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Cryptocoryne reverse spiral (Cryptocoryne retrospiralis)

Cryptocoryne reverse spiral (Cryptocoryne retrospiralis)

Cryptocoryne retrospiral (Cryptocoryne retrospiralis) - grass for the aquarium from the genus Aroid. This is a fairly common plant for aquariums. The leaves are oblong and have a corrugated structure. The color of the leaves can vary from dark green to olive. With conscientious care forms a thick green "jungle"....

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Lyalius

Lyalius

Home / Aquarium fish / LyaliusFish with a flat body shape, blue with a green tint. Elyliuses have antennae, and females have yellow color, and males have red color. They reach 5-6 cm in length, live about 3 years. FeedingLaliuses prefer daphnia, moths, cyclops. In general, they are unpretentious and can eat regular dry food, which is fed by most aquarium fish....

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What fish can live without oxygen

What fish can live without oxygen

Home / All articles / What fish can live without oxygen Many captive aquarium fish cannot do without regular aeration of water with oxygen, but not all. There are some fish that can do without oxygen, these include the so-called creeping fish of the family called the Labyrinth (lat....

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Rotala Indica or Ammania Bonsai (Ammannia sp. Bonsai)

Rotala Indica or Ammania Bonsai (Ammannia sp. Bonsai)

Rotala indica is a widespread aquarium plant, which has gained its popularity due to its beautiful leaves and flowers. It has several variants of the name, the most common among them: ammania bonsai, “Indian tooth bowl.” In the natural environment it is found in freshwater bodies of Asia, India, China, Japan, Vietnam and other territories....

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