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Harlequin Shrimp

July 2nd, 2009

The Harlequin shrimp lives in freshwater sponges which it cleans by eating debris and algae from the surface of the sponge. This feeding behaviour has earned them their scientific name Caridina spongicola.

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Harlequin Shrimp

July 2nd, 2009

The Harlequin shrimp lives in freshwater sponges which it cleans by eating debris and algae from the surface of the sponge. This feeding behaviour has earned them their scientific name Caridina spongicola.

Posted in Invertebrates



Harlequin Shrimp

July 2nd, 2009

The Harlequin shrimp originates from the island Sulawesi in Indonesia where it is collected from a number of freshwater lakes. It lives in freshwater sponges which it cleans by eating debris and algae from the surface of the sponge. This feeding behaviour has earned them their scientific name Caridina spongicola.

Posted in Lead



Harlequin Shrimp

July 2nd, 2009

The Harlequin shrimp originates from the island Sulawesi in Indonesia where it is collected from a number of freshwater lakes. It lives in freshwater sponges which it cleans by eating debris and algae from the surface of the sponge. This feeding behaviour has earned them their scientific name Caridina spongicola.

Posted in Lead



Breeding tilapia

July 2nd, 2009

More or less all types of Tilapia are easy to breed. Learn moew about how to breed them.

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Breeding tilapia

July 2nd, 2009

More or less all types of Tilapia are easy to breed. Learn moew about how to breed them.

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Breeding your first fish – Convict Cichlid

July 2nd, 2009

The articles in this articles series will teach you how to breed easily bred tropical fish species that can be found in most fish stores.

We will start with perhaps the easiest species of all: the convict cichlid.

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Breeding tilapia

July 2nd, 2009

More or less all types of Tilapia are easy to breed. Learn moew about how to breed them.

Posted in Lead



Breeding tilapia

July 2nd, 2009

More or less all types of Tilapia are easy to breed. Learn moew about how to breed them.

Posted in Lead



Clownfish

July 2nd, 2009

Clown fish, also known as Anemone fish, are a group of fishes found on tropical reefs where they form symbiotic relationships with anemones. Except for the species Premnas biaculeatus, all known species of clowfish belong to the genus Amphiprion. Amphiprion is today home to 27 recognized species of fish, but there are indications of some of them actually being hybrids rather than true species so this number might change as future research sheds more light on the subject.

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Clownfish

July 2nd, 2009

Clown fish, also known as Anemone fish, are a group of fishes found on tropical reefs where they form symbiotic relationships with anemones. Except for the species Premnas biaculeatus, all known species of clowfish belong to the genus Amphiprion. Amphiprion is today home to 27 recognized species of fish, but there are indications of some of them actually being hybrids rather than true species so this number might change as future research sheds more light on the subject.

Posted in Saltwater



Clownfish

July 2nd, 2009

Clown fish, also known as Anemone fish, are a group of fishes found on tropical reefs where they form symbiotic relationships with anemones. Except for the species Premnas biaculeatus, all known species of clowfish belong to the genus Amphiprion. Amphiprion is today home to 27 recognized species of fish, but there are indications of some of them actually being hybrids rather than true species so this number might change as future research sheds more light on the subject.

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Welcome to pet fish directory

June 28th, 2009

Hi and welcome to pet fish directory. Pet fish directory is as the name suggests a directory that strives to categories as many Internet tropical pet fish resource as possible, but it is also much more than that. Pet fish directory is an online pet fish magazine where you can read interesting articles about different aspects of the hobby as well as news from below the surface. Here you can read about new fish species, Environmental concerns and other questions that are relevant for the aquarist. You can also learn more about how to keep and breed different species or learn more about the latest aquarium equipment. We update our online magazine with new articles so make sure to check back every now and again.

Pet fish Directory was launched July 2009 and you will always be able to find all our old articles available online. You can browse our old article by visiting the appropriate category in the menu on the left hand side of the screen.

If you want to submit an aquarium or fish related website to be included in our directory we ask you to click on the appropriate category in the grey directory box below and then use the submit link in the category. You can also use the grey directory box to simply browse our directory and discover new aquarium resources.

