• Black Widow Tetra

    • Black Tetra is also known by other name black widow or black skirt tetra.
    • They grow up to 2 inch and have a life span of 6-7 years depending upon care and maintenance. this fish is extremely good choice for any beginner hobbyist as it is very robyst and tolerant to wild variety of water condition, it’s a very hardy fish and on account of their exception active nature they are not appropriate choice and tank mates for passive and shy inhabitants as they are constantly on the move and can harass others in the tank which could cause problem in shy varieties of tank mates.
    • They are omnivorous and would eat anything that they are fed twice or thrice a day.
    • Partial water change  of 25% every week would be recommended if the tank is not densely stocked.
    • It would be appropriate to have school of 7 or more Black widow tetra in a minimum of 15 gallon aquarium. in case of black tetra more fishes would make them more comfortable. the filtration system needs to be a high quality without creating much water turbulence as these fishes prefer slow water movement.
    • it would be appropriate to keep similar size fish or larger size fish in the community tank along with black widow tetra as small fishes may become target of their fin nipping habits and stressed. these fishes are skilled jumpers it would therefore be necessary to secure the aquarium by covering it.
    • The good compatible tank mates are similar size tetras rainbow fish, larger rasboras, barbs and some dwarf cichlid, danios since they are hardy fish in a well maintained aquarium their health would not be of any issue.
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  • Blue Diamond Discus

    • Origin of Discus Relates to amazon river in South America. The tributaries of river amazon have different color water which are either clear white or black. and areas where these waters mix is the breeding ground of discus.
    • Level of fish keeping of discus is difficult as the fish is very sensitive to quality of water. this fish is not recommended for those who are beginners but with slight care and effort the presence of discus in your aquarium can be very satisfied. broadly the discus can be grouped under 4-5 categories namely green discus, blue discus, brown discus, red spotted discus and Tefe discus. discus fish has often been described as  “King of Aquarium Fishes”. this is because of staining color refined shape and majestic looks, Discus may appear in variety of color and spots and it is often difficult to have exact replica among the verities.
    • These are among-est the expensive tropical fishes. however keeping them can be a very rewarding experience.
    • Adult size of these fishes are normally about 5-7″. but they are capable of going up to 10″.
    • Their life span is around 10 years.
    • Discus are carnivorous and therefore they would enjoy live and frozen food.
    • Minimum of 25% of partial water change is required every week. and while cleaning your tank it is important that you don’t stress your fish as they are very prone to stress related diseases.
    • The minimum water tank required is 60 gallons. The temperature range should ideally be around 82 F and above.
    • These fishes would be compatible with dwarf Cichlids or long loaches. some species of tetra like Cardinal Tetra, Neon Tetra, Rummynose Tetra, Glowlight Tetra, Emperor Tetra, or Congo Tetra, It is advised not to keep angel fishes and cat fishes with discus.
    • The Product fish available is Blue Diamond Discus about 2″ in diameter is absolutely healthy
  • Blue Moorii Cichlid

    • Blue Moorii Cichlid is also called by its other names Blue Dolphin Cichlid, Malawi Blue Dolphin Cichlid, Hump-head.
    • The Blue Moorii is decently sized Cichlid and can grow up to about 10 inches in length, and sometimes grow a bit bigger in the aquarium.
    • The life span of these fish is up to 10 years.
    • They have an overall blue coloring with varying amounts of black markings on their fins and back.
    • Both the male and female of these Cichlids develop a lump on the forehead, often referred to as a cranial bump.
    • This cichlid has some salt tolerance, therefore can be kept in slightly brackish water conditions but not suited to a full brackish water tank.
    • These fishes are primarily carnivorous.  They will eat any fish small enough to be consumed. They require high protein diet, so it will be required to feed meaty foods such as blood worms and brine shrimp (either live or frozen), and you could also include pieces of cut up prawns and earthworms.  They should be fed 2-4 times a day in smaller quantities.  They need not be fed everyday, as they have a tendency to overeat and this can contribute to Malawi bloat.
    • Like other Malawi Cichlids, even Blue Moorii Cichlid will not survive well under poor water conditions specially eyes of this Cichlids. It is recommended to do partial water changes upto 20% a week depending on bio load.
    • This cichlid has some salt tolerance, therefore can be kept in slightly brackish water conditions but not suited to a full brackish water tank.
    • It is recommended to have minimum tank size is 80 gallons to house these Cichlids.
    • The filtration system has to be very efficient with strong water movement.
    • Unlike most of the other Cichlids, these are peaceful cichlid, but like other Cichlids it is again not a fish for a community tank. It is recommended to keep a male with three or more females in a species tank. They can be housed along with others in a cichlid community tank, but will be territorial when spawning. Small fish and the Mbuna species that are from Lake Malawi are to be avoided as former might be stressed on account of the size and later being territorial and aggressive. However, there are some recommended tank mates for these Cichlids are mild tempered Malawi cichlids, like the Peacock cichlids and larger peaceful haps. It can also be kept with the Frontosa, which is from Lake Tanganyika, as well as the Synodontis catfish.
    • Please visit again to check for the available stock and for size of the fish. Presently this fish is Out Of Stock.
  • Blue Snakeskin Discus

