Catfish-the Changeling (Synodontis nigriventris)
Prevails in the regions: the basin of the Congo
Body length: 10 cm
Food: carnivorous fish
Habitat: fresh water
Catfish-shifter, or synodontis nigriventris, belongs to the family mochokidae. The homeland of this species is Africa, and to meet him in the natural environment, it is necessary to visit the Congo basin. Shifters reach a length of 10 cm inhabit fresh water and belong to the group of predatory fish.
In Europe the catfish-the shapeshifter first appeared relatively recently – in 1950 in Amsterdam. In our days the activity of this species, both in captivity and in natural conditions, are poorly understood. Continue reading
Aquarium fish guppy (Poecilia reticulata or Lebistes reticulata) are considered to be strong enough and healthy fish, so rarely get sick.
But still at the wrong conditions of keeping and feeding, they can also get sick.
The most common guppy diseases include the following:
The mycobacteriosis (fish tuberculosis)
Split and compression of the fins
The mycobacteriosis is manifested by the fact that the fish looks much emaciated, the abdomen retracted it. These fish simply destroy and disinfect aquarium plants decontaminate bitsillinom. Continue reading