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  • African Butterfly Peacock

    • African Butterfly Peacock is also called by its other names like Malawi Butterfly Cichlid, Eureka Cichlid, Freiberg's Peacock, Jake Cichlid, Mamalela Peacock. The African Butterfly Peacock cichlids are quite variable in size depending on the location they originate from. They include some of the largest Peacocks. They can grow from lengths of 4 – 6 inches (10 – 15 cm) up to about 8 – 9 inches (20 – 23 cm). With proper care this fish may live up to may live 8 to 10 years. These are the most variable and colorful of all the Peacock cichlids. Natural strains can be very different between their own populations as well. Drastic color differences between males of this species have often led to their mistakenly being thought of as new species. All females however, are quite drab. The females have a white to grayish-brown body coloring topoped with vertical bands of gray/brown to beige. They have a rounded anal and dorsal fin which can be faintly colored. This species also has a distinct feature that separates them from other butterfly peacocks. This is a deeply forked tail fin, inspiring the name “Swallow Tail” peacocks. Some of the varieties are referred to by individual names as well, often relating to the local where a population originated. Then there are man made variations as well. These are selectively line bred fro a  particular color, such as the “Eureka Red”, which was developed for a more intense red coloration.
    • A few of the variations of African Butterfly Peacock are described below. These are all males that were wild caught in Lake Malawi and categorized by location. Some have female descriptions as well.
    • Aulonocara jacobfreibergi “Eureka”:
      The Eureka Cichlid is a naturally occurring strain and grow to 6″ (15 cm). The Eureka Red Peacock is a captive bred color form. Its natural color is a combination of orangish yellow and metallic blue. Most of the body is blue with a “dusting” of orange at the top of the head, behind the head, and along the back. The top fin and caudal fins are light blue. The anal and pelvic fins are orangish yellow with ice blue trimming on the front edge. The anal fin on this one has few in any egg spots.
      The female is very drab in white with dull gray/brown vertical bands and clear fins. The anal fin is rounded with a light gold coloring in the front two thirds and white/clear near the back, closest to the tail fin. The pelvic fins are also light gold with the tips being white/clear as well.
    • Aulonocara jacobfreibergi “Eureka albino” :
      The Aulonocara jacobfreibergi Eureka Albino, also known as the Albino Eureka Peacock, is one of the smaller strains, only growing to between 4 – 6 inches (10 – 15 cm) in length. It has a tangerine colored back, anal fin and pectoral fin. The forehead and face as well as the bottom part of this fish is white. The pectoral fin also has white trim on the front ray and there are no egg spots on the anal fin. The dorsal fin has a little tangerine in the bottom part close to the body, but the rest is a very light blue ice color. The tips of the tail fin have this blue ice color too. Females are basically white and both sexes have yellow eyes with tangerine pupils.
    • Aulonocara jacobfreibergi “Undu Reef” :
      The Aulonocara Jacobfreibergi Undu Reef is is a naturally occurring strain found at the Undu Reef of Tanzania. It is also known as the Mamalela Peacock, Lemon Jake, and Lemon Jacobfreibergi. The males reach up to about 7″ (18 cm) in length with the females reaching about 5″ (13 cm).It has a base color of bluish lavender on the body with a vertical band of yellow, mixed with the base color, just behind the gill area. The dorsal, anal and pelvic fins are all yellow with the anal fin not having egg spots. The tail fin is a mix of the base color and yellow.
    • Aulonocara jacobfreibergi “Otter Point” :
