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Something fishy...

Postby titanic1990 » Wed Jun 01, 2011 12:36 pm

    

hi everyone, I would like to share to you my favorite thing to do here in my hub... collecting fish species and having them as my pets...

...and my favorite sets of fish are those tetras....

they are brightly coloured community fishes... playful and very delicate to the eyes...


Paracheirodon axelrodi (cardinal tetra) >>> my favorite among Paracheirodon species.

Growing to about 3 cm (1.25 in) total length, the cardinal tetra has the striking iridescent blue line characteristic of the Paracheirodon species laterally bisecting the fish, with the body below this line being vivid red in color, hence the name "cardinal tetra". The cardinal tetra's appearance is similar to that of the closely related neon tetra, with which it is often confused; the neon's red coloration extends only about halfway to the nose, and the neon's blue stripe is a less vibrant blue, however.

The cardinal tetra, in the wild, swims upstream in large numbers to parts of its native river habitat that are completely enclosed above by rainforest canopy. Such waters are subject to heavy shading by the rainforest trees, and virtually no sunlight reaches them. Here, the fishes spawn in large aggregations. In the aquarium, a single pair can be conditioned for breeding, but the breeding aquarium not only needs to contain water with the correct chemical parameters cited above: the breeding aquarium needs to be heavily shaded to mimic the low light conditions of the fish's native spawning grounds. If the fishes are ready to spawn, the male, which will be the slimmer of the two fishes in outline, will pursue the female into fine-leaved plants: her fuller outline, which usually indicates the presence of ripe eggs within her reproductive tract, should be readily apparent at this point. If the female is ready, she will allow the male to swim alongside her, and together, the pair will release eggs and sperm.
Apart from the stringent requirements with respect to water chemistry, one of the major difficulties mitigating against success in captive breeding of the species is the nature of the newly laid and fertilised eggs. The eggs of the cardinal tetra are photosensitive, and will die if exposed to bright light. Consequently, after spawning, the fishes should be removed and the aquarium covered to darken it, thus providing the developing eggs with the conditions necessary for development.

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Paracheirodon innesi (neon tetra)

The Neon Tetra has a light-blue back over a silver-white abdomen. The fish is characterized by an iridescent blue horizontal stripe along each side of the fish from its nose to the base of the adipose fin, and an iridescent red stripe that begins at the middle of the body and extends posteriorly to the base of the caudal fin. Most, if not all, will develop an olive green sheen lining their backs. The fish is completely transparent (including fins) except for these markings. During the night, the blue and red become silver as the fish rests—it reactivates once it becomes active in the morning. It grows to approximately 3 cm (1.2 in) in overall length. Sexual dimorphism is slight, the female having a slightly larger belly, and a bent iridescent stripe rather than the male's straight stripe.

While commercially bred neon tetras have adapted well to a wide range of water conditions, in the wild they inhabit very soft, acidic waters that are usually cooler than the 25 °C (77 °F) most tropical aquaria are maintained at.[2] Neon Tetras can have a lifespan of up to 10 years, normally about 5 in an aquarium.
Neon tetras are considered easy to keep in a community aquarium that is at least 60 cm (24 inches), with a pH of 6.0–7.8 and KH of 1.0–2.0. However, they will die if traumatized by dramatic changes to their environment. They tend to be timid and, because of their small size, should not be kept with large or aggressive fish who may bully or simply eat them. Fish that mix well in an aquarium are other types of tetras, such as the rummy-nose tetra, cardinal tetra, and glowlight tetra, and other community fish that live well in an ideal Tetra water condition. Mid-level feeders, they are best kept in schools of six or more, for the shoaling effect when they move around the tank. They shoal naturally in the wild and are thus happier, more brightly colored, and more active when kept as a shoal as opposed to singly and feel more secure. Their colour and the iridescent stripe may become dim at night, and can be virtually invisible after a period of darkness. The color may also fade during a period of stress, such as human intervention into the tank. Neons are best kept in a densely planted tank with subdued light and an ideal temperature of 21–27 °C (70–81 °F) to resemble their native Amazon environment.

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Paracheirodon simulans (green neon tetra)

The green neon tetra (Paracheirodon simulans) is a freshwater fish of the characin family (family Characidae) of order Characiformes. It is native to the upper Orinoco and Negro Rivers in South America.
This fish is similar in appearance to the closely-related and better-known neon tetra, but it is slightly smaller and its red patch is less pronounced, while the blue-green areas of the upper body are more brilliant. Also, its body is slimmer than that of the neon tetra. It grows to a maximum overall length of approximately 2.5 cm (1 in).
Like the other Paracheirodon species, the green neon tetra is kept as an aquarium fish, but it is less commonly seen than either the true neon tetra or the cardinal tetra.
P. simulans is also sometimes called the blue or false neon. Hyphessobrycon simulans and Cheirodon simulans are obsolete synonyms.
This fish loses its brilliant blue and red color when lights are switched off in the dark, however regains it back when lights are switched on again.

