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L046 number catfishes can be seen in this image. Numbered soms (L046) can be seen in this image.

Number Catfish (L-number Catfish) in the Aquarium or My Black and White Dream!

License plate catfish in the aquarium! Who is it? The article 'Number Catfish in the Aquarium' uses materials from sites amazonasmagazine.com, elitefish.org, discusmadness.com and social networks. Number catfish in an aquarium or my black and white dream! Photos provided Craig Whitehead. Pleco Loricariidae Club. As soon as at the end of the 1980 years the photo of the numbered zebra catfish (L046) was first published among aquarists ...
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Helena snail at the aquarium can be seen in this image! Helen's aquarium snail is depicted in this image.

Snail Helena (Clea Helena): Useful Killer in the Aquarium! To learn more!

Snails in the aquarium. Why are they needed there! Along with fish and shrimp, another representative of the underwater world is almost always present in aquariums. Gastropod mollusk (Gastropoda), or as it is usually called, a snail. In general, in the nature of mollusks there is a huge variety, about 200 of thousands of species. Snails have mastered almost all habitats on the planet ...
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Fist aid for aquarium logo can be see in this image. Aquarium first aid equipment is shown in this image.

First Aid Tools! Aquarium Kit. My experience!

First Aid Tools In Aquarium. What is it and what are they for? As is usually the case with animals, be it dogs, cats or fish, all misfortunes with them usually happen either at night or on weekends and holidays. Then, when all veterinary pharmacies and zoo shops are closed. And you start to panic ...
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Phosphate test for aquarium can be seen in this picture. Phosphates in the aquarium. Tests are presented in this picture.

Phosphates (PO4) in the Aquarium! Friends or Enemies? Be the first to know!

Phosphates (PO4) in the aquarium. What is it? We continue to study aquarium chemistry. And today we’ll quickly deal with another representative of her in the aquarium. And their name is phosphates (PO4). They are not as scary and dangerous as ammonia or nitrites, especially for fish. But the increased phosphate content in the aquarium will almost always lead to ...
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Ram cichlid (Mikrogeophagus ramirezi) can be seen in this image. Apistogram Ramirezi butterfly is depicted in this photo.

Apistogram Ramirezi (Microgeophagus Ramirezi): Butterfly in the Aquarium! + Breeding!

Apistogram Ramirezi (Microgeophagus Ramirezi) - the most harmless cichlid in the aquarium! The apistogram of Ramirezi, or as it is affectionately called, the apistogram of a butterfly, although it refers to dwarf cichlids, is very different in behavior from them. Usually, all cichlids are quite aggressive, territorial, spoiling plants and digging soil. The exception, perhaps, is only ...
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Logo "Power ougage and aeration" can be seen in this image. The logo "aeration and disconnection of electricity in the aquarium" is presented in this photo.

Aeration in the Aquarium and Power Outage! Shock! Solutions to the Problem!

Aeration in the aquarium! What is it? Almost all living organisms on planet earth require oxygen to sustain life. The exception is only "harmful" anaerobic bacteria that do not need oxygen. But fish, shrimp, snails and “useful” bacteria in the aquarium, on the contrary, really need oxygen. And aeration is a saturation or feed system ...
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Hornwort (ceraptophyllum) for aquarium can be seen in this image. Hornwort is depicted in this picture.

Hornwort (Ceratophyllum): An indispensable helper in the aquarium! + My Tricks!

Why hornwort? Hornwort (Ceratophyllum) is so versatile for any aquarium that it can easily be awarded first place among all aquarium plants. There are practically no situations in the aquarium in which the hornwort would not be useful. Want to quickly balance your new aquarium? Put viviparous fish to spawn and save fry? ...
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Nitrate tests fo the aquarium can be seen in this image. Nitrate tests in the aquarium can be seen in this image.

Nitrates in the Aquarium (Dangerous NO3): Just about Complex! Personal experience!

Nitrates! What is it? Nitrates (NO3) in an aquarium, this is the last representative in the chain of chemical compounds of the nitrogen cycle. About the previous two, much more dangerous and hidden killers in the aquarium, read in my posts, the links below. Ammonia in the aquarium! Dangerous! Read Nitrite in the aquarium! Dangerous! Read Chemical Processes in the Aquarium! Nitrates are less dangerous ...
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