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The Cory Catfish Disease Types

The Cory Catfish Disease Types




(Meta description: To identify cory catfish disease types, let’s check out the common symptoms, diagnosis, and treatments. Once you figure them all out, they will be fine.)
As friendly, sociable creatures, cory catfish have their weaknesses too. Just like other fish, they can also get sick. As part of their treatment, you have to know many cory catfish disease types. 3 Common Symptoms On Sick Cory Catfish
To identify cory catfish disease types, let’s check out these three (3) common symptoms first:        1.Infections from bacteria. Observe their lack of activity, the fading colours bloatedness in their bodies, frayed fins, and cloudy eyes. Some may also have open sores, red streaks, and bulging eyes. Others suffer inflammation on the skin and internal organs – and from difficulty of breathing.
        2.Infections from fungi. They tend to get really edgy, like darting around, swimming erratically, and scratching. Some also develop cotton-like tufts on their ski…
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Tips for Successful Loaches Fish Spawning

Tips for Successful Loaches Fish Spawning


Description: spawn loaches fish using the ideal breeding tank and proper steps. Here is how you can try spawning loaches at home.
Loaches are not common fish for breeding in captivity. However, knowing how to spawn loaches fish will help if you plan to start a business. While it is difficult, you can achieve success with the right breeding setup.
Tank Requirements for Loach SpawningLoaches get stressed easily, so the breeding tank must be comfortable. Make sure it is warm enough based on the fish species (ask the fish supplier for ideal temperature each species likes). Keep the standard pH at 6.0 to 6.5. Plant some water vegetations for hiding spots and egg placing.
Keep the light in the tank dim and the water level low. The tank volume must be similar with your regular loach tank.
Steps to Spawn LoachesHere are the steps you must take to spawn loaches:
      1.Pick loaches that are ready for breeding. They must be healthy, have a good appetite, a…

What Feeds Should You Give to Loach Fish?

What Feeds Should You Give to Loach Fish?




Description: feeds for loaches fish must sink to the bottom and contain important omnivorous nutrients. Here is everything to know about loach feeding.
Loaches are bottom-dwelling omnivores, so feeding type and the process must cater to their behaviors. Feeds for loaches fish consist of both plants and animals, with specific consistency that allows the fish to “graze” at the bottom. Loaches also have a big appetite, so you must regulate the feeding time and amount to prevent waste.
Common Feeds for LoachesPellets and frozen feeds are ideal for loaches, because they sink to the bottom and are easy to graze. Recommended feeds include:
      ·High-protein frozen feeds Frozen bloodworms, blackworms, and brine shrimps are ideal for loaches. They are rich in protein and easy to purchase.
       ·Cooked meat You can experiment with cooked chicken, salmon, or beef. Choose the lean parts without a single trace of fat. Wash and boil them before cutting them i…

Common Loach Fish Diseases and How to Treat Them

Common Loach Fish Diseases and How to Treat Them

Description: types of disease that can attack loaches fish range from ich to worm infection. Here are three of the most common ones.
Loaches may look peaceful, but they are susceptible to illness. Types of disease that can attack loaches fish relate to their thin scales and nervous personality. Skin and stress-related diseases or conditions are common among these fish.
Here are several fish diseases that commonly attack loaches (and the treatments).
Ich/White SpotIch is the most common freshwater fish disease. The parasites attack the animal’s fins, gills, and body, forming white spots. The spots can merge into larger marks, which cause discolorations and scale stains. Fish may rub themselves against the tank or decorations.
Ich can damage the fins and make them clamped. The fish can also have labored breathing and appetite loss. If left untreated, the disease can spread fast and infect the other fish.
Remove the severely infected quickly bef…

Tips for Successful Loach Cultivation (Based on Types)

Tips for Successful Loach Cultivation (Based on Types)





Description: the success of cultivating loaches fish depends on understanding toward different species. Learn the main requirements to keep these loach species.
Many people think loaches are easy to keep and spawn, due to being bottom-feeder fish. However, the success of cultivating loaches fish depends on various factors. Different loach types require unique conditions and treatments to thrive.
Here are different loach fish types and the key for their successful cultivations.
Yo-yo LoachYo-yo loach (Botia lohachata) is one of the most common loach types. Hailing from South Asia, the fish sports unique dark markings on its sides.
Requirements:
      ·Needs to live in a school (six fish at most)       ·Loves warm water (75 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit or 24 to 30 degrees Celsius)       ·Needs a long adaptation period in a new environment       ·Needs at least 20-gallon tank
Horseface LoachHorseface loach (Acantopsis dialuzona) has a unique head…

Secrets of Successful Loach Fish Maintenance

Secrets of Successful Loach Fish Maintenance



Description: maintaining loaches fish in the aquarium requires perfect tank condition, ideal school size, and nonaggressive tank mates.
Loaches are peaceful bottom-dwelling fish that make your tank more interesting. Maintaining loaches fish in the aquarium is not easy, because they have thin scales and susceptible to diseases. You need to maintain them properly to keep them pretty and healthy.
Requirements to Keep Loaches FishLoach species require slightly different variations in maintenance requirements. However, the general rules are:
       ·Warm temperature Most loaches prefer temperature range from 75 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit (24 to 30 degrees Celsius). Some species prefer colder temperatures. Horseface loach, for example, loves temperature range from 40 to 77 degrees Fahrenheit (4 to 25 degrees Celsius).
      ·Proper tank volume and pH Loaches love low-running water, which mimics their natural habitat (swampy water). Ideal pH is between 6.0…

How to Maintain Cichlids in the Aquarium

How to Maintain Cichlids in the Aquarium


Meta description: Maintaining the condition of your fish is very important. Find out how to maintain cichlids in the aquarium to prevent them from getting diseases.
Maintaining the aquarium or fish tank is necessary. You should know what you have to do to maintain your fish tank. Here is some information about how to maintain cichlids in the aquarium.
Aquarium Decorations Just like any other aquarium, there should be rocks and caves, like in their natural habitat. Make sure you decorate the aquarium exactly or similarly like their natural habitat. Cichlids like to live and dig under a rock. They may eat and ruin the plants around the rocks as well. Therefore, it is not a good idea to grow plants inside the aquarium.
Make sure you keep the water temperatures around 24 to 27 °C (75 to 80 °F). You do not need lighting for the aquarium. The number of pHs that is recommended is 8.5. You also need to change the water frequently to maintain the environment…

Types of Tetra Food

Types of Tetra Food


Meta Description: There are some types of tetras fish food. Some of them are really easy to get, and you can try to feed your tetras with these varieties of food.
Tetras are amazingly beautiful tiny aquarium fish. Tetras are one of the very well-known aquarium fish. Here are some of the tetras fish food that you can give to your tetra.
Produced FoodsProduced foods include pellets, wafers, and flakes. Fish flakes are the most popular food for aquarium fish. There are varieties of flakes you can get. Flakes that are mixed with meat and some vegetable are the best. This mixing will also increase the nutrients into the tetras fish food. Moreover, it is best not to choose wheat flakes. You are also recommended to feed tetras with vegetable flakes, particularly the ones that contain Spirulina algae.
Frozen organism Organisms such as bloodworms or mosquito larvae are usually frozen and used as tetra food. Feed the tetras the same way as with any other types of food: You bett…