Green Neon Tetras need water similar to the waters they live in in the wild; extremely soft water with a pH of about 6 and a temperature of around 77 degrees F (25 degrees C). Ideally the water should be highly stained by the tannins from peat, in subdued light, shaded by plants.
The Green Neon Tetra spawns in a school although in the actual act of spawning one female may be closely associated with one or more males.
About 130 eggs can be laid by each female. The parents should be removed after spawning. The eggs should hatch in 24 hours. The eggs are light sensitive so avoid light.
The babies are very small and infusoria (protozoa) is necessary early on. As they grow, this can increasingly be supplemented with fine commercial fry foods. Green Neon Tetras can breed again after a couple of weeks.

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Nematobrycon palmeri (emperor tetra) >>> my favorite among Nematobrycon species.

The Emperor tetra is a placid aquarium fish so avoid boisterous companions. It grows to 7.5 cm. It prefers a pH of 6.5, a hardness of 50–100 mg/l and a temperature of 23-27 C. It does not school as readily as most tetras, and a single fish, or a pair appears happier than with most tetras.

In a large well planted aquarium a single pair of Emperor tetras will often breed without any extra stimulation. If there are no other fish, some of the babies may survive especially if the parents are well fed. In a large, well planted aquarium the babies will find some useful natural food in the form of protozoa, algae, etc. Screened Daphnia will provide them with more nourishment as they grow, and dry fry food can be used.

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Nematobrycon lacortei (rainbow tetra)
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Nematobrycon amphiloxus (black emperor tetra)
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...these are only 6 of hundreds species of tetras in the characin family...

for now, three of these 6 are now in my tank, cardinal tetra, neon tetra, and emperor tetra.
I haven't seen any green neon tetra, rainbow tetra, and black emperor tetra available here in our city, or as just a pet owned by someone.














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Re: Something fishy...

Postby XAMURAI » Wed Jun 01, 2011 12:46 pm

LOVE THIS POST! I have mollies!!!
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Re: Something fishy...

Postby titanic1990 » Wed Jun 01, 2011 12:49 pm

Stephen wrote:
LOVE THIS POST! I have mollies!!!


mollies are the easiest fishes to breed.... a single female can give birth to an almost hundred babies... I had mollies in my younger years.... and I had bred different varieties back then...but now, I'm into characins... they are also good for fish hobbyist. :)
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Re: Something fishy...

Postby darinnes042490 » Wed Jun 01, 2011 12:51 pm

Piranha Please :-P
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Re: Something fishy...

Postby titanic1990 » Wed Jun 01, 2011 12:54 pm

darinnes042490 wrote:Piranha Please :-P



yup, piranhas are also part of the characins... together with the pacu, they are the largest member of Characidae. I'll be posting thread regarding piranhas soon... just finishing my research yet bout them. :)
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Re: Something fishy...

Postby jheeded » Wed Jun 01, 2011 1:01 pm

AY DAMI ISDA FERO DI KO VET ALAGAAN. MY YOUNGER BRO MAY ISANG MALAKING FISH POND NG GOLDEN FISH ( about 80 sq mtrs ). LAHAT LAHAT NG KULAY AT KLASE MERUN. SANA NGA LANG DI MA FISH KILL KC NAGSISIKSIKAN NA SA DAMI..char!
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Re: Something fishy...

Postby titanic1990 » Wed Jun 01, 2011 1:06 pm

Jade del Rosario wrote:AY DAMI ISDA FERO DI KO VET ALAGAAN. MY YOUNGER BRO MAY ISANG MALAKING FISH POND NG GOLDEN FISH ( about 80 sq mtrs ). LAHAT LAHAT NG KULAY AT KLASE MERUN. SANA NGA LANG DI MA FISH KILL KC NAGSISIKSIKAN NA SA DAMI..char!


overcrowding in a tank/pond can threaten the fish. the more they are in a tank, the more nitrate and ammonium exist that can poison them... proper filtraliton and lessening the number of fishes are the best ways to a successful tank.
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Re: Something fishy...

Postby TissuePaper » Wed Jun 01, 2011 1:11 pm

gusto ko yung mga napapakinabangan na PET, yung pedeng umilaw pag gabi. :-P .
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Re: Something fishy...

