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  1. #1721
    tubarão-albafar, Hexanchus vitulus

    rare shark species.

    The shark-basking is one of the most mysterious creatures in the oceans. Rarely, they have an extra pair of gill opening and have long been divided into two species: the shark-cow (Hexanchus griseus), which can live up to 2,400 meters deep (the dark zone of (Hexanchus nakamurai), which inhabits the 700 m depth - shallower, but still difficult to reach for researchers. And now biologists have discovered that there are a new kind of bluffing. At first, they thought it was another great fox-eye. But the fox lives in the Indian Ocean. And the population in question was discovered in the Atlantic. The team then resorted to genetics to make the strip stubborn. They analyzed pairs of mitochondrial genes to confirm that the new population of the Atlantic is different enough from that of the Indian Ocean to be considered a new species. And here it is. It's Hexanchus vitulus. Welcome to the wonderful world of biological cataloging, vitulus!
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  2. #1722
    Pelican Knifefish

    While the Amazon is not the deepest river in the world, it does have regions that exceed 300 feet in depth. Not surprisingly, there is a community of deep water fish living in the Amazon that are as strange in appearance as the deep water marine fishes. Orthosternarchus tamandua is a knifefish that inhabits deeper waters of the Amazon.
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    Tometes camunani

    Also noteworthy is the vegetarian piranha (Tomatoes camunani), which feeds on algae.
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  3. #1723
    Parrot fish, Amphilophus Citrinellus X Paraneetroplus Synspilus

    Parrotfish is a large fish, reaching approximately 25 centimeters as an adult, and can live up to 10 years or more. However they are not easy to keep fish in aquarium, like most cichlids, they are also aggressive and territorial fish, always preferring to be alone, but when the aquarist already has a greater experience, as well as the size of his aquarium, this fish can be introduced in the presence of other fish.

    Source: They are fish that were bred in captivity from the cross between two species.
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    Fish Oscar Bronze

    The bronze Oscar has the face, the upper part of the body and the tail is very black, the anal fin is also black, and the center of the body is a very strong bronze yellow resembling gold, when adult easily reaches 25 cm.
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    Otopharynx lithobates

    Habitat: África ( Lago Malawi )
    Max Size: 15cm
    Feeding: Flakes, Sticks, Spirulina, Mosquito larvae, Artemids
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  4. #1724
    Red Alligator Gar, Atractosteus spatula

    are ray-finned euryhaline fish related to bowfin in the infraclass Holostei (ho'-las-te-i). The fossil record traces their existence to the Early Cretaceous over a hundred million years ago. They are the largest species in the gar family, and among the largest freshwater fishes in North America. Gars are often referred to as "primitive fishes", or "living fossils" because they have retained some morphological characteristics of their earliest ancestors, such as a spiral valve intestine which is also common to the digestive system of sharks, and the ability to breathe both air and water. Their common name was derived from their resemblance to the American alligator, particularly their broad snout and long sharp teeth. Anecdotal evidence in several scientific reports suggest that an alligator gar can grow up to 10 ft (3.0 m) in length and weigh as much as 300 lb (140 kg); however in 2011 the largest alligator gar ever caught and officially recorded was 8 ft 5 1⁄4 in (2.572 m) long, weighed 327 lb (148 kg), and was 47 in (120 cm) around the girth.
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    Rare Golden Gar

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    Flatwhiskered Catfish

    Origin: From S. America including the Rio Orosa in Peru
    Size: 100-120 cm, Freshwater.
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  5. #1725
    Albino Ompok Catfish

    Distribution:Indian subcontinent and Myanmar.
    Feeding: The natural diet of this catfish includes vegetable matter, fish, crustaceans and molluscs. In captivity these catfish readily accept catfish pellets, prawns and frozen foods.
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    Endlicheri Polypterus

    Freshwater eels is a broadly defined category consisting of members of the order Anguilliformes as as well as the spiny eels and other eel like fish such as polypterus. Some of these species are brackish and some are fully freshwater. As always, do your homework before taking in any new pet and be sure you can meet the requirements of these amazing fish.
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    Albino Dinosaur Senegalus Polypterus

