Balloon RAM for Live Freshwater Aquarium Fish

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This is Clash Between Discus Fish and Ram Cichlid Also Know As ram, blue ram, German blue ram, Asian ram, butterfly cichlid, Ramirez's dwarf cichlid, dwarf butterfly cichlid and Ramirezi, Discs Fish Type: Hybrid Wild Discus Leopard Snakeskin.

In my community tank i have variety of Non-Aggressive and Semi-Aggressive fish like,
Neon tetra with Guppy, Black Neon Tetra, Red Eye Tetra, Penguin Tetra, Torpedo Red Line Barb, Rainbow Shark, Albino Red Tail Shark, Neon Rainbow, Betta Fighter Fish(Crown Betta), Angel Fish, Ram Cichlid(German Ram Cichlid), Hemigrammus Erythrozonus(Orange Neon Tetra).
This is my Long fin ram Cichlid they are very aggressive.
I have many Types of Tetra fish and Barb fish in Planted Tank Aquarium.

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I have 18inc Amazon Sword Plant(Echinodorus amazonicus), Cabomba(Cabomba caroliniana),Myrio-Green(Myriophyllum pinnatum),Hygrophila Angustifolia(Hygrophila angustifolia),
Cardinal Plant - Tissue Cultured(Lobelia cardinalis "Dwarf"),
ChainSword - Narrow Leaf(Echinodorus tenellus),(Cryptocoryne wendtii 'Green'), (Lobelia cardinalis "Dwarf"), (Bacopa caroliniana), (Eleocharis parvula), (Staurogyne repens), (Alternanthera reineckii var 'roseafolia').This are Very Popular Aquarium Plants.

Watch also Ram cichlid fight all fish to protect there Blood.


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This Fish Popular in Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, Australia.
Popular in America, Russia, Germany, Japan, China, Oman, Arab, Qatar, India, Mumbai, Chennai, Kerala, Bengaluru(Bangalore).
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1 Balloon Ram For Live Freshwater Aquarium Fish
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The latter name did not achieve general acceptance until 1971 when Axelrod used it in a popular book about breeding aquarium fishes, although Klee (1971) rejected this and suggested that the species should instead be included in Geophagus. Kullander (1977) described the new genus Papiliochromis with P. ramirezi as type species, and in the same paper considered Microgeophagus to be an unavailable name without providing precise detail as to why. Electric Blue Ram Live Freshwater Aquarium Fish
Photo provided by FlickrElectric blue ram - freshwater fish. I have one of these guys in my aquarium right now.
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The scientific name of the German blue ram is Mikrogeophagus ramirezi. It belongs to the subfamily Geophaginae in the cichlid family. The fish is named after Manuel Ramirez, one of the first collectors and importers of German blue ram for the aquarium trade. The species was scientifically described in 1948 by George S. Myers and R. R. Harry, who considered it a part of the genus Apistogramma. When you set up the aquarium, it is best to mimic the natural environment of the German blue ram. As mentioned above, wild rams are normally only found where there is plenty of cover consisting of aquatic plants or submerged land vegetation, and including such elements in the aquarium set up is therefore recommended. Densely grown groups of plants separated by open swimming space is ideal. The fish will also need a few caves to seek shelter in. If you want your fish to breed, provide them with flat stones in the aquarium. The male German blue ram can reach exceed 7 cm (2.7 in) in length, while the female fish stays a bit smaller. The German blue ram is rather stocky built and flamboyantly coloured. The main body colour is yellow-green and decorated with blue dots that extend into the dorsal, anal and caudal fins. You can also see seven faint interrupted dark vertical stripes on the flanks of the fish, and one intense stripe that runs vertically downwards across the head through the eye. Wild German blue rams will normally have more noticeable bars compared to aquarium-bred strains. In specimens with pale bars, the second bar on the flank can look more like a single black spot than one of several bars. The flanks of the German blue ram are grey or blue, while head and chest are yellow, gold and black with blue shades. There is a red patch on the belly and you can also see a red patch near the eyes. Red and blue dominates the pelvic fins, while the large dorsal fin is yellow with black at the front edge. The upper and lower lobes of the dorsal fin and tail fin are red. The German blue ram is not a suitable fish for newly set up aquariums; wait until the aquarium have been inhabited for quite a while and contains a thriving population of beneficial bacteria. You must also carry out frequent water changes and install adequate filtration. Wild German blue rams are typically found in areas with slow-flowing water, so vigorous water movements are not recommended in the aquarium.