The rosy barb (lat. Pethia conchonius) is one of the most beautiful barb species. Another good thing about the fish is that it’s not demanding, good-tempered, and it is interesting to watch it in a tank since it moves all the time. These qualities have made the fish one of the most renowned fishes among beginning aquarists. In this article, we’ll tell you about rosy barb keeping, breeding, and feeding.
Silver arowana (lat. Osteoglossum bicirrhosum) is a tropical freshwater fish of the Osteoglossidae family. Osteoglossidae genus appeared during the Jurassic period and hasn’t changed much during the last 150 million years. It’s a popular tank fish, which is often kept in zoos, public and amateur tanks around the world. In the East countries, it is a symbol of wealth and prosperity. Some fish species can rich dozen thousand dollars.
The convict cichlid (lat. Amatitlania nigrofasciata) is one of the smallest and the least demanding Central American cichlids. Despite its small size, it has a quarrelsome and rough temper, so the task of selecting proper tank mates for it is a challenging one. Further in the article, you will find out where convict cichlid inhabits, how large it can grow, how to keep it in the tank, feed, and breed.
The clown loach or tiger botia (lat. Chromobotia macracanthus) is one of the most beautiful freshwater tank fish from the family Botiidae. They are bottom feeders but vivid and bright colored. They don’t hide during the day as other loach kinds. Further in the text, you’ll find out how to keep clown loach in a tank, breed, feed it, and select tank mates for it.