    • Origin of Discus Relates to amazon river in South America. The tributaries of river amazon have different color water which are either clear white or black. and areas where these waters mix is the breeding ground of discus.
    • Level of fish keeping of discus is difficult as the fish is very sensitive to quality of water. this fish is not recommended for those who are beginners but with slight care and effort the presence of discus in your aquarium can be very satisfied. broadly the discus can be grouped under 4-5 categories namely green discus, blue discus, brown discus, red spotted discus and Tefe discus. discus fish has often been described as  “King of Aquarium Fishes”. this is because of staining color refined shape and majestic looks, Discus may appear in variety of color and spots and it is often difficult to have exact replica among the verities.
    • These are among-est the expensive tropical fishes. however keeping them can be a very rewarding experience.
    • Adult size of these fishes are normally about 5-7″. but they are capable of going up to 10″.
    • Their life span is around 10 years.
    • Discus are carnivorous and therefore they would enjoy live and frozen food.
    • Minimum of 25% of partial water change is required every week. and while cleaning your tank it is important that you don’t stress your fish as they are very prone to stress related diseases.
    • The minimum water tank required is 60 gallons. The temperature range should ideally be around 82 F and above.
    • These fishes would be compatible with dwarf Cichlids or long loaches. some species of tetra like Cardinal Tetra, Neon Tetra, Rummynose Tetra, Glowlight Tetra, Emperor Tetra, or Congo Tetra, It is advised not to keep angel fishes and cat fishes with discus.
    • The Product fish available is Blue Snakeskin Discus about 2″ in diameter is absolutely healthy
  • Blue Turquoise Discus

    • Origin of Discus Relates to amazon river in South America. The tributaries of river amazon have different color water which are either clear white or black. and areas where these waters mix is the breeding ground of discus.
    • Level of fish keeping of discus is difficult as the fish is very sensitive to quality of water. this fish is not recommended for those who are beginners but with slight care and effort the presence of discus in your aquarium can be very satisfied. broadly the discus can be grouped under 4-5 categories namely green discus, blue discus, brown discus, red spotted discus and Tefe discus. discus fish has often been described as  “King of Aquarium Fishes”. this is because of staining color refined shape and majestic looks, Discus may appear in variety of color and spots and it is often difficult to have exact replica among the verities.
    • These are among-est the expensive tropical fishes. however keeping them can be a very rewarding experience.
    • Adult size of these fishes are normally about 5-7″. but they are capable of going up to 10″.
    • Their life span is around 10 years.
    • Discus are carnivorous and therefore they would enjoy live and frozen food.
    • Minimum of 25% of partial water change is required every week. and while cleaning your tank it is important that you don’t stress your fish as they are very prone to stress related diseases.
    • The minimum water tank required is 60 gallons. The temperature range should ideally be around 82 F and above.
    • These fishes would be compatible with dwarf Cichlids or long loaches. some species of tetra like Cardinal Tetra, Neon Tetra, Rummynose Tetra, Glowlight Tetra, Emperor Tetra, or Congo Tetra, It is advised not to keep angel fishes and cat fishes with discus.
    • The Product fish available is Blue Turquoise Discus about 2″ in diameter is absolutely healthy
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  • Blue White Discus