      The Aulonocara Jacobfreibergi Otter Point is a naturally occurring strain that grows to 6″ (15 cm). However there are hybrids and/or captive bred color forms that are also sold under the same name. This fish is a combination of electric blue and orangish red. and gets up to 6″. The body is electric blue with faint dark blue vertical bands. The top of the head and part way at the top back of the body is orangish red. The chin (below the eye) is the only area that has an almost blue-turquoise color. The tail fin has a mix of the two primary colors near the body with the second half being blue. The dorsal fin is blue with the very bottom near the back having a smidgen of gold along the fin. The anal fin is more of an orange with ice blue trimming. The pelvic fins are burnt red/brown with the front edges trimmed in orange/red. There are no egg spots on this male. The female has alternating vertical bars of a beige coloring that is a little thicker and white. The eye is yellow and the fins are clear except the pelvic and anal fins. The anal fin is orange/yellow and rounded and the pelvic fin is also orangish yellow with a little trim in blue at the tip.
    • Aulonocara jacobfreibergi “Hongi Island” :
      The Aulonocara Jacobfreibergi Hongi Island is a naturally occurring strain found near Hongi Island. It grows to 6″ (15 cm) in length. This Peacock has orange fins, except for the pectoral fin, and a metallic blue face. The body has several vertical bands that alternate between light blue and dark bluish black. The tail fin, near the body has a little of this darker color. This fish is found near Hongi Island.
    • Aulonocara jacobfreibergi “Cape Kaiser” :
      The Aulonocara jacobfreibergi Cape Kaiser, also known as the Cape Kaiser Peacock, is a naturally occurring color strain that gets to about 7″ (18 cm) in length. This fish has longer fins and all are yellow with ice blue at the tips or edges. The forehead is dusted in yellow as well. This fish also has an electric blue chin and the rest of the body alternates from ice blue to dark blue/black vertical bans.
    • Aulonocara jacobfreibergi “Tsano rock” :
      The Aulonocara Jacobfreibergi Tsano Rock is a naturally occurring color form. It is also known as Aulonocara jacobfreibergi Tsano Rock “Swallow Tail”. The body of this Peacock has alternating colors of light blue and black, but they are faded in areas under the gold coloring that runs along the top two thirds of the body. The dorsal fin has blue ice edging on the very top and yellow the rest of the way down to the back. The tail fin blue with some yellow. The area under the eye and the chin are electric blue. The pelvic and anal fins are lighter blue with yellow egg spots on the anal fin. Females are light with brown/gray vertical bars and fins are light blue with the anal fin having egg spots.
    • Aulonocara jacobfreibergi “Cape Maclear” :
      The Aulonocara jacobfreibergi Cape Maclear has almost identical coloring as the Tsano rock, except there is a little orange where the back and dorsal meet, as well as the anal fin's egg spots being orange.
    • Aulonocara jacobfreibergi “Nkudzi” :
      The Aulonocara jacobfreibergi Nkudzi is a naturally occurring strain. The body behind the head has light blue and dark blue/black alternating vertical bands. The head has an electric blue and is a yellowish gold on the forehead, below and above the eye, and extending along the back to the first third of the dorsal fin. The dorsal fin is ice blue on the top part and yellowish gold as it gets closer to the body. It is also yellowish gold in the pelvic and anal fins with both having a trimming of light blue on the edges. The tail fin is a mix but the tips are ice blue with the rest being mottled with yellow/gold and dark blue/black.
    • These cichlids make a great choice for the beginning cichlid keeper, and are appealing to the advanced aquarist as well. They are easy to care for, easy to feed, and relatively undemanding aquarium residents. They are also fairly peaceful, making good inhabitants for the community tank, and will readily breed. The aquarium does need regular water changes. They are susceptible to Malawi bloat as well as the typical diseases that effect all freshwater fish if the tank is not maintained.
