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Aquarium Secrets Revealed
Discover the secrets of a tropical fish expert. You will learn how to set up an aquarium and how to successfully keep beautiful and healthy fish. Included in Aquarium Secrets Revealed! are these free... More > bonuses.
• Quick Set Up Reference
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A Crash Course In Caring for Oscar Fish
Astronotus ocellatus is a species of fish from the cichlid family known under a variety of common names, including oscar, tiger oscar, velvet cichlid, or marble cichlid. In South America, where the... More > species naturally resides, A. ocellatus specimens are often found for sale as a food fish in the local markets. The fish can also be found in other areas, including China, Australia, and the United States. It is considered a popular aquarium fish in the U.S.
The species was originally described by Louis Agassiz in 1831 as Lobotes ocellatus, as he mistakenly believed the species was marine; later work assigned the species to the genus Astronotus. The species also has a number of junior synonyms: Acara compressus, Acara hyposticta, Astronotus ocellatus zebra, and Astronotus orbiculatus.
This book covers several topics including:
- Oscar Fish Care
- Oscar Fish Behavior
- Oscar Fish Care Requirements
- Oscar Fish Breeding
- Oscar Fish Diseases
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How to Build a Wet Dy Filter
This wet dry filter I explain how to build in this example is sufficient for reef tanks under 100 gallons and cichlid tanks up to 125 gallons, although, depending on the size of your display tank ,... More > you can build a bigger one using the same concept. This wet dry filter is built using a 20 gallon long and a 10 gallon tank, It cost about $50.00 to build and other accessories you will need vary, ie. your tank may have pre drilled holes so you don't need an external overflow box, a water pump is needed and also varies to fit your size tank. I go into a little bit about water pumps and head loss in the ebook.< Less