    • Origin of Discus Relates to amazon river in South America. The tributaries of river amazon have different color water which are either clear white or black. and areas where these waters mix is the breeding ground of discus.
    • Level of fish keeping of discus is difficult as the fish is very sensitive to quality of water. this fish is not recommended for those who are beginners but with slight care and effort the presence of discus in your aquarium can be very satisfied. broadly the discus can be grouped under 4-5 categories namely green discus, blue discus, brown discus, red spotted discus and Tefe discus. discus fish has often been described as  “King of Aquarium Fishes”. this is because of staining color refined shape and majestic looks, Discus may appear in variety of color and spots and it is often difficult to have exact replica among the verities.
    • These are among-est the expensive tropical fishes. however keeping them can be a very rewarding experience.
    • Adult size of these fishes are normally about 5-7″. but they are capable of going up to 10″.
    • Their life span is around 10 years.
    • Discus are carnivorous and therefore they would enjoy live and frozen food.
    • Minimum of 25% of partial water change is required every week. and while cleaning your tank it is important that you don’t stress your fish as they are very prone to stress related diseases.
    • The minimum water tank required is 60 gallons. The temperature range should ideally be around 82 F and above.
    • These fishes would be compatible with dwarf Cichlids or long loaches. some species of tetra like Cardinal Tetra, Neon Tetra, Rummynose Tetra, Glowlight Tetra, Emperor Tetra, or Congo Tetra, It is advised not to keep angel fishes and cat fishes with discus.
    • The Product fish available is Blue White Discus about 2″ in diameter is absolutely healthy
  • Blushing Angelfish

    • Angel fishes are among-est the popular fishes which are kept by the beginner and long time hobbyist there are numerous varieties on account of natural nutrition which are available for sale in open market. some of the batter known varieties are silver angel fish, zebra, marble angel fish, veil tail angel fish.
    • They can grow up to 6″ in length and therefore require at least 30 gallon tank. they are community fishes but may not  tolerate smaller fish. they can become aggressive as they grow older.
    • They are very sensitive to water changes and therefore strict water parameter have to be maintained while conducting partial water change.  one need to be causes with long finned angel fish as they are prone to fin nipping by variety of fishes.
    • They  are omnivorous and can eat variety of food.
    • Water change of roughly of 20% is required every week to maintain healthy environment.
    • Since they become aggressive as they grow old it is necessary to have have tank mates which would not interfere with the territory maintain by the angel fish. you can comfortably have live plants as they don’t burrow or dig the substrate.
    • They are very sub-stable to ich and skin flukes and parasitic infestation, so it is recommended to keep the water sparkling clean and not allow the decomposing matters to accumulate.
    • The Product fish available is Blushing Angelfish about 2″ in diameter is absolutely healthy.
  • Brilliant Blue Discus

    • Origin of Discus Relates to amazon river in South America. The tributaries of river amazon have different color water which are either clear white or black. and areas where these waters mix is the breeding ground of discus.
    • Level of fish keeping of discus is difficult as the fish is very sensitive to quality of water. this fish is not recommended for those who are beginners but with slight care and effort the presence of discus in your aquarium can be very satisfied. broadly the discus can be grouped under 4-5 categories namely green discus, blue discus, brown discus, red spotted discus and Tefe discus. discus fish has often been described as  “King of Aquarium Fishes”. this is because of staining color refined shape and majestic looks, Discus may appear in variety of color and spots and it is often difficult to have exact replica among the verities.
    • These are among-est the expensive tropical fishes. however keeping them can be a very rewarding experience.
    • Adult size of these fishes are normally about 5-7″. but they are capable of going up to 10″.
    • Their life span is around 10 years.
    • Discus are carnivorous and therefore they would enjoy live and frozen food.
    • Minimum of 25% of partial water change is required every week. and while cleaning your tank it is important that you don’t stress your fish as they are very prone to stress related diseases.
    • The minimum water tank required is 60 gallons. The temperature range should ideally be around 82 F and above.
    • These fishes would be compatible with dwarf Cichlids or long loaches. some species of tetra like Cardinal Tetra, Neon Tetra, Rummynose Tetra, Glowlight Tetra, Emperor Tetra, or Congo Tetra, It is advised not to keep angel fishes and cat fishes with discus.
    • The Product fish available is Brilliant Blue Discus about 2″ in diameter is absolutely healthy
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    Buenos Aires Tetra

    • They grow up to 3 inches and have a life span of 5-6 years depending upon care and maintenance. this fish is extremely good choice for any beginner hobbyist as it is very robyst and tolerant to wild variety of water condition, it’s a very hardy fish and on account of their exception active nature they are not appropriate choice and tank mates for passive and shy inhabitants as they are constantly on the move and can harass others in the tank which could cause problem in shy varieties of tank mates.
    • They are omnivorous and would eat anything that they are fed twice or thrice a day.
    • Partial water change  of 25% every week would be recommended if the tank is not densely stocked.
    • It would be appropriate to have school of 7 or more Black widow tetra in a minimum of 25-30 gallon aquarium. in case of black tetra more fishes would make them more comfortable. the filtration system needs to be a high quality without creating much water turbulence as these fishes prefer slow water movement.
    • it would be appropriate to keep smaller size fish or larger size fish in the community tank along with black widow tetra as small fishes may become target of their fin nipping habits and stressed. these fishes are skilled jumpers it would therefore be necessary to secure the aquarium by covering it.
    • The good compatible tank mates are similar size tetras rainbow fish, larger rasboras, barbs and some dwarf cichlid, danios since they are hardy fish in a well maintained aquarium their health would not be of any issue.
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  • Calico Discus