    • The African Butterfly Peacock is primarily a carnivorouscichlid. In the wild they feed on zooplankton, specifically larvae and will also eat crustaceans. In the aquarium provide them with a quality cichlid flake or pellet food as their main staple, and provide meaty supplements.Pelleted, frozen, live, and/or freeze-dried meaty foods such as daphnia, bloodworms and brine shrimp are excellent choices. Avoid tubifex worms as they contribute to a disease called “Malawi bloat.” You can also use shrimp mixes like the European Shrimp Mix, which costs less than other prepared foods and is just as nutritious. Feed once a day when young and 5 to 6 times a week when adults unless they are breeding. Avoid the desire to feed this fish more often than it needs, as this will keep the water quality higher over a longer time.
    • Peacocks are hardy fish, but like all Malawi Cichlids, they will deteriorate under poor water conditions. The Malawi fish are usually kept at a higher pH, which means that ammonia is more lethal, so regular water changes are a must. They are also a messy fish because they eat mostly protein foods, which puts an additional biological load on the filtration system. The tank will need water changes of between 20 – 50% a week, depending on the bio load.
    • The streams that flow into Lake Malawi have a high mineral content. This along with evaporation has resulted in alkaline water that is highly mineralized. Lake Malawi is known for its clarity and stability as far as pH and other water chemistries. It is easy to see why it is important to watch tank parameters with all Lake Malawi fish.Rift lake cichlids need hard alkaline water but are not found in brackish waters. Still salt is sometimes used as a buffering agent to increase the water's carbonate hardness. Ffortunately this cichlid has some salt tolerance. It can be kept in slightly brackish water conditions, however it not suited to a full brackish water tank. It can tolerate a low salinity that is about 10% of a normal saltwater tank, which means a specific gravity of less than 1.0002. 55 gallon aquarium is okay for a single fish, but 75 gallons or more is suggested for a group. They do fine in either freshwater or slightly brackish freshwater but need good water movement along with very strong and efficient filtration. Gravel makes a good substate and the addition of crushed coral can help keep the pH up. Crushed coral or aragonite sands do tend to dissolves easier than salts. Keeping a higher pH however, means that ammonia is more lethal, so regular water changes are a must for these fish. Some rock decor is good to create hiding places and areas of retreat, just be sure to leave open spaces along the bottom of the tank as well. These fish need plenty of swimming room on the bottom and in the mid portions of the tank.  They prefer subdued lighting. Yet a nice thing about these guys is they do not damage plants as much as other cichlids, so you can add some to your decor if desired.
    • The African Butterfly Peacock is best kept singly in a smaller 55 gallon tank, or as a group of one male with 4 – 6 females in a larger tank of 75 gallons or more. They are peaceful toward those of the same species as long as there are not 2 males. The exception to keeping more than one male is only if the tank is very large and can support different territories for each harem. The African Butterfly Peacock is best kept with other medium sized Malawi cichlids that are not overly aggressive. It will get along with all other Peacock Cichlids of the same genus. They will also tolerate those cichlids of a different genus as long as they are peaceful and of similarly sized, though they must be different in shape. However aggressive cichlids and the Mbunas are not good tank mates for this species.
  • Air Dispenser (Height-4.5″ Length-3.5″) (Weight-88 gms)

