Category: fish

YouTube update on the big tank. Looks quite go…

YouTube update on the big tank. Looks quite good now!

Back from this summers trip to Thailand. Bro…

Back from this summers trip to Thailand. Brought back a bunch of Danios and Rasboras, as well as a huge chunk of  some kind of plant that grows in large volumes in the side of the streams in Phuket. First I thought it was common waterweed, but Googeling it I found out there are a number of similar spices. It added a nice greenery to the tank, so I hope it can get by with the amount of light I provide. The fish handled the trip, as well as the adaptation to it’s new habitat very well.  

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These fancy guppies were spooky but fabulous 👻

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Come along as I tour the only fish farm in Flo…

Come along as I tour the only fish farm in Florida that sells directly to the public. Imperial Tropicals has great fish and they’re great people. Big thanks to Mike Drawdy for taking the time to show me around. Check out their selection here:

https://imperialtropicals.com

And their YouTube channel here:
https://www.youtube.com/c/ImperialTropicals

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Have you picked up your copy of Aquarium Hobbyist Magazine at your local LFS or other retailer yet? It contains my article on keeping your aquarium cool during the hot summer months! ☀

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My tour of Georgia Aquarium, the largest pub…

My tour of Georgia Aquarium, the largest public aquarium in the United States and one of the largest in the world, featuring more than 10 million total gallons of water and 6 million gallons in a single tank.

It’s been a while, so I just wanted to d…

It’s been a while, so I just wanted to do a quick update on the Umbee. Lots of other things coming throughout the summer! Stay tuned!

fourteen–steps: diseased-bodies: Pseudomugil…

fourteen–steps:

diseased-bodies:

Pseudomugil furcatus

Psssst these are pseudomugil gertrudae, not furcatus :3

Anybody got the basics of this fish’s behavior and care requirements?

Aquariadise article: Treating fin rot

Many aquarists encounter it at some point: fin rot. An annoying fish disease, but luckily definitely not the worst thing that can happen to your fish. In most cases, it should clear right up if you take the right measures!

Find out how to treat (and prevent) fin rot on Aquariadise here.

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PS.The photo was provided by the fish blogger who went by theblondeaquarist – anyone know if they left entirely or just changed their URL? I would like to credit properly.

fourteen–steps: diseased-bodies: Pseud…

fourteen–steps:

diseased-bodies:

Pseudomugil furcatus

Psssst these are pseudomugil gertrudae, not furcatus :3