Small predatory Saltwater fish
White body with blue spots that turn dark brown/black when aggravated.This fish may eat smaller fish and be aggressive. Best for the FOWLR system.Feed chopped clam, squid, shrimp, krill and frozen carnivore food.Maintain good water quality.
This is a very pretty grouper. The red body can appear to show grey and green in different types of lighting. The "V-Tail" portion of its common name comes from the two distinct stripes on its tail fin.This grouper is commonly found in outer reef, lagoons and upper reef areas. In the wild, this fish feeds mainly on small fish. Predatory fish produce a lot of waste, be sure that your...
This interesting grouper has a pale blue body with white speckles and brilliant yellow fins and will attain a maximum size of 35 inches.This fish is best suited for the FOWLR system with other aggressive fish. Provide plenty of rockwork and filtration for optimum health.This aggressive carnivore will take shrimp, chopped clam, frozen carnivore diet. Feed twice a week. This large predator...
This grouper is grey to pinkish with five dusky to red bars on the body. The membrane separating the tips of the dorsal fin spines is black.This fish will grow to about 13 inches.Provide caves and rockwork for this fish to feel at home. Provide a sandy or mildly rocky bottom.Offer chopped shrimp, squid, clams on the half shell and frozen carnivore diet.
This fish will grow up to 20 inches.Best in the fish only system. Provide a meaty diet, chopped fish, shrimp and frozen carnivore diet.Best in a fish only system, aggressive and will eat smaller fish.Provide rockwork and places to hide.They should not be kept with shrimp or small fish that they will mistake for food. They are great for fish-only tanks.Groupers come from a family of fish known...
The Soapfish has pale spots about the size of the pupil or smaller on body and some on dorsal fin.A solitary species inhabiting shallow water on bottoms with eroded limestone or mixed sand and rocks, as well as around reefs. Often found lying motionless against rocks. Secretes copious mucus which makes its surface slimy and when disturbed the slime turns into a soapy foam. The mucus has been...
Barracuda Fish predator fishing saltwater... Color print (05 X 3.2 inch) XRX38
Copper is also toxic to fish, especially2002-04-04 03:51:43 by MeM
Goldfish. There are several vital dyes that are relatively safe for FRESHWATER fish with ich (I know nothing about saltwater fishes) that are sold in pet stores: methylene blue is very safe for fishes but kills plants. There is a more commonly used drug now, malachite green, which is safe for plants and fairly safe for most fishes. But I believe a few kinds of FW fishes have trouble with it.
If I remember right, you don't have to change the water after using M.G., it naturally breaks down. But you will after M.B., first because it stains the water a deep blue, second because of your plants
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