Pterois, commonly known as lionfish, is a genus of venomous marine fish found mostly in the Indo-Pacific. Pterois is characterized by conspicuous warning coloration with red, white, creamy, or black bands, showy pectoral fins and venomous spiky fin rays.Pterois are classified into a number of different species, but Pterois radiata, Pterois volitans and Pterois miles are the most commonly studied. Pterois are popular aquarium fish.

Blue Devil fish

Paraplesiops bleekeri, commonly known as the eastern blue devil, blue-tipped long-fin or Bleeker's blue devil fish, is a species of fish in the family Plesiopidae. This colourful, secretive fish is endemic to Australia, where it is a protected species.


This species grows to 40 cm, and is recognizable by blue and white bands on the body, blue spots on the head, and blue dorsal and anal fins. It also has a yellow base, pectoral, and caudal fins. The pelvic, posterior dorsal, and anal fins are all elongated.

This species is a close relative of the southern blue devil (Paraplesiops meleagris), which lives in the colder southern Australian waters.


Mbu pufferfish

And MBU puffer , giant puffer , or giant freshwater puffer , fugu MBU, is pufferfish freshwater carnivorous coming from the middle and lower Congo River in Africa , and the eastern shore of Lake Tanganyika near the mouth of the River Malagarasi.

Often referred to this type as the giant freshwater pufferfish because the size is too large , and growing with the length of 67 cm (26 inches ) . Thus, it is difficult for the fish in captivity because they require a very large basin and water purification at an appropriate scale .

Like all its relatives , MBU puffer able to inflate itself with water or air when stressed or frightened . It takes a small fish , mollusks and crustaceans. Species kept in captivity require a varied diet consisting of crisp foods to help ensure good health and the prevention of tooth hypersensitivity .


Longhorn cowfish

In cowfish longhorn , Lactoria cornuta, is a variety of boxfish from Ostraciidae family , and is recognized by the century long protruding from the front of the head, and not like that of a cow or bull . Residents of the area are Indian and Pacific Oceans , and can grow up to 20 inches long . While commensurate with the home aquarium , fish and beef are becoming increasingly popular as pets .

Adults are reef fish , often solitary and territorial , live in all parts of sand or rubble bottom up to a depth of 50 m . They are omnivorous , feeding on benthic algae , and various microorganisms , and foraminiferans that it strains from sediments , sponges , worms ringed apartments sand , mollusks and small crustaceans , and small fish , and are able to consume benthic invertebrates by blowing jets of water into the substrate of sand .


Lionhead Goldfish

Hood incredible and cheeks lionheads fat or headgrowth give them a facial appearance similar to puppies.The dog " Wen " ( Chinese term for headgrowth) covers the entire head and cheeks and gill plates of fish.Furthermore, lionheads have a short but deep body , and relatively straight or curved back evenly without dorsal fin . Finnage, in general , for a brief period . Standards require that nursery that Lionhead associated anal fins , twin tail fins must not droop , and should hold the upper edge of the tail away from the traditional Lionhead body.The and can be completely separated , partially separated , or filmy . The tail must also meet the base of the tail ( the area where the tail joins the body) in a way that is almost perpendicular to the tail rod body.The perfect and wide, allowing the tail to open when the fish swim . The back of the right to Lionhead wide enough to support the development of development, such as berries hood.Hood can vary , but more pronounced in males . Hood usually takes one year to develop the young fry . Shed Lionheads male adults League headgrowths their spots .

Can Lionheads grow up to 6 inches ( 15 cm ) long (including finnage) and can be metallic , clamshell or matte scales.They available in orange , red, white, red, white , blue, black , black - white, black , red , natural, and chocolate .


jaguar cichlid fish

The Jaguar cichlid is renowned for being a vicious and highly aggressive species, but you can actually keep most Jaguar cichlids with other fish as long as you select the right tank mates. The aquarium must also be big and decorated in a way that makes it possible for the Jaguar cichlid to claim a part of it as private territory. The Jaguar cichlid has for instance been successfully kept in the same aquarium as Silver dollars, Convict cichlids and Plecos. Some Jaguar cichlids are however too aggressive to be kept with any other fishes and must be given their own aquarium. You should also keep in mind that Jaguar cichlids are highly aggressive during the breeding period, and a spawning couple should therefore always be kept in their own aquarium or in an aquarium that has been divided by a net or glass. A breeding couple will not hesitate to attack fish that is much larger than them.

