The natural habitat of Endler’s livebearer (Poecilia wingei) is Venezuela. The state of Sucre in the northern part of the country specifically. Endler’s livebearer lives in floodplains, slow flowing streams (often with slightly salty water), canals (even heavily polluted with sewage) and drainage ditches in the Campoma (Laguna de Campoma and Rio Oro, to to the south-west from it) and Cumana (Laguna Los Patos, Laguna de Malagueña) and Laguna Buena Vista (lagoon near Las Aguas de Moises resort).
The Congo tetra (Phenacogrammus interruptus) is a beautiful representative of African tetras (Alestidae family). It is a family of Characiformes, which include a great number of species. Characteristics Congo tetra … Read More
You have a small aquarium and looking for attractive, easy to keep fish? Firehead tetra (Hemigrammus bleheri) is a small fish from the Characidae family, growing to about 6 cm. … Read More
One of the most popular aquarium choice seems to be Corydoras. At first glance you can see that they are active and “cheerful” fish. However, one very important condition must … Read More
Wild bettas are not very popular aquarium inhabitants. They are neither easily available nor well known. Bettas are usually associated with Betta splendens. There is a lot of reason for … Read More
Discus fish hardly ever go unnoticed in any tank. They are adored for their colors, shape and majestic moves. Despite the fact that they have been present in our aquariums … Read More