The sun catfish (lat. Horabagrus brachysoma), which is also known as eclipse catfish, can often be seen in tanks nowadays, though it’s not a fish for everyone. This article has information about how large the fish can grow and who it represents danger to.
Adolfo’s catfish (lat. Corydoras adolfoi) is a small-sized, brightly colored, and peaceful aquarium catfish. This fish has quite recently appeared in tanks of aquarium fish fanciers, and it is less popular than other Corydoras species. Adolfo’s Cory is a peaceful species that can be kept with other peaceful fish species of similar size and temperament. They are well-suited for community aquariums, alongside other small, non-aggressive fish like tetras, rasboras, and dwarf cichlids.
Yasuhikotakia modesta, commonly known as the blue botia, blue botia loach, or redtail botia, is a species of freshwater fish belonging to the family Botiidae. Not very often, but it can be encountered in fish fanciers tanks. The blue botia is a popular choice for aquarium enthusiasts due to its striking appearance and interesting behavior. The fish requires the same tank conditions as other botia species.
Julii cory (Corydoras julii), is a typical representative of this fish kind. It is a peaceful, schooling, and omnivorous freshwater fish. This article will tell you about fish in detail – where the fish dwells, whether it is a difficult fish to keep, how to create proper tank conditions to the fish, how to select tank mates and how to breed the fish.