2016-10-22T11:03:40ZLearning scientific names of fish can be daunting, so we all tend to use common names. However, if you wish to do research on your fish, knowing the scientific name is invaluable. Here is a handy list of common fish names that begin with the letter P, cross referenced to their scientific names.
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZLivebearers are some of the most popular fish in the aquarium trade, prized for their hardiness, adaptivity to many habitats, and attractive coloration.
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZA profile of the Marigold Wag Swordtail (Xiphophorus helleri), including habitat, care, feeding, and breeding.
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZLearning scientific names can be daunting, but it can be invaluable when trying to research information on a fish. Here are the basics about scientific fish names, and how to find the scientific name for your fish.
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZAquarium covers are an important piece of aquarium equipment.Without a cover, it is inevitable that fish will jump put and perish. Covers may be as simple as a pane of glass or as elaborate as a decorative wood canopy. Learn more about the basics of aquarium covers.
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZSome type of substrate is used in virtually every aquarium, but the type of substrate varies widely. This substrate primer covers the top types of aquarium substrate.
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZA profile of the aquarium fish known as the White Skirt Tetra (Gymnocorymbus ternetzi)
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZHere is a handy list of over a thousand common fish names cross referenced to their scientific names.
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZThe benefits of feeding your freshwater fish something more than flakes.
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZAlgae is one of the most frustrating problems to deal with. Here is how to identify and cope with gravel algae.
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZLearning scientific names of fish can be daunting, so we all tend to use common names. However, if you wish to do research on your fish, knowing the scientific name is invaluable. Here is a handy list of common fish names that begin with the letter B (page 1), cross referenced to their scientific names.
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZIf your fish appear to be sick, this listing resource will help you diagnose and treat them. You'll also find links to tips to prevent future illness.
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZA profile of the Bristlenose Catfish, Ancistrus cirrhosus, including habitat, care, feeding, and breeding.
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZHow many fish can your tank safely hold? Learn the pros and cons of different methods for calculating how many fish your aquarium will hold.
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZA profile of the Rosy Danio including habitat, feeding, and breeding.
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZHow to clean a dirty aquarium the right way, the tools you'll need, what to stay away from and instructions for making your tank look beautiful again.
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZThe White Cloud Mountain Minnow is the answer to the beginning aquarists dreams. It is a fish that has everything: great color with distinct and unique markings and accents, and a hardy disposition.
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZSerpae Tetras are an brightly colored schooling fish that does well in a community aquarium. Here is how to care for Serpae Tetra - Hyphessobrycon eques
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZGoldfish bowls are common in department stores as well as most pet shops. Ask anyone who had a goldfish as a kid and odds are they kept it in a goldfish bowl. Learn why Goldfish bowls aren't what they aren't cracked up to be.
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZLearning scientific names of fish can be daunting, so we all tend to use common names. However, if you wish to do research on your fish, knowing the scientific name is invaluable. Here is a handy list of common fish names that begin with the letter A, cross referenced to their scientific names.
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZDanios are active school fish that are quite hardy. They do well in cool temperatures, making them a great choice for unheated aquariums. Learn more about the popular Danio species in this overview of Danios.
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZAn Angelfish is a true pet! If you work with yours, and you have a good luck with them, they will know you, recognize you, feed from your hand!
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZOne of the larger Barbs, the Denison Barb is a colorful and interesting fish keep, but requires a large aquarium. Learn more about habitat, care, and feeding this attractive fish.
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZNeon Tetra and Cardinal Tetras look similar, but they aren't the same species. In fact, they have some distinctly different needs that owners should be aware of. Learn how to tell the difference between a Neon and Cardinal Tetra, and some important facts about each species.
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZGouramis are a relatively hardy and easy to care for family of fish, that are often kept in community aquariums. Learn more about the Gourami family in this overview that compares attributes of popular Gourami species.
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZWant a beautiful aquarium full of live plants? You can do it, but it takes planning. Plant expert Don Matakis explains the need for planning, and what to take into consideration when deciding how to aquascape your tank.
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZChoosing the proper substrate for your planted aquarium can make the difference between success and failure. Plant grower, Don Matakis offers his advice on choosing substrates.
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZA profile of the aquarium fish Red Eye Tetra (Moenkhausia sanctaefilomenae), including habitat, care, feeding, and breeding.
2016-10-22T11:03:40ZNot all fish for sale in pet shops make ideal pets. In fact, some are downright nasty, and should be avoided. Think twice before you consider any of these aquarium fish for your tank.