Do you want your article published on pet fish directory? If so you are very welcome to submit it to us using this form (temporary closed). We use editorial discretion and only publish articles that are about fish (or in rare cases other animals) and that we feel will contribute something to our readers. You are allowed to include a few words about yourself and one link at the end of the article.

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Welcome to pet fish directory

June 28th, 2009

Hi and welcome to pet fish directory. Pet fish directory is as the name suggests a directory that strives to categories as many Internet tropical pet fish resource as possible, but it is also much more than that. Pet fish directory is an online pet fish magazine where you can read interesting articles about different aspects of the hobby as well as news from below the surface. Here you can read about new fish species, Environmental concerns and other questions that are relevant for the aquarist. You can also learn more about how to keep and breed different species or learn more about the latest aquarium equipment. We update our online magazine with new articles so make sure to check back every now and again.

Pet fish Directory was launched July 2009 and you will always be able to find all our old articles available online. You can browse our old article by visiting the appropriate category in the menu on the left hand side of the screen.

If you want to submit an aquarium or fish related website to be included in our directory we ask you to click on the appropriate category in the grey directory box below and then use the submit link in the category. You can also use the grey directory box to simply browse our directory and discover new aquarium resources.

Do you want your article published on pet fish directory? If so you are very welcome to submit it to us using this form (temporary closed). We use editorial discretion and only publish articles that are about fish (or in rare cases other animals) and that we feel will contribute something to our readers. You are allowed to include a few words about yourself and one link at the end of the article.

Posted in Lead



Welcome to pet fish directory

June 28th, 2009

Hi and welcome to pet fish directory. Pet fish directory is as the name suggests a directory that strives to categories as many Internet tropical pet fish resource as possible, but it is also much more than that. Pet fish directory is an online pet fish magazine where you can read interesting articles about different aspects of the hobby as well as news from below the surface. Here you can read about new fish species, Environmental concerns and other questions that are relevant for the aquarist. You can also learn more about how to keep and breed different species or learn more about the latest aquarium equipment. We update our online magazine with new articles so make sure to check back every now and again.
Pet fish Directory was launched July 2009 and you will always be able to find all our old articles available online. You can browse our old article by visiting the appropriate category in the menu on the left hand side of the screen.
If you want to submit an aquarium or fish related website to be included in our directory we ask you to click on the appropriate category in the grey directory box below and then use the submit link in the category. You can also use the grey directory box to simply browse our directory and discover new aquarium resources.
Do you want your article published on pet fish directory? If so you are very welcome to submit it to us using this form (temporary closed). We use editorial discretion and only publish articles that are about fish (or in rare cases other animals) and that we feel will contribute something to our readers. You are allowed to include a few words about yourself and one link at the end of the article.

Posted in Lead



Welcome to pet fish directory

June 28th, 2009

Hi and welcome to pet fish directory. Pet fish directory is as the name suggests a directory that strives to categories as many Internet tropical pet fish resource as possible, but it is also much more than that. Pet fish directory is an online pet fish magazine where you can read interesting articles about different aspects of the hobby as well as news from below the surface. Here you can read about new fish species, Environmental concerns and other questions that are relevant for the aquarist. You can also learn more about how to keep and breed different species or learn more about the latest aquarium equipment. We update our online magazine with new articles so make sure to check back every now and again.
Pet fish Directory was launched July 2009 and you will always be able to find all our old articles available online. You can browse our old article by visiting the appropriate category in the menu on the left hand side of the screen.
If you want to submit an aquarium or fish related website to be included in our directory we ask you to click on the appropriate category in the grey directory box below and then use the submit link in the category. You can also use the grey directory box to simply browse our directory and discover new aquarium resources.
Do you want your article published on pet fish directory? If so you are very welcome to submit it to us using this form (temporary closed). We use editorial discretion and only publish articles that are about fish (or in rare cases other animals) and that we feel will contribute something to our readers. You are allowed to include a few words about yourself and one link at the end of the article.

