Intensity, which is higher in good conditions and in the breeding season. The tail fin is two-bladed.

Iris eye silver red. The lateral line is short, marked with black dots on the scales, often merging into a solid line.

Fishy enough shy. And at the slightest danger, they prefer to hide in secluded places in the thickets of plants. Also, young individuals prefer to keep a flock of 7-10 members.

Keeps mostly in the middle layers of water. In the aquarium conditions live 3-4 years. Sexual maturity reaches 6 – 8 months.

The female from the male can be distinguished by color. In particular, her body is often silvery olive, the fins are yellow.

It also has a less intense color.

Barbushe cherry content

For a flock of 6 -10 individuals, an aquarium of about 50 liters will suit. Desirable oblong shape.

Soil is better than dark shade. Suitable large gray river sand or fine granite chips. The aquarium should be densely planted with small-leaf plants.

The top lighting is not too bright. In bright light, the fish become fearful and sedentary. The chemical composition of water does not play a special role.

The optimum temperature is 20 – 22 ° C. Prefer old water.

However, it is advisable to replace the water in the aquarium with fresh, but small portions at least once a week. No more than one fifth. Feed better live feed.

They can also feed on bloodworms, but in order for the color to be bright and saturated, they should be periodically fed with live crustaceans – daphnia, cyclops. Vegetable supplements are also required (chopped scalded lettuce, cabbage, spinach).

Barbus cherry fish peaceful. It can be kept with any other species similar in terms of content. The main thing is to select such neighbors for them, who would not have bullied them much and would not take them for food.

The best neighbors for them are neons, danio rerio.

Cultivation of barbs cherry

For breeding is better to use all-glass or frameless oblong aquarium. Volume from 15 liters. Water level up to twenty centimeters.

As the soil is better to use coarse river sand. In the center of the spawning ground must necessarily be a small-leaved bush. Barbus cherry spawn eggs on the lower surface of the leaf plate of plants.

Caviar is attached to the leaves with mucus. But holding there is not too strong.

A light push is enough for the eggs to rain down to the bottom. Therefore, the separator mesh at the bottom will not be superfluous.

Fish do not touch the eggs that stick to the plants, but can eat caviar that fell to the bottom. The water in the breeding ground should have a temperature of 24-26 ° C.

Stiffness up to 8 ° dH. Water hardness is reduced, diluting it with distilled water (Determine the hardness). pH = 7.

Two weeks before spawning, males and females are seated separately and are fed abundantly with live food. It is highly desirable fertilizing plant food. On one female usually take two males.

After all the preparatory work is completed in the breeding ground, the female is placed first and then two hours later after two males. On the temperature regulator set 26 ° C. Do not allow direct sunlight into the spawning area.

The next morning spawning will begin. Male and female continuously for two or three hours swirl around the chosen bush of plants.

The female sweeps one by one – two eggs on the lower surface of the leaves, and the male fertilizes them immediately. During spawning, the female can sweep from 150 to 300 eggs. After spawning, the producers should definitely be transplanted from the spawning grounds.

Incubation lasts about one day. And in two or three days the fry will swim and start to eat.

Starting com for them live dust, ciliates, nauplii Artemia. Cannibalism among the fry is not observed. As they grow, it is advisable to transfer them to a larger aquarium.

Gradually lowering the temperature and increasing the hardness of the water to values ​​suitable for adult fish.

The cherry barbus deserves the closest attention of aquarists, both beginners and experienced. And its deplorable position in natural habitats due to grief – nature lovers, makes its maintenance and breeding in captivity not only enjoyable, but also necessary.

Multiplying it in a home aquarium, you thereby reduce the need for its production in the wild. And thus contribute to the preservation of the species.

And the view is so interesting and beautiful that it will give you a lot of pleasant moments when watching it.

Beautiful photos of cherry barbus


Video selection about cherry barbus

General information about the barbs

Carp family (Cyprinidae).

Barbusses (genus Barbus) – killing fish. In nature, there are several dozen varieties.

Distributed in Africa, South and Southeast Asia. Most of them are small, moving, small fish, 4-6 cm in size. Small barbs are considered to be peaceful inhabitants of aquariums, but their aggressiveness is possible, to the extent that they destroy other fish in the aquarium.

In general, these are fast and nimble fishes that are constantly in motion, they are looking for something and are catching up with each other. Suitable for aquarists who prefer active fish. Keep them with inactive neighbors is not worth it, because they will constantly bother, twitch, create a stressful situation.

Large barbs can compete even aggressive inhabitants of aquariums. Most of these species can be contained in aquariums from 50 liters. Barbs fish feel good at a fairly low temperature of 20-24C.

