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Ludwig red or creeping (Ludwigia Repens)

Ludwig red or creeping (Ludwigia Repens)

Ludwigia red or creeping (Ludwigia Repens), due to its decorativeness and ease of care, is considered one of the most popular aquarium plants. It grows in the natural environment in America, in the northern and central regions. The plant can be seen along the shores of lakes, rivers, small ponds, ditches....

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Myxobacteriosis

Myxobacteriosis

Home / Diseases of aquarium fish / Myxobacteriosis The reason for such ills is an infection caused by bacteria called “Micobacterium piscum”, which is 2-13 microns in length and can be described as a “thick stick”. It can develop only with a temperature of 19-25 degrees. Its main area of ​​action is internal organs....

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Goldfish - Pearl

Goldfish - Pearl

Home / Aquarium fish / Goldfish - PearlGold fish - Pearl (Carassius auratus) has an ovoid shape of about 7 - 10 cm. The fin on the back is vertical, others are paired and short. Often swims upside down, awkwardly, like a "barrel". Color - orange, gold or white. Due to the special convex structure of each flake, light is reflected from the body of the fish and a pearl effect is created on its surface....

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Congo Blue

Congo Blue

Home / Aquarium fish / Congo blueCongo blue (Rainbow Tetra) belongs to the genus Mikralestes of the Kharatsin family. For the first time this fish was brought to Europe in 1949, to Russia in 1965. Congo blue has a more elongated body. The length of the male is up to about 8 cm, the length of the females is up to 6 cm, unlike other characinids....

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