Posted in Lead



Welcome to pet fish directory

June 28th, 2009

Hi and welcome to pet fish directory. Pet fish directory is as the name suggests a directory that strives to categories as many Internet tropical pet fish resource as possible, but it is also much more than that. Pet fish directory is an online pet fish magazine where you can read interesting articles about different aspects of the hobby as well as news from below the surface. Here you can read about new fish species, Environmental concerns and other questions that are relevant for the aquarist. You can also learn more about how to keep and breed different species or learn more about the latest aquarium equipment. We update our online magazine with new articles so make sure to check back every now and again.
Pet fish Directory was launched July 2009 and you will always be able to find all our old articles available online. You can browse our old article by visiting the appropriate category in the menu on the left hand side of the screen.
If you want to submit an aquarium or fish related website to be included in our directory we ask you to click on the appropriate category in the grey directory box below and then use the submit link in the category. You can also use the grey directory box to simply browse our directory and discover new aquarium resources.
Do you want your article published on pet fish directory? If so you are very welcome to submit it to us using this form (temporary closed). We use editorial discretion and only publish articles that are about fish (or in rare cases other animals) and that we feel will contribute something to our readers. You are allowed to include a few words about yourself and one link at the end of the article.

Posted in Lead



Welcome to pet fish directory

June 28th, 2009

Hi and welcome to pet fish directory. Pet fish directory is as the name suggests a directory that strives to categories as many Internet tropical pet fish resource as possible, but it is also much more than that. Pet fish directory is an online pet fish magazine where you can read interesting articles about different aspects of the hobby as well as news from below the surface. Here you can read about new fish species, Environmental concerns and other questions that are relevant for the aquarist. You can also learn more about how to keep and breed different species or learn more about the latest aquarium equipment. We update our online magazine with new articles so make sure to check back every now and again.
Pet fish Directory was launched July 2009 and you will always be able to find all our old articles available online. You can browse our old article by visiting the appropriate category in the menu on the left hand side of the screen.
If you want to submit an aquarium or fish related website to be included in our directory we ask you to click on the appropriate category in the grey directory box below and then use the submit link in the category. You can also use the grey directory box to simply browse our directory and discover new aquarium resources.
Do you want your article published on pet fish directory? If so you are very welcome to submit it to us using this form (temporary closed). We use editorial discretion and only publish articles that are about fish (or in rare cases other animals) and that we feel will contribute something to our readers. You are allowed to include a few words about yourself and one link at the end of the article.

Posted in Lead



Welcome to pet fish directory

June 28th, 2009

Hi and welcome to pet fish directory. Pet fish directory is as the name suggests a directory that strives to categories as many Internet tropical pet fish resource as possible, but it is also much more than that. Pet fish directory is an online pet fish magazine where you can read interesting articles about different aspects of the hobby as well as news from below the surface. Here you can read about new fish species, Environmental concerns and other questions that are relevant for the aquarist. You can also learn more about how to keep and breed different species or learn more about the latest aquarium equipment. We update our online magazine with new articles so make sure to check back every now and again.
Pet fish Directory was launched July 2009 and you will always be able to find all our old articles available online. You can browse our old article by visiting the appropriate category in the menu on the left hand side of the screen.
If you want to submit an aquarium or fish related website to be included in our directory we ask you to click on the appropriate category in the grey directory box below and then use the submit link in the category. You can also use the grey directory box to simply browse our directory and discover new aquarium resources.
Do you want your article published on pet fish directory? If so you are very welcome to submit it to us using this form (temporary closed). We use editorial discretion and only publish articles that are about fish (or in rare cases other animals) and that we feel will contribute something to our readers. You are allowed to include a few words about yourself and one link at the end of the article.

Posted in Lead



Meramec Saddled Darter

June 27th, 2009

A new species of darter has been described that inhabits the Meramec River drainage of Missouri, USA; more particularly the northern Ozark region of Missouri.

Posted in News



Meramec Saddled Darter

June 27th, 2009

A new species of darter has been described that inhabits the Meramec River drainage of Missouri, USA; more particularly the northern Ozark region of Missouri.