    Freshwater eels is a broadly defined category consisting of members of the order Anguilliformes as as well as the spiny eels and other eel like fish such as polypterus. Some of these species are brackish and some are fully freshwater. As always, do your homework before taking in any new pet and be sure you can meet the requirements of these amazing fish.
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    Longfin Leopard Danio

    Danio refers to members of the genera danio and devario. These fish are typically surface feeders and are excellent choices for a schooling fish. There are over 20 species of danio and the species Danio rerio was used to create the famous glofish that are genetically modified with flourescent proteins to give them vivd bright colors that make for an amazing display. Larger danio species also make excellent dithers.
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  6. #1726
    Assorted Ogon Koi 5-6

    Aquarium scavengers are the working fish of the aquarium. Most fish are there simply because of their interesting personalities or colouration. They are very rarely "useful" in the aquarium environment. However, there is one set of fish that is usually selected for their ability to clean a certain part of the tank. There are three basic types that work hard in your aquarium, these are the fish that use the wastes in the aquarium as their main food source. algae eaters ,Loaches and Catfish
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    Assorted Koi 5-6 inch

    Aquarium scavengers are the working fish of the aquarium. Most fish are there simply because of their interesting personalities or colouration. They are very rarely "useful" in the aquarium environment. However, there is one set of fish that is usually selected for their ability to clean a certain part of the tank. There are three basic types that work hard in your aquarium, these are the fish that use the wastes in the aquarium as their main food source. algae eaters ,Loaches and Catfish.
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    Black African Knife

    Most of the fish in this category belong to the Gymnotiformes family of fish. These are the long slender blade shaped fish. Knifefish can range from the shy community friendly ghost knife to the jumbo predatory clown knife and a wide variety in between. These fish generally have specialized dietary requirements, so be sure to do your homework before adding a knifefish to your tank.
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    Synodontis nigrita Gold

    Synodontis is a freshwater catfish that is most commonly found throughout Africa, occurring mostly in Central and West Africa. Synodontis is the most widely distributed mochokidae genus, occurring throughout most of the freshwaters of sub-Saharan Africa and the Nile River system They can live in freshwaters which can be creeks, ponds, streams, lakes, and rivers. Their distribution is similar to that of cichlid fishes, however, unlike cichlids the majority of their diversity occurs in rivers not lakes.
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    Granulated catfish

    This category is for catfish that don't fit into the cory or synodontis grouping and are often rare or hard to find species
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  7. #1727
    Yellow Margin Trigger

    Yellow Margin Trigger SMALL Pseudobalistes.
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    Golden Heart Trigger Africa

    Trigger fish sold on this site are generally 1 inches to 6 inches in length. All of these small fish are sold as unsexed juveniles.
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    West African Angel
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    Scopas Tang

    The Scopas Tang, also known as the Brown Scopas Tang is yellow, dorsally, and brown, ventrally. These colors gradually get darker from front to back. The body is covered with fine, intricate, light blue markings. The tail is a solid brown color. Juveniles are a little more attractive, with larger dorsal and anal fins and a slightly purplish body color.
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  8. #1728
    Black Ribbon Eel

    EELS (ANGUILLIFORMES) are an order of fish which consists of four suborders, 20 families, 111 genera and approximately 800 species. Most eels are predators. Most eels live in the shallow waters of the ocean and burrow into sand, mud, or amongst rocks. A majority of eel species are nocturnal, and thus are rarely seen. Sometimes they are seen living together in holes, or "eel pits". Some species of eels also live in deeper water on the continental shelves and over the slopes deep as 4,000 m (13,000 ft). Only members of the Anguilla family regularly inhabit fresh water, but they too return to the sea to breed.
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    Gold Stripe Maroon Clownfish

    CLOWNFISH ARE FOUND IN TROPICAL MARINE WATERS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. THEY ARE HOME LOVING CREATURES AND LIVE AMONGST THE TENTACLES OF SEA ANEMONES IN THE SHALLOW WATERS OF CORAL REEFS. THEY ARE THE ONLY FISH THAT APPEAR TO BE IMMUNE TO THE STINGS OF THE ANEMONE.

