Black Rise And Orange Fish Stick Isolated On The White Background

Black Rise And Orange Fish Stick Isolated On The White Background
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True bass family. Streamlined, elongated body; coloration shades from dark olive above through silvery sides to a white belly; 7 to 8 prominent unbroken black stripes originate behind the head and extend to the tail; more prominent than on the white bass. Two spines on the gill cover; two patches of teeth on tongue. Ten to 15 lb. fish are common with 30 to 40 +lb. fish landed each season.
I have two goldfish.Tiki- Light orange with black tail tip.Pearl- Deep orange with silvery white muzzle and tail.
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The Potter’s Angelfish ( also known as Potter’s Pygmy Angelfish) is native to the Hawaiian Islands. The body is a fantastic orange, Colored with pale to dark blue. The dark area is larger in males than in females, making them easy to distinguish in the ocean. The caudal portions of the dorsal and rear bottom fins as well as the caudal fin are a dark blue-black. Potter’s Angels live in pairs or in of a male and several females, usually in clear water at depths of 10-150 ft I used to have a goldfish and I called it speckles because it had orange, black and silver speckles.
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Photo provided by FlickrAcanthurus achilles are black with striking orange and white lining along the fish's fins and tail
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21. — turquise green double tail — baby still trying to make half moon — active, happy and good eater, but for some reason is not growing much.
22. – A new addition – blue-black-red Rose tail halfmoon – almost dying when I brought him home. He survived through infections and swim bladder disease, eventually passed a stone looking poop. Now flaring CATALINE and had a big mirror fight, which was extraordinary to see for 15 minutes, then I put paper wall between them. Still swim while wiggling, I think he also had breeding defect, can’t see me until tilts his head sidewise, then makes himself straight again., mostly wiggles, rather swimming, just like EMERALD.
23. – exatly a mixture of bluish silver and coral red double tail halfmoon—introvert guy, loves camouflaging, but happy and building bubble nest. I take pride in of these fish.
24. – When came was so happy built a bubble nest immediately, but with last change of 100 % water, he is kind of sick, very lethargic, although eating, mostly floating, not swimming, but didn’t have bulgy stomach either. He is currently under Pimafix treatment – probably improving. Very shy guy, hiding in trees, probably water change shocked him.Description: A flat, slab-sided fish with a rather small mouth. Pectoral fin is pointed and relatively long. Gill cover tab black with red and light colored margin; cheek with wavy blue lines. Dorsal fin has rows of spots. Diet primarily consists of snails and other small molluscs; it will also eat aquatic insects and small fish. Nesting is similar to bluegill.Description: A rather flat, slab-sided fish with a relatively large mouth. Pectoral fin is rounded and moderately short. Gill cover tab black with whitish margin. Small, colorful sunfish, with numerous reddish-brown spots, red eyes, and reddish-orange sides and fins. Does well in pools and backwaters of streams with low or intermittent flow. Diet primarily consists of small crustaceans, larval aquatic insects, and an occasional small fish. Spawning habits similar to green sunfish. Seldom reaches size sought by anglers.Description: A flat, slab-sided fish with a rather small mouth. Pectoral fin is pointed and relatively long; gill cover tab black with red margin. They are not a native fish and do best in ponds and small reservoirs having warm, clear water with an abundance of aquatic vegetation that harbors numerous small crustaceans and molluscs. Snails are the primary food source for redear, hence the common name (shellcracker). Redear can be used to control snails, which are required hosts in the life cycles of yellow and black grubs – both of which are common fish parasites. They also spawn in small colonies, similar to bluegill.
Family: Sunfish
Type: Sport Fish
Range: A few select waters throughout the state.