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and fish diseases, tank mates and keeping the labyrinth fish aquarium, Dwarf Banded Gourami
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Light infections of Camallanus worms are difficult to detect. Serious infections can be indicated by the presence of red, thread-like worms emerging from the anus of the aquarium fish. Mature Camallanus worms are a couple of millimeters long. Although many aquarists strongly associate the disease with , mollies, loaches, dwarf cichlid fish, angelfish and discus, most types of aquarium fish can be affected.
fish type but they do have some cichlids of the dwarf varieties, discus and angel fish.
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Aqua-Fish Fair 2009 March, Part 2
Content in chronological order: Congo tetras, colourful severum cichlids (Heros severus), Tanganyika aquarium, planted show aquariums, tiger barbs, snail cichlids, discus fish sale, selective-bred artificial discus races, selective-bred blue rams, bazaar of aquarium clubs, Tropheus cichlids, Malawi cichlids, pearl gouramies, peacock cichlids (Aulonocara sp.), large crayfish, sajika cichlids, dwarf crayfish, expensive suckermouth catfish
So can I put some dwarf cichlids, Rams, the fish younlisted above and maybe some discus in a tank
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But you are talking about stunted fish, whether you realize it or not. Anything less than average adult size is considered stunted. The smallest adult size is probably 4.5" if we take into account small females of heavily line-bred fancy strains (certain albino types, heavily spotted fish, etc.) but most would say the average adult starts at 5". Anything less than that and the fish would be considered stunted. There is no such thing as a race of dwarf discus.Back in 1992 I believe Jack Wattley's book "Discus for the Perfectionist" mentioned someone out of Chicago I think, with the caption reading, "so and so's Dwarf Discus". The implication being that these fish were deliberately bred that way. I'll try to dig up the book and the name a little later.If someone isn't willing to dedicate themselves to keeping Discus as they should be kept the results will usually be the same; crummy, sickly, darkened, and dwarfed fish.Thank you for stopping by and visiting our site. We are a family-operated breeder located in the Northwest suburbs of Chicago. We specialize in South American Dwarf Cichlids, especially Rams, Discus, Angelfish and Apistogrammas, and as space permits, the occasional “oddball” like Plecos or GloFish. We are not commercial breeders, but as I like to say, we are victims of our own success! Anyone who owns a foam fractionator, ultra-violet sterilizer, or fluidized bed filter, (or even knows what those are), understands what I mean. And yes, this is truly a family affair (even my wife helps when it’s time to make the beefheart).Include such small characin/tetra fishes as Cardinals(), Black Neons (), and Lemon Tetras ('¦ Serpae, Bleeding Hearts'¦ of the -- group). The small,dwarf Pencilfishes (family Lebiasinidae) of the genera and can do well in a small schoolhoused with discus if they're relatively large enough to avoidbecoming meals. Another group to consider that spends its time at thesurface are the Hatchetfishes (family Gasteropelecidae). An"oddball" characin that deserves consideration is the spottedHeadstanders (), an easygoing and a beauty inits own right.The Dwarf Gourami is a popular aquarium fish. It is sturdy and the males display a striking colouration. You can purchase several different colour variations of this fish, including Blue Dwarf Gourami, Neon Dwarf Gourami, Powder Blue Dwarf Gourami, Sunset Dwarf Gourami and Flame Sunset Dwarf Gourami. In its native region the Dwarf Gourami is utilized as food and is sold fresh or dried. It is one of the most common fish species in the river plains of northern India.