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Meramec Saddled Darter

June 27th, 2009

A new species of darter has been described tha inhabits the Meramec River drainage of Missouri, USA; more particularly the northern Ozark region of Missouri.

Posted in Lead



Electric knifefish

June 27th, 2009

Another new species of electric knifefish has been described.

Posted in News



Electric knifefish

June 27th, 2009

Another new species of electric knifefish has been described.

Posted in Lead



Electric knifefish

June 27th, 2009

Another new species of electric knifefish has been dsecri

Posted in Lead



New Brazilian wrasse

June 27th, 2009

A new species of wrasse, named Halichoeres sazimai, has been described from the Western South Atlantic off the southern and south-eastern coasts of Brazil.

Posted in Lead



New knifefish

June 27th, 2009

A new species of South American electric knifefish has been described by Brazilian ichthyologists Julia Giora and Luiz Malabarba.

Posted in Lead



New Brazilian wrasse

June 27th, 2009

A new species of wrasse, named Halichoeres sazimai, has been described from the Western South Atlantic off the southern and south-eastern coasts of Brazil.

Posted in Lead



New knifefish

June 27th, 2009

A new species of South American electric knifefish has been described by Brazilian ichthyologists Julia Giora and Luiz Malabarba.

Posted in Lead



Top 10 New Species

June 27th, 2009

The ASU institute has now published its Top 10 list of new species from 2008, in collaboration with an international committee of taxonomists.

Posted in Lead




Harlequin Shrimp

The Harlequin shrimp lives in freshwater sponges which it cleans by eating debris and algae from the surface of the sponge. This feeding behaviour has earned them their scientific name Caridina spongicola.

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Harlequin Shrimp

The Harlequin shrimp lives in freshwater sponges which it cleans by eating debris and algae from the surface of the sponge. This feeding behaviour has earned them their scientific name Caridina spongicola.

--- Read article

Harlequin Shrimp

The Harlequin shrimp lives in freshwater sponges which it cleans by eating debris and algae from the surface of the sponge. This feeding behaviour has earned them their scientific name Caridina spongicola.

--- Read article

Harlequin Shrimp

The Harlequin shrimp originates from the island Sulawesi in Indonesia where it is collected from a number of freshwater lakes. It lives in freshwater sponges which it cleans by eating debris and algae from the surface of the sponge. This feeding behaviour has earned them their scientific name Caridina spongicola.

--- Read article

Harlequin Shrimp

The Harlequin shrimp originates from the island Sulawesi in Indonesia where it is collected from a number of freshwater lakes. It lives in freshwater sponges which it cleans by eating debris and algae from the surface of the sponge. This feeding behaviour has earned them their scientific name Caridina spongicola.

--- Read article

Breeding tilapia

More or less all types of Tilapia are easy to breed. Learn moew about how to breed them.

--- Read article

Breeding tilapia

More or less all types of Tilapia are easy to breed. Learn moew about how to breed them.

--- Read article

Harlequin Shrimp

The Harlequin shrimp lives in freshwater sponges which it cleans by eating debris and algae from the surface of the sponge. This feeding behaviour has earned them their scientific name Caridina spongicola.

--- Read article

Harlequin Shrimp

The Harlequin shrimp lives in freshwater sponges which it cleans by eating debris and algae from the surface of the sponge. This feeding behaviour has earned them their scientific name Caridina spongicola.

--- Read article

Harlequin Shrimp

The Harlequin shrimp originates from the island Sulawesi in Indonesia where it is collected from a number of freshwater lakes. It lives in freshwater sponges which it cleans by eating debris and algae from the surface of the sponge. This feeding behaviour has earned them their scientific name Caridina spongicola.

--- Read article

Harlequin Shrimp

The Harlequin shrimp originates from the island Sulawesi in Indonesia where it is collected from a number of freshwater lakes. It lives in freshwater sponges which it cleans by eating debris and algae from the surface of the sponge. This feeding behaviour has earned them their scientific name Caridina spongicola.

--- Read article

Breeding tilapia

More or less all types of Tilapia are easy to breed. Learn moew about how to breed them.

--- Read article