Aquarium Fishes – Species and Features

In the oceans, seas, rivers, streams and lakes on Earth, etc. It is known that more than 25,000 fish species are living. Some of these fish species such as anchovy, mullet, mackerel, whiting and sea bream have a significant commercial and commercial significance.

Some species are dazzling with their beauty, and many of them live in the natural habitats of the oceans. We can only see and recognize many of these beautiful creatures we visit in our natural habitat, but we feed them in our aquariums.

The most well-known aquarium fishes are: Dispersus, Astronaut fish, Zebra, Spotted Scavenger, Glass catfish, Dwarf gourami, Dwarf stingray, Kakadu cichlid, Rainbow fish, Pearl gourami, Japanese fish, Swordfish, Guppy, Neon tetra, Plati, Rasbora, Yellow Princess, Tilapia, Brave Siamese, Kissing Gurami and Tilapia. In this article, we will try to give you some information about aquarium fish.

Mollienesia sphenops -Shiah Moli Aquarium Fish

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They are tropical fish that are more active in the upper and middle parts of the aquarium. They are not very selective about food, and they can feed on mosses that form on the rocks. It can live in harmony with different fish species in my aquarium. The sexes can be detected from the fins in the lower part. The elbows are those with the narrow protrusions on the underside. In the teeth, there is a triangular-shaped fin in the abdominal region. They are not very durable against cold. In a 25-liter aquarium, half a teaspoon is beneficial for increasing salt resistance.

Place of Living: Calm rivers and rivers of Central America meet the sea.

Behavior: They are harmonious and peaceful.

Nutrition: Algae are fed with freeze-dried tubifex-free feed and dry food.

Reproduction: Immediately after exiting the stomach of the egg the tearing occurs and the pup is born.

Behavior against Species: They may have problems with their species during the laying periods.

Temperature: 20 to 28 degrees Celsius

Average Growth Height: 12 – 13 cm

PH: 7-7,8

Water Hardness: 10-25

Poecilia latipinna – Ay Moli Aquarium Fishes

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The molly species, a moving tropical species that fills the top and middle parts of aquariums, is generally the same in that it is the most powerful living thing to survive. These species, which are not selective in nutrition, can be fed with appetite in the plants. They can live in harmony with other fish in their aquarium. You can see the sex divisions from the fins in the lower part. The triangular fins in the abdominal region are females, and those with thinly elongated protrusions are erect. They are not resistant to sudden temperature changes in the aquarium water. In a 25-liter aquarium, half a teaspoon is beneficial for increasing salt resistance.

Place of Living: Calm rivers and rivers of Central America meet the sea.

Behavior: They are harmonious and peaceful.

Nutrition: Algae are fed with freeze-dried tubifex-free feed and dry food.

Reproduction: Immediately after exiting the stomach of the egg the tearing occurs and the pup is born.

Behavior against Species: They may have problems with their species during the laying periods.

Temperature: 20 to 28 degrees Celsius

Average Growth Height: 12 – 13 cm

PH: 7-7,8

Water Hardness: 10-25

Poecilia reticulate – Lepistes Aquarium Fish

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It is a peaceful fish species that can easily breed. Those who want to feed fish in the aquarium are the first and usually the first choice of fish. Female males can be distinguished from a height. Men’s tongues are half as long as their females, but they are more spectacular than their teeth. Despite the average 28 days of pregnancy in the reproductive period, this period can vary from 20 to 40 days due to both genetic and temperature factors. They reach sexual maturity after 3 months.

Living place: The main life is South America, but it is easily found all over the world.

Behavior: They are harmonious and peaceful.

Nutrition: They are fed with peas, cucumber, spinach and dry food.

Reproduction: They are born alive and it is easy to grow their offspring.

Behavior against Species: Live in harmony with their own species

Temperature: 25 to 28 degrees Celsius

Average Growth Height: 12 – 13 cm

PH: 7 – 8,5

Water Hardness: 22 – 25

Xiphophorus Helleri – Swordfish Aquarium Fish

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The sex differences of these fish species, whose length is 10-12 cm, are made by the tail and lower fins. They have a sword-shaped extension in the tail. This fish, which has an interesting anatomy, is seen in the fingers of their fingers as being disturbed by parasites and turning into a man in their aging. Of these fish species that live in harmony with other fishes, male ones are disturbed by other male fish of their genus. For this reason, it is advisable to look at 4 to 5 people together in a single life. Male and female ratios suggest that 3 males and 1 females should be together. They can feed on dry food and moss. They can be well looked at in aqua aquariums.

Place of Living: Central American rivers live.

Behavior: They are compatible.

Nutrition: They are fed with dry food and moss.

Reproduction: They are born alive and it is easy to grow their offspring.

Behavior against Species: Men are incompatible with men of their kind.

Temperature: 20 to 30 degrees Celsius

Average Growth Height: 10 – 12cm

PH: 7 – 8,5

Water Hardness: 10 – 25

Poecilia Maculata – Platy Aquarium Fishes

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It is a kind of fish with red circles that look cute in my aquarium. Gender determination can be detected from the gonopod organ in the abdomen in male species and by the triangular fins in their teeth. They can live in harmony with all kinds of fish that live like birds. In the right planted aquarium, the offspring can get rid of themselves. It is recommended to keep them as 2 pairs in the aquarium. Platileri species in the formation of fungi and white speckles can be disposed of 1 teaspoon salt in 50 liters of water. These species, which are not selective about feed, are less likely to eat their offspring when they are regularly fed.

Place of Living: Central America lives in Atlantic fresh waters

Behavior: They are harmonious and peaceful.

Nutrition: They are fed with dry food and moss.

Reproduction: They are born alive and it is easy to grow their offspring.

Behavior Against Species: Peaceful

Temperature: 20 to 26 degrees Celsius

Average Growth Height: 5 – 6 cm

PH: 7 – 8,5

Water Hardness: 10 – 25

Pangasius – Dogfish Pegasus Aquarium Fishes

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These species, known for their similarity to sharks, are not as aggressive as sharks, but rather peaceful and harmonious. These species, which have a high ability to detect vibrations in the water, are low on vision. Because they are so nervous they swim very fast and uncontrollably so that if they are afraid of an aquarium they can swim as fast as they can. This is why it is beneficial to find cave-like cavities of mangrove and rocks in the aquariums of these species. They may experience short stress without lighting in the aquarium. They need bottom feed as nutrition. In addition, it is recommended to be supported with granular feeds. For the ovaries it is necessary to have a dark environment, cavities and plenty of cool water, so the breeding is very difficult. In the case of spawning, the eggs must be taken in another aquarium.

Living place: They live in the Indian suburbs and in the large rivers.

Behavior: They are harmonious and peaceful.

Nutrition: They are fed with meat.

Reproduction: Smooth eggs are spilled.

Behavior Against Species: Peaceful

Temperature: 20 to 28 degrees Celsius

Average Growth Height: 1 – 1.5 meters

PH: 6 – 87,6

Water Hardness: 20 – 25 degrees

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