Tropical Fish for Freshwater Aquariums: Black Moor ..

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Zebra Danio
Blue Leopard Danio
Choprae Danio
Giant Danio
Pearl Danio
Glofish
Espei Rasbora
Harlequin Rasbora
Brilliant Rasbora
Gold Gourami
Opaline/Blue Gourami
Dwarf Gourami
Honey Gourami
Tiger Barb
Odessa Barb
Black Ruby Barb
Cherry Barb
Gold Barb
Rosy Barb
Boesemani Rainbow
New Guinea Red Rainbow
Praecox Rainbow
Turquoise Rainbow
Emerald Rainbow
Celebese Rainbow
Botia Sidthmunki
YoYo Loach
Clown Loach
Dojo Loach
Kubotai Botia
Hillstream Loach
Siamensis
Flying Fox
Rainbow Shark
RedTail Shark
Axelrod Rasbora
Cherry Shrimp
Blueberry Shrimp
Crystal Shrimp
Tiger Shrimp
Bumble Bee goby
Freshwater Prawn
Electric Blue Lobster


Green Puffer
Figure Eight Puffer
Asian Needle Nose Gar
Red Chromide
Mono Argentus
Archerfish
Celebes halfbeak
Tropical Fish for Freshwater Aquariums: Black Skirt Tetra - Live Aquaria
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Setting up a goldfish aquarium in a manner that will keep your fish happy and healthy is the first step to success. The shape and size of the aquarium is important and depends upon the number of goldfish you are going to keep. These fish need a lot of oxygen and produce a lot of waste. Good filtration, especially biological filtration, is very helpful in maintaining the water quality of the aquarium. A filtration system will remove much of the detritus, excess foods, and waste, which keeps the tank clean and maintains the general health of the goldfish.Goldfish are a cold water fish and will do best at temperatures between 65 - 72° F (18°- 22° C). The Black Moor Goldfish are one of the hardiest varieties of goldfish and can tolerate temperatures a few degrees above freezing as long as the temperature drops only a few degrees a day. A quick temperature drop can kill them, so heaters are strongly advised for goldfish in very cold climates.Provide a gravel substrate to help create a natural and comfortable environment for your fish. You can add some decor, but keep in mind that the Black Moor has very poor vision because of its eyes. All ornamentation should be smooth with no protruding points or sharp edges. Smooth rocks or driftwood should be used sparingly, if at all. Aquarium plants would normally be the best choice of decor for goldfish, but unfortunately, Black Moors are diggers and may uproot live plants. Artificial plants make a good substitute, and silk plants are safer than plastic ones.Most aquariums come with a cover that includes lighting. A cover for the tank is desirable as it reduces evaporation and prevents fish from jumping out, though the Black Moor are not prone to jumping. Lighting is not essential for goldfish in general, but it can help the Black Moor find their way around. Lighting also makes the aquarium a nice showpiece and is necessary if you have live plants.Goldfish are freshwater fish but have some tolerance for slightly brackish water. The salinity level for must be kept low, below 10% with a specific gravity of less than 1.002. Tropical Fish for Freshwater Aquariums: Black Molly - Live Aquaria
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For years, well really nearly 3 decades, my father and I have been raising tropical freshwater fish. Occasionally the tank will somehow acquire a growth of black algae.The largemouth () is a freshwater in the , a of native to North America. It is known by a variety of regional names, such as the widemouth bass, bigmouth bass, black bass, bucketmouth, Potter's fish, Florida bass, Florida largemouth, green bass, green trout, gilsdorf bass, Oswego bass, southern largemouth and (paradoxically) northern largemouth. The largemouth bass is the of , , and , the state freshwater fish of and , and the state sport fish of .The Red Tail Shark is one of the most common freshwater aquarium sharks; it is widely available and offered with some distinctive variations. The most common variant is in tail color, which can range from a vivid red to almost pure orange. The male of the species will show the same color in its dorsal and pectoral fins while the female will have color only on the caudal fin. The rest of the shark is a velvety black color. The Black shark is completely black and velvety. Albino versions of these sharks are rare but do exist and follow the same care needs as fish of the standard coloration. No person shall purchase, sell, exchange or offer for sale or exchange, or possess or import with intent to sell or exchange any freshwater game fish, or any fish taken recreationally or taken with any recreational gear, including but not limited to largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides), spotted bass (Micropterus punctulatus), shadow bass (Ambloplites ariommus), black or white crappie (Pomoxis nigromaculatus, P. annularis), white bass (Morone chrysops), yellow bass (Morone mississippiensis), striped bass (Moronesaxatilis), hybrid striped bass (striped bass-white bass cross or striped bass-yellow bass cross), any species of bream (Lepomis spp.), or any other species of freshwater game fish or saltwater game fish.