    • This Air dispenser is used to supplement air flow into the aquarium, assisting in oxygenation of the aquarium water.  They can be used with the air pump, External / Internal, and with Air Stopper / Controller to ensure adequate flow of air to the destined area in the aquarium. This aquatic toy will improve the aesthetic value of your aquarium while supplementing the oxygen level of the water.  The colour and its combination of the display product may vary depending upon the stock available.
    • The product in display is an Air Dispenser.
    • Height and Length of Air Dispenser is 4.5″ x  3.5″ and Weight is 88 gms.
    75.00
  • Air Dispenser (Height-4.5″ Length-4″) (Weight-19 gms)

    • This Air dispenser is used to supplement air flow into the aquarium, assisting in oxygenation of the aquarium water.  They can be used with the air pump, External / Internal, and with Air Stopper / Controller to ensure adequate flow of air to the destined area in the aquarium.  This aquatic toy will improve the aesthetic value of your aquarium while supplementing the oxygen level of the water.  The colour and its combination of the display product may vary depending upon the stock available.
    • The product in display is Air Dispenser.
    • Height and Length of Air Dispenser is 4.5″ x 4″ and Weight is 19 gms.
    35.00
  • Albino Angel

    • 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 Albino Angel about 2″ in diameter is absolutely healthy.
  • Albino Tiger Barb

    • They are also called as gold tiger barb, red tiger barb, golden platinum tiger barb. the only difference between these and tiger barb is that albino do not have always gill covers for this reason they may not be choice of many aquariest. they are well suited for hobbyiest of all experience levels. they are fin nipping breeds and therefore this treat of Albino tiger barb have to be kept in mind before introducing them in tank of long finned or extended fin variety.
    • they can grow up to 3″ in size and live up to 7 years with the proper and adequately maintained aquarium. they are decently immune to water changes and parameters and a hardy fishes. they are omnivorous and would generally accept all kind of food it would be appropriate to feed them twice or thrice day. keeping in mind that the food is consumed with in three to five minutes and any extra food is removed. this rule of removing the extra food is applicable in most variety of aquarium fishes but in case of albino tiger barb over feeding could adversely affect their health.
    • 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 Albino Tiger Barb in a minimum of 15 gallon aquarium. in case of Albino Tiger Barb 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 Albino Tiger Barb 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.
  • Alenquer 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″. and 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 Alenquer Discus about 2″ in diameter is absolutely healthy
  • Aquarium Fish Bowl (Size-10inch)

    Not interested in maintaining large / big sized aquarium but still desire to pursue your hobby of fish keeping. Aquasovi recommends Fish Bowls.  Chose your fish bowls as per the requirement of choice of your fish (size will be of paramount consideration while choosing  a fish for Fish Bowl).  Regular water change and constant upkeep is recommended while maintaining a fish bowl.

    160.00
  • Aquarium Fish Bowl (Size-12inch)

    Not interested in maintaining large / big sized aquarium but still desire to pursue your hobby of fish keeping. Aquasovi recommends Fish Bowls.  Chose your fish bowls as per the requirement of choice of your fish (size will be of paramount consideration while choosing  a fish for Fish Bowl).  Regular water change and constant upkeep is recommended while maintaining a fish bowl.

    180.00
  • Aquarium Fish Net (Height-11.5″ and Length-3.8″ & Diagonal-5.8″)

    • Description : Fish net is generally used to pick and remove, dead / live fishes, from or into the aquarium.   These could also to used to removed visible debris or other organic / inorganic matters from the aquarium.   Chose the fish net depending upon the type of fish and size of your aquarium.
    • Height and Length of Aquarium Fish Net is 11.5″ x  3.8″ and  Diagonal Measurement is 5.8″.
    20.00
  • Aquarium Fish Net (Height-12.5″ and Length-5.5″ & Diagonal-8″)

    • Description : Fish net is generally used to pick and remove, dead / live fishes, from or into the aquarium.   These could also to used to removed visible debris or other organic / inorganic matters from the aquarium.   Chose the fish net depending upon the type of fish and size of your aquarium.  The colour and its combination of the display product may vary depending upon the stock available.
    • Height and Length of Aquarium Fish Net is 12.5″ x  5.5″ and  Diagonal Measurement is 8″.
    30.00
  • Auratus Cichlid

