All you need to know about a freshwater tropical fish aquarium and how to buy tropical fish online. Here you can find all general tropical fish information in a easy to understand and practical to implement manner.
To set up and take care of your own fish tank is both very satisfying and rewarding. By following a few very simple guidelines you can maintain live aquarium fish easily and it only requires a couple of minutes each week.
When you want to breed with fish a higher level of maintenance and care is required. Generally because water quality needs to be better and fish needs to be separated at certain stages of breeding.
Get some tips on Tropical Fish Care that will keep your fish healthy and happy. The basis of good aquarium maintenance is a balance between over cleaning and under cleaning your fish tank.
Main types of tropical fish species suitable for a freshwater tropical fish aquarium.
Knowing the different types of tropical fish species when setting up a new aquarium or adding fish to your existing fish tank is important for the success of your home aquarium.
Freshwater tropical fish can range from very peaceful fish to very aggressive fish and everything in between. Something else to consider are the water parameters in which each individual type of fish is the most comfortable with.
Some fish when bought are very small but quickly grows to a very large size which can become a problem if you do not have a large enough aquarium for them. Feeding and breeding patterns are also different for almost each species.
Below is a list of the most common types of fish listed by family group.
|LABYRINTH FISH – Gouramis and Bettas(fish that also breath air)|
|Betta Fish Care (Siamese Fighting Fish)|
|BICHIRS and REEDFISH – Butterflyfish|
|African Butterfly Fish|
|CATFISH – Cory Cats and Plecos|
|CHARACINS – Tetras, Hatchetfish and the Silver Dollar Fish|
|Black Neon Tetra|
|Black Skirt Tetra|
|Bleeding Heart Tetra|
|Rummy Nose Tetra|
|Marble Hatchet Fish|
|Silver Dollar Fish|
|CICHLIDS – Dwarf Cichlids and Large Cichlids|
|Bolivian Ram Cichlid|
|German Blue Ram|
|Jack Dempsey Fish|
|CYPRINIDS – Barbs, Danios and Rasboras|
|Chinese Algae Eater|