The composition of water does not play a significant role, these fish are accustomed to live in running water. Therefore, it is desirable to create a current in an aquarium with the help of aeration. Small species contain flocks of 5-7 pieces.

Lifetime in the aquarium for them is usually 3-4 years. Large fish, such as shark barbs, often contain singly or in pairs, they live in captivity much longer. The ground color should be dark, in this case the fish look brighter.

Planting plants for these restless fish should not be very dense, with swimming space, because it is in the open areas that the fish show their active character. For them, the optimal presence of floating plants.

There should be separate, densely overgrown places that serve as shelter for them. Practically any can be used as food for most aquarium barbs: live – bloodworm, tubule, daphnia, cyclops, frozen daphnia and bloodworms; various dry mixes based on dried daphnia; granulated industrial feed.

For adult fish, the addition of plant components is desirable, otherwise, these inhabitants of aquariums can damage young shoots in plants.

Breeding of most species of aquarium fish barbs is not difficult. As a breeding ground, you can use a frame or all-glass aquarium from 10 liters.

The water is old, with the addition of 30% fresh, settled. No soil required. The bottom must be covered with plants as a substrate for spawning and to prevent manufacturers from eating the eggs.

You can also use the grid, separating the producers from the bottom, in this case they can not get to the caviar. Sometimes the producers have to keep separate before spawning, sometimes the fish spawn and so, even in the general aquarium.

Usually, if females have a clearly visible full belly, they are ready to spawn. A couple or group of producers is planted to spawn in the evening. Spawning usually begins the next morning, with the first rays of the sun falling.

The female for one spawning sweeps up to several hundred eggs. After spawning, producers need to be removed, otherwise they will try to get to the caviar and may destroy it.

Larvae hatch in a day. At first they are hiding so much that they can be overlooked and decided that they all died. After four days, the fry begin to swim and eat.

At the initial stage of feeding, infusoria or rotifers should be used as feed. This is due to the insignificant size of the fry.

When fry barbs grow up – small crustaceans. Juveniles grow fast.

Periodically, it must be sorted by size in order to avoid cannibalism. With abundant feeding, most species reach sexual maturity by 8–10 months.

When keeping barbs you need to take into account the peculiarities of a particular species, since the variety of different variants of this fish often confuses novice aquarists.

Barbus fiery: content, compatibility, breeding

Order, family: Carp.

Comfortable water temperature: 16 – 26 ° C.

Ph: up to 7.0.

Aggressiveness: moderately aggressive 40%.

Fire Barbus compatibility: barbus, gourami, moths, parrot, catfish, creeps, tetri.

Personal experience and useful tips: If you decide to start a barbus, I recommend to allocate for this a separate aquarium, “barbusyatnik.

Description:

The fire barbus lives in slowly flowing and standing reservoirs of Northeast India. It was first introduced to Europe in 1903, to Russia in 1920. Very popular fish in our aquariums.

Often, a fiery barb is used in various ichthyological laboratory tests.

Barbus fiery has an oval, elongated and compressed body on the sides. Antennae not. This fish has an interesting and bright color.

In front of the tail stem is a dark spot with a golden edging. The back of the male is painted in a brilliant olive-green color, its sides and abdomen with fiery shimmer (for this the fish was called the fiery barbus). The male is smaller and slimmer than the female.

The fins are copper red. Dorsal, anal and abdominal with black apex.

The color of the female is less bright and varies from gray-brown to bronze. The fins are almost colorless.

Before spawning, the female is very stout. Under natural conditions, the fire barbus grows to 15 cm, in an aquarium no more than 8 cm.

Life expectancy up to 5 years. The barbus is fiery, mobile, unpretentious and peaceful fish.

In the aquarium, it is desirable to keep at least 6 individuals in the flock. Keeps in the middle and lower layers of water.

Different types of fish can be neighbors, except for slow-moving and small fish with wide and long fins.

For the maintenance of a fire barbus, an aquarium with a volume of at least 60 liters is required with subdued, diffused lighting. Preferably with a dark background, then the fish look great in all their bright colors. It requires various shelters, thickets of plants (including floating to create a shadow) and free space for swimming.

The soil is small pebbles. Parameters of water for the correct content of barb fiery: hardness up to 15 °, pH up to 7.0, temperature 16 – 26 ° С.

There is a need for filtration, strong aeration (the fire barbus is sensitive to the lack of oxygen in the water) and a weekly substitution of up to 30% of the volume of water.