    • Auratus Cichlid is also known by its other names like Golden Mbuna, Golden Cichlid, Malawi Golden Cichlid.
    • They can grow up to about 4 inches in length, but can at times get even bigger in the aquarium.  Males are comparatively larger than females.
    • They can live up to about 5 years.
    • Males and females of this Cichlids differ a lot. The males have their back in a golden yellow to a faded yellow coloration on them and the rest of the body is black. They have a transparent yellow dorsal fin with black bands that form a horizontal “line” through the top. The tail fin is black with yellow at the outer most edge. The anal and pelvic fins are black with neon blue trimming. The females are golden in color with a black dorsal fin edged in gold. The back is black and the balance of the body is golden. A white/ blue trimmed black line run horizontally through the middle of the body from behind the eye to the caudal fin. The tail fin is white with black spots on the upper part, and the bottom is golden. The rest of the fins are golden as well.
    • This cichlid has some salt tolerance, therefore can be kept in slightly brackish water conditions but not suited to a full brackish water tank.
    • Auratus Cichlid are demanding and therefore not recommended for beginners.  These fishes can be good choices for more experienced Cichlids keepers.
    • It is an aggressive cichlid, especially the males.  It is not a meant for community tank. It cannot kept with fish other than cichlids,
    • The Auratus Cichlid are omnivore but their diet should have harbivorous contents too. You could feed them small meals of dry, fresh and frozen foods that are rich in vegetable matter several times a day. Spirulina is highly recommended as a staple food. Popular dietary stuff like beef heart have to be avoided as they can cause digestive issues. It is advisable to feed them small quantities 4-5 times a day instead of one large feeding. This will also keep the water quality and parameters better for days.
    • The Choice of tank mates is a difficult task for this Cichlid keeper.
    • They may not survive under poor water conditions. If the dietary contents is not well balanced with herbivorous share, they may develop Malawi Bloat. These are messy fish, and you will be required to carry our partial water changes upto 50% a week depending on bio load. If overstocking is used as a tool to control / dilute aggression then adequate care should be taken to do several partial water changes a week.
    • It is recommended to have minimum tank size is 50 gallons to house these Cichlids.  Aquarium tank of 120 gallons will be required if you house it with other tank mates.
    • The filtration system has to be very efficient with strong water movement.
    • On account of their aggressive behavior, this fish is not recommended for a community fish tank. They are better kept with similar species. They will attack and kill peaceful cichlids, therefore do not mix peaceful Cichlids with Aurutus. You could consider keeping these Cichlids with some other aggressive Mbunas, taking care to ensure that they tank mates are not similar in shape or color else they will be attacked.
    • Please visit again to check for the available stock and for size of the fish. Presently this fish is Out Of Stock.
  • Balloon Molly

    • Molly fishes are one of the most desired fishes by hobbyist who have small or medium size tank there are verities available and they are live bearers and they give birth live fries unlike other fishes who lay eggs molly are easily bred and at times can pose difficult situations on account of large number of fries based on their fins and coloration they are broadly divided in four categories 1. Poecilia which means (many colored), 2. Sphenops means (wedge appearance ) 3. Latipinna which means broad fins and finally velifera which means sail bearing. the most common is the short-finned molly, these can grow up to 3″ or longer depending upon care and upkeep. Mollies have been inter bread to create large varieties.
    • Average life span of molly is about 3 years and if adequate care is taken they can live longer. Mollies requires clean water and prone to ich, fungle and other diseases males are relentless in their pursuit of a mate so it is advisable to keep three female to every male. mollies are brackish water fish and it is advisable and to keep them in brackish environment. though the molly can survive in fresh water condition but there are chances of high mortality rate if brackish condition are not mate. balloon mollies have compatibility short a life span on account of their body shape. while keeping balloon molly it is advisable to keep constant care and conditioning as they are not immune to fluctuation of water parameters, mollies are generally omnivorous but their diet should consist of high herbivorous content.
    • Mollies are not suited for over stocked tanks and the aquatic condition have to be maintained to avoid any fluctuation which may advisorly affect the health of mollies it is recommended that weekly water change to the extent of 25% is done. and in case a larger aquarium the partial water change can be affected every 2-4 weeks. good filtration is also essential in maintaining the water parameters. however strong filter is not recommended as they may increase the water movement. it is recommended that one teaspoon per gallon of salt is added to maintain salinity which would improve the overall disease tolerance capability of mollies.
    • They are active swimmer it would be appropriate to have mollies or other members of the life bearer family. another important aspect to kept in mind is while selecting or choosing tank-mates for mollies is their capability to adjust to brackish condition. mollies are fin nipper but they themselves have extensive fins therefore it is advisable not to keep fin nipper like tiger bard as tank mates.

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