Postby jheeded » Wed Jun 01, 2011 1:17 pm

TissuePaper wrote:gusto ko yung mga napapakinabangan na PET, yung pedeng umilaw pag gabi. :-P .


GUSTO KO AMAN NA FET UNG NASA AVATAR NG TS..char!
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Postby XAMURAI » Wed Jun 01, 2011 1:21 pm

titanic1990 wrote:
Stephen wrote:
LOVE THIS POST! I have mollies!!!


mollies are the easiest fishes to breed.... a single female can give birth to an almost hundred babies... I had mollies in my younger years.... and I had bred different varieties back then...but now, I'm into characins... they are also good for fish hobbyist. :)


actually... i have a small aquarium here... i need to have a heater just to keep these tropical mollies to strive during autumn and winter. it's basically just a continuation of my hobby way back during my teenage years. mollies only!
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Re: Something fishy...

Postby CHOTA CHETAN » Wed Jun 01, 2011 1:25 pm

I had Mollies, Gold fish, Goramis, tetra's and in a seperate tank i had Oscars which became really huge in size.....i used to feed it beef.....Also had tiger sharks which lived for 9 years...... >=p >=p >=p >=p
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Re: Something fishy...

Postby darinnes042490 » Wed Jun 01, 2011 1:35 pm

TissuePaper wrote:gusto ko yung mga napapakinabangan na PET, yung pedeng umilaw pag gabi. :-P .


uhhhmmmmmmmm Alitaptap :!!
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Re: Something fishy...

Postby TissuePaper » Wed Jun 01, 2011 1:40 pm

Jade del Rosario wrote:
TissuePaper wrote:gusto ko yung mga napapakinabangan na PET, yung pedeng umilaw pag gabi. :-P .


GUSTO KO AMAN NA FET UNG NASA AVATAR NG TS..char!


gusto ko din nyan. pag nakuha mo yan. kiskisin mo kua jade. pag may lumabas, ang tawag don "GENIE". pwede kang magwish sa GENIE.
kausapin mo, sabihin mo bigyan din ako ng wish. :"> .
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Postby TissuePaper » Wed Jun 01, 2011 1:54 pm

darinnes042490 wrote:
TissuePaper wrote:gusto ko yung mga napapakinabangan na PET, yung pedeng umilaw pag gabi. :-P .


uhhhmmmmmmmm Alitaptap :!!


hindi pedeng pet lang pag alitaptap, dapat jan petSSSSSSS..
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Postby irina143 » Wed Jun 01, 2011 3:36 pm

cute! my brother have fighting fish and micky mouse platy. :-P
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Postby irina143 » Wed Jun 01, 2011 3:40 pm

TissuePaper wrote:gusto ko yung mga napapakinabangan na PET, yung pedeng umilaw pag gabi. :-P .


eto oh GLOFISH :!! :%))

so cute! :D/
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Postby The Pageant Gaga » Wed Jun 01, 2011 3:43 pm

This is what i like hehehe

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Postby prettyreckless » Wed Jun 01, 2011 4:51 pm

Loves it! I had fishes before but namatay sila lahat except yung janitor fish kaya pinakawalan nalang ng mom ko sa canal. =;))
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Re: Something fishy...

Postby mrworld » Wed Jun 01, 2011 5:44 pm

nice,,,,great job bro for informing us,,, :=p :=p

kung puwede nga lang gusto ko mag-alaga ng shark,,,shokoy at serena,,,,hehehehe :%)) :%)) :%)) joke

sa bahay kasi puro Koi ang isada feng sui kasi,,,hehehe :=p
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Re: Something fishy...

Postby Jeffrey Nidal » Wed Jun 01, 2011 11:58 pm

Wow... ako naman may pet din ako dala dala ko palagi... mabuhok at nagagalit paghinahawakan... :-D
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Postby Talong at Longganisa » Sun Jun 05, 2011 6:14 am

[font=Book Antiqua][color=#663300][size=150]I so want to have cichlids.
Usually the beautiful colored fishes are saltwater fishes....but NOT the cichlids....they are freshwater fishes from Africa .. Malawi to be specific.
The only problem is that they need a BIG fish tank....around 100 gallons or more..
They are territorial but they say that if you will do "crowding" they wont behave like that.
My tank is 60 gallons and I have a smaller one that is usually seen in my other avatar/s for the fingerlings.

Here's a video of the chichlids.

BTW....they are member of the TILAPIA family of fishes...yep...TILAPIA...it's true.

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Postby Leonna Collins » Mon Dec 16, 2013 9:48 am

PECULIAR & EXPENSIVE HOBBY!
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