    • Origin of Discus Relates to amazon river in South America. The tributaries of river amazon have different color water which are either clear white or black. and areas where these waters mix is the breeding ground of discus.
    • Level of fish keeping of discus is difficult as the fish is very sensitive to quality of water. this fish is not recommended for those who are beginners but with slight care and effort the presence of discus in your aquarium can be very satisfied. broadly the discus can be grouped under 4-5 categories namely green discus, blue discus, brown discus, red spotted discus and Tefe discus. discus fish has often been described as  “King of Aquarium Fishes”. this is because of staining color refined shape and majestic looks, Discus may appear in variety of color and spots and it is often difficult to have exact replica among the verities.
    • These are among-est the expensive tropical fishes. however keeping them can be a very rewarding experience.
    • Adult size of these fishes are normally about 5-7″. but they are capable of going up to 10″.
    • Their life span is around 10 years.
    • Discus are carnivorous and therefore they would enjoy live and frozen food.
    • Minimum of 25% of partial water change is required every week. and while cleaning your tank it is important that you don’t stress your fish as they are very prone to stress related diseases.
    • The minimum water tank required is 60 gallons. The temperature range should ideally be around 82 F and above.
    • These fishes would be compatible with dwarf Cichlids or long loaches. some species of tetra like Cardinal Tetra, Neon Tetra, Rummynose Tetra, Glowlight Tetra, Emperor Tetra, or Congo Tetra, It is advised not to keep angel fishes and cat fishes with discus.
    • The Product fish available is Calico Discus about 2″ in diameter is absolutely healthy
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  • Cardinal Tetra

    • They grow up to 2 inches and have a life span of 2-5 years depending upon care and maintenance. this fish is extremely good choice for any beginner hobbyist as it is very robyist and tolerant to wild variety of water condition, it’s a very hardy fish and on account of their exception active nature they are not appropriate choice and tank mates for passive and shy inhabitants as they are constantly on the move and can harass others in the tank which could cause problem in shy varieties of tank mates.
    • They are omnivorous and would eat anything that they are fed twice or thrice a day.
    • Partial water change  of 25-50% every week would be recommended if the tank is not densely stocked.
    • It would be appropriate to have school of 5 or more Cardinal Tetra in a minimum of 15 gallon aquarium. in case of Cardinal Tetra more fishes would make them more comfortable. the filtration system needs to be a high quality without creating much water turbulence as these fishes prefer slow water movement.
    • it would be appropriate to keep smaller size fish or larger size fish in the community tank along with Cardinal Tetra as small fishes may become target of their fin nipping habits and stressed. these fishes are skilled jumpers it would therefore be necessary to secure the aquarium by covering it.
    • The good compatible tank mates are similar size tetras rainbow fish, larger rasboras, barbs and some dwarf cichlid, danios since they are hardy fish in a well maintained aquarium their health would not be of any issue.
  • Celestial Goldfish

    • Celestial Goldfish is also called by other names Stargazer goldfish, Celestial goldfish, Deme-Ranchu. unlike the common goldfish and shubunkins. it is amongs the more rounded egg shaped gold fish. Celestial goldfishes occur in various colors like orange, black or calico. generally celestial goldfish and lionhead are very much similar for their form and size. they are hardy fish and can be maintained by beginners.
    • Celestial goldfish grow up to 5.0″ in length and with proper upkeep and well maintained. they have 10-15 years of life span.
    • Goldfish produces lot of waste and frequent water change is recommended.
    • Filtration system recommended by aquasovi is primarily biological filter system which would infuse lot of oxygen and expedite the braking down of harmful substances in the water. rapid fluctuation of water temperature can be fatal to gold fish. and it is recommended to keep  gold fish in 10 gallon tank.
    • The thumb rule of fish and gallon that is one inch in length of fish in one gallon water has to be strictly adhere in aquarium with gold fish.
    • It is advisable to have grable subtract to create a nature and beneficial environment for the pearlscale gold fish.
    • Celestial gold fish can do well in community aquarium as it enhance the aesthetic value of your tank but is also a good scavenger you need not add others scavenger or bottom feeder to your tank if you have gold fish. they go well with peaceful and non aggressive types. it is advisable not to keep pearl scale with comet gold, fish calico gold fish as these fishes are active and better swimmer. it is better kept with slow moving gold fish like telescope bubble eye and lion head.

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