Tropical Fish, Aquariums & Marine Fish
At one time or another almost
every tropical fish hobbyist makes an attempt
at breeding angelfish. It is easy to understand
why, since angelfish are one of our most beautiful
tropical fish, are relatively easy to care for,
make a great show piece, come in many varieties
and even fetches a good price at pet shops.
With this much going for it, it is no wonder
the angelfish attracts so many would-be angelfish
The Angelfish Diseases Guide
Splash Farm - Arava, Israel - 7/29/15 - Specialists in producing strong, healthy and colorful Clownfish for the marine aquarium hobby and Guppies for the freshwater aquarium hobby, using advanced filtration systems, enriched and diverse nutrition. Splash Farm hatchery is located in the sunny Arava valley, Israel. All of our broodstock was born on the farm; the juveniles are bred and grown in climate controlled tanks with constant supervision of water quality parameters.
New Marine Fish & Invertebrate Supplier Listing: Reefformula
Reefformula - Caldas da Rainha, Portugal - 3/10/15 - Producers of Reefformula salt, tested and used by UTAD, imported fish and invertebrates. We have facilities approved and licensed for the import of marine animals. We export and sell to retailers in Portugal and Spain, our commitment is to offer quality and competitive conditions to our partners.
New Equipment Supplier Listing: BubbleMac Industries Inc.
BubbleMac Industries Inc. - Minneola, Florida - 7/14/14 - BubbleMac produces high quality air diffusers and aeration products in their facility in Central Florida since January 2000. Over 3.5 million of their air diffusers have been distributed for ponds and aquariums. Custom orders and design work are welcome for their 100% American made products.
Tropical & Marine Fish Articles
Recommended Feisty Tropical Fish for Your Tank
The Six-Barred Distichodus is a large fish species that can grow up to 2 feet in their natural habitat. Originally from the Congo River and Lake Tanganyika, their scientific name is Distichodus sexfasciatus but they are widely known as the Six-Barred Distichodus fish and some people prefer to call them "Crown Tetra" for short. Read the full
Pethia conchonius (Hamilton, 1822) A candidate species of freshwater ornamental fish trade - An update
Tropical fresh water fishes contribute 80-90% of the world market, the rest being supported by tropical marine and brackish water species. Rosy Barbs are found in lakes and fast flowing waters in subtropical parts of Asia. Read the full