Barbus fire consumes live (bloodworm, daphnia, koretra, occasionally tubule), vegetable (algae, scalded lettuce, spinach and dandelion) and dry flaky food. With a lack of plant food, the fiery barbus begins to devour the plants.

The puberty barb reaches sexual maturity at the age of 8 months.

Feeding aquarium fish must be correct: balanced, diverse. This fundamental rule is the key to successful keeping of any fish, be it guppies or astronotuses.

Article “How and how much to feed aquarium fish” talks in detail about this, it outlines the basic principles of the diet and feeding regime of fish.

In this article, we note the most important thing – feeding fish should not be monotonous; both dry and live food should be included in the diet. In addition, you need to take into account the gastronomic preferences of a particular fish and, depending on this, include in its diet ration either with the highest protein content or vice versa with vegetable ingredients.

Popular and popular feed for fish, of course, are dry food. For example, hourly and everywhere can be found on the aquarium shelves of food company “Tetra” – the leader of the Russian market, in fact, the range of feeds of this company is striking.

In the “gastronomic arsenal” of Tetra are included as individual feeds for a certain type of fish: for goldfish, for cichlids, for loricarids, guppies, labyrinths, arovan, discus, etc. Also, Tetra has developed specialized foods, for example, for enhancing color, fortified or for feeding fry.

Detailed information on all Tetra feeds, you can find on the official website of the company – here.

It should be noted that when buying any dry food, you should pay attention to the date of its production and shelf life, try not to buy food by weight, and also keep the food in a closed state – this will help avoid the development of pathogenic flora in it.

General information about barbs:

Carp family (Cyprinidae).

Barbusses (genus Barbus) – killing fish. In nature, there are several dozen varieties. Distributed in Africa, South and Southeast Asia.

Most of them are small, moving, small fish, 4-6 cm in size. Small barbs are considered to be peaceful inhabitants of aquariums, but their aggressiveness is possible, to the extent that they destroy other fish in the aquarium.

In general, these are fast and nimble fishes that are constantly in motion, they are looking for something and are catching up with each other. Suitable for aquarists who prefer active fish.

Keep them with inactive neighbors is not worth it, because they will constantly bother, twitch, create a stressful situation. Large barbs can compete even aggressive inhabitants of aquariums.

Most of these species can be contained in aquariums from 50 liters. Barbs fish feel good at a fairly low temperature of 20-24C.

The composition of water does not play a significant role, these fish are accustomed to live in running water. Therefore, it is desirable to create a current in an aquarium with the help of aeration. Small species contain flocks of 5-7 pieces.

Lifetime in the aquarium for them is usually 3-4 years. Large fish, such as shark barbs, often contain singly or in pairs, they live in captivity much longer. The ground color should be dark, in this case the fish look brighter.

Planting plants for these restless fish should not be very dense, with swimming space, because it is in the open areas that the fish show their active character. For them, the optimal presence of floating plants.

There should be separate, densely overgrown places that serve as shelter for them. Practically any can be used as food for most aquarium barbs: live – bloodworm, tubule, daphnia, cyclops, frozen daphnia and bloodworms; various dry mixes based on dried daphnia; granulated industrial feed.

For adult fish, the addition of plant components is desirable, otherwise, these inhabitants of aquariums can damage young shoots in plants.

Breeding of most species of aquarium fish barbs is not difficult. As a breeding ground, you can use a frame or all-glass aquarium from 10 liters. The water is old, with the addition of 30% fresh, settled.

No soil required. The bottom must be covered with plants as a substrate for spawning and to prevent manufacturers from eating the eggs. You can also use the grid, separating the producers from the bottom, in this case they can not get to the caviar.

Sometimes the producers have to keep separate before spawning, sometimes the fish spawn and so, even in the general aquarium. Usually, if females have a clearly visible full belly, they are ready to spawn.

A couple or group of producers is planted to spawn in the evening. Spawning usually begins the next morning, with the first rays of the sun falling.

The female for one spawning sweeps up to several hundred eggs. After spawning, producers need to be removed, otherwise they will try to get to the caviar and may destroy it.

Larvae hatch in a day. At first they are hiding so much that they can be overlooked and decided that they all died.

After four days, the fry begin to swim and eat. At the initial stage of feeding, infusoria or rotifers should be used as feed. This is due to the insignificant size of the fry.

When fry barbs grow up – small crustaceans. Juveniles grow fast.

Periodically, it must be sorted by size in order to avoid cannibalism. With abundant feeding, most species reach sexual maturity by 8–10 months.

When keeping barbs you need to take into account the peculiarities of a particular species, since the variety of different variants of this fish often confuses novice aquarists.

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