The scientific name for the Jaguar cichlid is Parachromis managuense, but you might also encounter the name Parapetenia managuense when you read about this species. The Jaguar cichlid belongs to a subfamily named Cichlasomatinae in the cichlid family Cichlidae. Just like all the other cichlids it is a ray-finned fish found in the class Actinopterygii in the order Perciformes.

The Jaguar cichlid is native to Central America where it can be found in lakes, ponds and springs in Nicaragua, Honduras and Nicaragua. Today, the Jaguar cichlid has been introduced by man to a majority of the other Central American countries and established populations are known from El Salvador, Guatemala and Panama. The Jaguar cichlid has also been introduced to the United States, Mexico, Cuba and Singapore. In Spanish speaking regions the Jaguar cichlid is known as Guapote tigre. Another commonly used name in English is Aztec cichlid.

In the United States, you can find wild Jaguar cichlids in two different parts of the country. One population lives in the Quarry Pond at the University of Hawaii Campus, and a few specimens can also occasionally be found in the Mânoa Stream. The second region in which you can find wild Jaguar cichlids is Utah, where they inhabit a spring pool and a pond near St. George in Washington County. In Singapore, the Jaguar cichlid is a problematic species that have had an adverse affect on the native ecosystem. Jaguar cichlids can for instance be found in the Pandan Canal and Yishun Stormwater collection pond in Singapore and reports suggests that the population have spread to Lake Jurong.

The Jaguar cichlid is not considered an endangered species in its native region and it is not included in the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. It is relatively resilient towards over fishing since its minimum population doubling time is no longer than 1.4-4.4 years. The Jaguar cichlid is not only captured for the aquarium trade, it is also an appreciated game and food fish. It is currently being commercially grown in aquacultures.

The Jaguar cichlid prefers highly eutrophic waters with plenty of nutrition. It is frequently found in waters where the bottom is detritus and muddy or sandy. It will do great in turbid waters, but is also common in poorly oxygenated waters. The typical dept range for the Jaguar cichlid is 0-5 meters (0-16 feet).

The Jaguar cichlid is an active and charming fish with a beautiful look. It can survive up to 15 years in a well kept aquarium. The body is golden or yellow and features dark markings. A fully grown Jaguar cichlid will need a big aquarium since an adult male can grow up to 55 centimeters (1.8 feet) in length. Expecting your male Jaguar cichlid to reach a length of 40 centimeters (1.3 feet) is however more realistic. The heaviest male Jaguar cichlid ever recorded weighed 1,580 g (3.48 lbs). A female Jaguar cichlid will typically be smaller than the males and stay below 30 centimeters (1 foot) in length.

One single Jaguar cichlid can be housed in a 125 gallon (473 liter) aquarium. If you want to keep it in a community or habitat aquarium, the other species will naturally affect the recommended aquarium size. It is not advisable to create a community/habitat aquarium with a Jaguar cichlid if your tank is smaller than 180 gallons (681 liters). A breeding Jaguar cichlid couple should also preferably be provided with a 180 gallon (681 liter) aquarium or bigger.


Harlequin Bass

With beautiful colors and unique style , and dress clown makes a lovely addition to any aquarium . Harlequin Dress has a long pointed snout with black stripes and bars that form a vertical rectangle on the body . With this , and marked with the chin and abdomen yellow clown who makes bass more interesting . Because it is easy for maintenance and hardy in nature , and clown dress makes an excellent choice for the beginner aquarist . As it matures , grows up to 11 inches and it is better to keep the tank at least 30 gallons . Bass Clown likes to spend his time sitting in , on , and around the rocks and caves , and therefore a lot of live rock and caves necessary to add in the tank . May prey on small crustaceans such as shrimp and crabs , making it safe in a reef tank , but with caution . Bass Clown can be fed with a variety of foods including fresh or frozen shrimp , clams , oysters , brine shrimp , mysis shrimp , krill and similar items . It thrives well in a temperature range of 74-82 degrees Fahrenheit , and a pH of 8.0 to 8.4 . Being semi - aggressive fish can get along with the larger community , but can be found in small fish or crustaceans scare tank mates . Clown takes a lot of cache bass to make them feel comfortable and need a thick bed of sand in the bathtub , because he prefers to dig in the bottom of the substrate . 


Green moray

The green moray, Gymnothorax funebris, is a moray eel of the family Muraenidae, found in the western Atlantic from New Jersey, Bermuda, and the northern Gulf of Mexico to Brazil, at depths down to 40 m. Its length is up to 2.5 m

Ghost Angelfish

Ghost Angelfish