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  • Fish - Freshwater Goby (Stiphodon sp.)

    Difficulty
    Moderate
    Min. Tank Size
    56.8 Litres (15 US G.)
    Size
    3.8-5.1cm (1.5-2 ")
    pH
    7.4 - 8.4
    Temp.
    23.3-28.9°C (74 -84 °F)
    Water Hardness
    6-10 °d
    Stocking Ratio
    1:2 M:F
    Availability
    Uncommon
    Diet
    Omnivore
    Pellet Foods
    Flake Foods
    Live Foods
    Life Span
    5-8 years
    Habitat
    Asia
    Family
    Gobiidae

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  • Fish - Pigmy Cory (Corydoras Pygmaeus)

    Difficulty
    Moderate
    Min. Tank Size
    37.9 Litres (10 US G.)
    Size
    2.5-3.3cm (1-1.3 ")
    pH
    6.0 - 8.0
    Temp.
    22 -26 °C (71.6-78.8°F)
    Water Hardness
    6-16 °d
    Diet
    Omnivore
    Pellet Foods
    Flake Foods
    Live Foods
    Life Span
    3-5 years
    Habitat
    South America
    Family
    Callichthyidae

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  • Hal - Harcsa - Fekete páncélosharcsa - Corydoras aeneus sp.black venezuela

    Könnyen tartható békés páncélosharcsa. Ez a színváltozat, nem található meg a természetben, bár rengeteg variáns fellelhető. A fekete, egy Németországban a 1990-es években mesterségesen kitenyésztett színváltozat. Testük teljesen fekete, úszóik pedig barnás színűek. A hasi részen fehéres. Csapatban érzi a legjobban magát. 5-6 egyed már sikeresen együtt tartható. Akár társas akváriumban is leikrázik, de néhány nagyobb vízcserével és egyidejűleg a hőfok 5-6 fokos csökkentésével könnyebben nászra ingerelhetjük a hímeket.

    A halak csak személyes átvétellel rendelhetők!

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  • Fish- Yellow laser cory - Corydoras aeneus CW010

    This striking Yellow Laser Cory catfish is ideal for the softwater community aquarium. It is a peaceful species that should be maintained in groups of 5 or more due to shoaling nature. A soft sand substrate is recommended in order to protect the delicate sensory barbels, and some shady planted areas should be provided. Corydoras have the ability to breathe air intestinally, so a small gap should be left between the surface of the water and the cover slides in order for the fish to come up to the surface and take air in. It may do this numerous times per day. This fish is currently thought to be one of several natural colour variants of Corydoras aeneus, although future scientific evaluations could prove it is a species in its own right. For now it is usually sold as Corydoras sp., Corydoras sp. ‘peru orange stripe’, or Corydoras aeneus var. and is also known as CW010.

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  • Fish - Panda loach

    Juvenile specimens were first exported in 2011 and have since been available infrequently in the stores with prices generally reflecting its rarity. Young fishes have creamy-white body with a black blotch at the tip of the snout and three broad black bars circling the body. The striking black-and-white-striped juvenile color pattern inspired their common name. Their coloration changing as they mature and the black bars become paler and breaking up to a variable network of stripes and blotches more-or-less arranged in three lateral rows: one running along the dorsal surface, one along the lateral line, and another under the lateral line. This is why usually only juveniles tend to be traded, as they have more interesting pattern. Its body morphology specialised to life in fast-flowing water, the paired fins are orientated horizontally, body and head flattened which allows the fish to cling tightly to solid surfaces. In the nature Yaoshania pachychilus live in mountain streams over 500 meters above sea level, in crystal clear, well-oxygenated waters with a depth of typically 50 cm that become only deeper during the periods of high rainfall. Because their overall population is small and have a limited habitat, additionally these habitats under threat of degradation they have listed as vulnerable on the China species red list.

    Sexual differences are not known, but probably the larger, heavier-bodied individuals are females. They have not been bred in aquarium, and there are no reports about their natural breeding habits either, thus Panda loaches that appear in the aquarium trade are undoubtedly wild-caught specimens.

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  • Fish - Gyrinocheilus aymonieri

    Scientific name: Gyrinocheilus aymonieri (Tirant, 1883)
    Synonyms: Psilorhynchus aymonieri, Gyrinocheilus kaznakovi, Gyrinocheilus monchadskii
    Common name: Chinese Algae Eater, CAE Sucking 'Loach'
    Taxonomic group: Cyprinids
    Origin: Malaysia, Cambodia, China, Thailand
    Habitat: Fast flowing rivers and creeks
    Behavior: Schooling when young, territorial when old
    Diet: Plant based when young, mixed when old
    Breeding: Not known
    Size: 15-20 cm
    Tank size: 100 litre minimum
    Population: After full maturity 1 specimen/tank
    Setup: Strong flow, lots of free space for swimming
    pH: 6-8
    General water hardness: 5-18NK°
    Lifespan: 2-5 years
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  • Fish - Corydoras sterbai

    One of the least popular Cory species. It's a good fit in a planted setup with it's fine pattern and light color. As Corys in general the Sterba's is a bottom dweller schooling fish best kept in big groups. Feeds from the bottom, accepts quality sinking pellets and frozen foods. The substrate choice is important to them because they are easily injured by coarse ground gravels. Fine sand and clay soils are the best for this fish. The Sterba's cory often spawns in the community tank too. It's one of the easiest species for beginners to learn the breeding of egg-laying fish. The fry is bigger than usual and accepts artemia nauplii for their first meal. Learn More
  • Hal - Harcsa - Corydoras panda

    Unlike many other Corys the panda inhabits colder waters in the mountain region of Peru. It can be found in both clear and blackwater habitats, some of them can reach quite low temperatures when the snow melts in the mountains. Despite it's origin our warmer summer isn't a problem for this species if the water quality and oxigen saturation are good.The panda cory has a nice contrasted black and white color which looks best when kept in bigger groups. It's a peaceful comminity fish and a practical tankmate to other cool preferring fish, like neon tetras, meteor minnows or rainbow shiners. The panda cory is a bottom feeder omnivore. You can feed both quality sinking pellets or frozen. The only important thing in the setup is the quality of the substrate. The panda az every Cory is easily injured by coarse substrate. Fine sand is the best for them, but the classic aquascaper clay soils are suitable too. Since it lives in the nature plant-free and open environments it's a good addition to spacious setups with low planting. Sometimes they breed even in a community tank. They spawn in the T position typical for Loricariid catfish and they glue their egg to the tank wall. 

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