Aquarium fish

First start

Home / First launch After finding out all the necessary nuances and subtleties of preparing the aquarium, you can talk about the final stage - the launch of the aquarium. There is nothing complicated and intricate in this matter. This is quite simple and understandable. Firstly, you need to make sure that all the necessary equipment is bought: an aquarium stand for aquarium lamps (if there are none in the aquarium cover), thermo-heater, compressor, filter, soil tests PH, DH, KH where the aquarium will stand, check the strength and reliability of the stand: Put the aquarium on the stand, having previously placed a sheet of polystyrene (felt, foam, polyethylene, etc.) under the bottom of the tank....

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White-headed Hydrocotyl or Hawthorn (Hydrocotyle leucocephala)

Hydrocotyl white-headed or thyroid (Hydrocotyle leucocephala) - comes from the umbelliferous family, a native of the hot part of South America (grows in running waters and in still waters). An aquarium resident that is completely capricious, which ensured its widespread distribution and accessibility not only in America , but also on the European mainland....

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Hydrocotyle tripartite (Hydrocotyle tripartita)

Hydrocotyle tripartita (Hydrocotyle tripartita) - belongs to the genus of the known thyristolis, the order is umbelliferous. More than a hundred years ago it was found in Japan, and still grows in the warm parts of Asia, choosing warm and fresh water bodies for its life. Appearance The name Schistolis is a small plant, but despite its size forms luxurious thickets....

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Dry food

Home / Dry food There are several types of food, each of which is designed for a specific purpose. Feed is divided into basic and special, in addition, there are dressings and goodies that make the daily diet of aquarium inhabitants more diverse. For dry feed, nutrition is important, the content of the optimal amount of nutrients that are well absorbed by the fish organism, thereby reducing water pollution by organic secretions....

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Thorea hispida - red seaweed

Algae - from time immemorial, synthesizing organisms that maintain an independent or joint routine of existence. They demonstrate a mixed form of organisms that are assigned to various departments of plants and even to different empires of an integral world. According to the latest data on the Earth there are about 36–41 thousand species of algae....

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Indian Water Fern (Ceratopteris thalictroides)

Today, ceratopteris is one of the most common types of algae growing in aquariums. In nature, it grows in countries with a warm tropical climate (Australia, East Asia, etc.), and replenishes a number of horny families. Appearance The plant has bright green small leaves....

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Cryptocoryne blassii (Cryptocoryne blassii)

The design of the aquarium is an extremely difficult task, the future picture of the underwater world depends on the professional solution of which. The base of well-being and harmony is laid precisely at the design stage. To solve this problem, it is necessary to apply design abilities, ideal soil, suitable vegetation, and most importantly, the future inhabitants of your aquarium....

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Hygrophilus demorphic or Cinema (Higrophila difformis)

Hygrophilus demorphic or Cinema is a beautiful, unpretentious, hardy and fast-growing plant. Hygrophilus has a remarkable property, thereby contributing to the cleanliness of the aquarium by absorbing nitrogen, which accumulates in the water. The name of the genus Hyrophrophil when translated from Greek means & 34; wet & 34; and & 34; love & 34 ;....

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Live feed

Motyl. An excellent live food for all species of fish, the red larva of a mosquito-jerk. The bloodworm lives in silt and, rummaging in it, finds itself plentiful food. A large bloodworm is suitable for feeding only large fish, such as a veiltail, telescope, and so on; for all others, a small bloodworm should be taken....

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Cardinal Lobelia (Lobelia cardinalis)

Cardinal lobelia is a rather rare plant that aquarists use for aqua design. It is also known in the literature as Lobelia blood red, Lobelia purpurea, Mexican Lobelia. This plant, one of the representatives of the Bellflower family, can be found in the wild on the coasts of rivers and lakes, as well as in bodies of water with stagnant water or a weak stream....

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Hygrophila pinnatifida (Hygrophila pinnatifida)

Hygrophilus pinnatiphida (Hygrophilus peristonadresis) is a very unusual plant that lives in an aquarium. Due to the fact that the split leaves of this plant have a non-standard structure, it deserves such attention. The color of the leaves can be different, it changes from dark brown to green. If you grow a hygrophil in an aquarium, then the back of its leaves will have a pink or burgundy color....

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Hygrophila balsamica (Hygrophila balsamica)

Hygrophilus was imported from India, namely from the beautiful islands of Sri Lanka. This delicate, unusually beautiful plant with a bright green color will undoubtedly become an excellent decoration of any aquarium, which is why experienced aquarists choose it....

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Aponogeton viviparous, wavy, other species

Viviparous aponogetone is a common aquarium plant, distinguished by its unpretentiousness and beauty. The native land of this plant is India. Aponogenton is popular because of its unpretentiousness and is very undemanding in content. The plant is a beautiful green color, and in addition to this, the leaves have an interesting chess pattern....

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Cameroon (Plagiochilaceae sp. Cameroon) - aquarium liver moss

Plagiochilaceae sp. Cameroon - liver decorative moss for aquariums, representative of the genus Plagiochila. This plant is called differently in different countries, for example: in Japan and China - Hanegoke Sp, in Germany - Plagiochila integerrima, and in Russia - moss sp. Cameroon. Cameroon prefers shady areas with high humidity, and he came to us from the African tropics....

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Lindernia rotundifolia (Lindernia rotundifolia variegated)

The aquatic plant Lindernia rotundifolia is found in fresh waters of India, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Peru and Madagascar. Belongs to the Norichen family. It grows mainly in swamps and can also be found in the drying riverbeds. It has great similarity with Bacopa of Madagascar. Lindernia owes its name to the Strasbourg botanist Franz Baltazar von Lindern, who discovered and described this plant in 1728....

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Buttercup or ranunculus inundatus (Ranunculus inundatus)

The homeland of the buttercup is considered the southeastern part of Australia. The plant has a beautiful appearance and unusual leaves. But in the aquariums, buttercups began to grow relatively recently, only a few years ago. The main part of buttercup plants grows in swampy areas, and only a few of their species, including ranunculus inundatus, can grow in rivers completely submerged in water....

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Cryptocoryne albida (Cryptocoryne albida)

Cryptocoryne albida (Cryptocoryne albida) is a rather rare plant that can be seen in the aquarium as an aquarium design.This representative of the aroid, which prefers marshy places, can often be found on the coasts of the rivers of Thailand and Myanmar. Cryptocoryne albida is also known as Cryptocoryne costata Cryptocoryne cost Now this name is rarely used....

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Lomariopsis lineata (Lomariopsis lineata)

Aquarium tropical plant lomariopsis lineata in appearance resembles seaweed and water liver moss - pelia, with pointed wavy leaves without central veins. The green bush has a spherical shape. With slow growth, it takes an elegant look of a lush green hill....

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Cryptocoryne pontederiifolia (Cryptocoryne pontederiifolia)

Cryptocoryne pontederiifolia (cryptocoryne pontederiifolia) is called an aquarium plant with beautiful elongated leaves resembling a heart shape. Appearance A distinctive feature is color: chocolate-purple streaks on the inside, and a pale green color on the outside. Matte leaves with an original textured pattern....

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