    Their skin is covered in a coating of slime or mucus – similar to that found on the anemone itself – which tricks the anemone into thinking the fish is just another part of itself! The relationship that Clownfish enjoy with their home anemone is symbiotic, which means it benefits them both. The clown fish seeks shelter within the anemone whilst keeping the anemone in good health by feeding off parasites and removing any dead tentacles.
    Clownfish are very territorial and live in groups that protect their own anemone from the unwanted attentions of other Clownfish.
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    Ghost Ribbon Eel
    Most eels live in the shallow waters of the ocean and burrow into sand, mud, or amongst rocks. A majority of eel species are nocturnal, and thus are rarely seen. Sometimes they are seen living together in holes, or "eel pits". Some species of eels also live in deeper water on the continental shelves and over the slopes deep as 4,000 m (13,000 ft). Only members of the Anguilla family regularly inhabit fresh water, but they too return to the sea to breed.
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    Black Frogfish

    Anglers and frogfish are certainly amongst the most curious saltwater fish a hobbyist can keep.
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    Two Stripe Damsel

    Stegastes partitus damselfish, also called demoiselle, any of about 250 species of small, primarily tropical marine fishes of the family Pomacentridae (order Perciformes) found in the Atlantic and Indo-Pacific oceans. Damselfishes are deep-bodied and usually have forked tails. They resemble the related cichlids and, like them, have a single nostril on each side of the head and have interrupted lateral lines. Damselfishes have two anal spines. Many species are brilliantly coloured, often in shades of red, orange, yellow, or blue; most do not exceed a length of about 6 inches. Damselfishes are lively and quick, and are usually strongly territorial and aggressive. Some feed mainly on plant matter or small animals suspended in the water; others are omnivorous. Most damselfishes live along reefs, but certain species, the anemone fishes, are noted for living among the stinging tentacles of sea anemones.
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    BLACK EDGE MORAY EEL

    Most eels live in the shallow waters of the ocean and burrow into sand, mud, or amongst rocks. A majority of eel species are nocturnal, and thus are rarely seen. Sometimes they are seen living together in holes, or "eel pits". Some species of eels also live in deeper water on the continental shelves and over the slopes deep as 4,000 m (13,000 ft). Only members of the Anguilla family regularly inhabit fresh water, but they too return to the sea to breed.
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  9. #1729
    GAR large

    Sizes Chart
    As a general rule sizes are defined as small, regular,medium and large sizes and will vary according to species. Wild caught livestock (plecos and oddballs in particular) size will sometimes vary do to season
    Small 1.5-2 inches Regular 2-3 inches Medium 3-4 inches Large 4-6 inches.
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    Buxar Badis

    Size: Expected to reach 60 mm (2.3 inch) in males, 50 mm (1.9 inch) in females.
    Water: Tap water will be fine as long as the pH isn't too high (7-8 will do) and that goes for the dGH as well. No experiments have been conducted yet regarding the temperature though 21-24 degrees Celsius re appreciated. Advised is not to set it beyond 25 degrees Celsius. Weekly water changes of ca 10-30 liters are very important to their wellbeing.
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    Bumphead Garra
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    Elephant Nose Knife

    The Elephantnose Knifefish (Sternarchorhynchus oxyrhynchus) is one of 32 known species of knife fishes in the Sternarchorhynchus genus that is found in the slow moving tropical South American rivers, streams, and tributaries of Venezuela, the Guaianes, and the Amazon River, in Brazil.

    Elephantnose Knifefish have have poor vision and are a relatively peaceful, largely nocturnal species that inhabit the dark muddy riverbeds and heavily vegetated areas where they feed on worms, small crustaceans, and other foods found along the bottom as they root around the substrate.
    Diet: Carnivore
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    Ropefish

    Oddball fish can be fresh or brackish water species that are unique or specialized and do not fit in typical fish categories. Some of the fish include the pacu, datnoid, gobies killies and paradise fish. Some of these fish have specialized feeding requirements and other husbandry needs and need an aquarium with special considerations such as size. Pacu are vegetarians which get quite large, so a very large aquarium is required for example while other fish may have very tiny or narrow mouths and may require special food. Some prosper only on live food. You can check the description tab below for more information or "google" this species for research before purchasing.
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    Silver Blueberry Arowana

    Oddball fish can be fresh or brackish water species that are unique or specialized and do not fit in typical fish categories. Some of the fish include the pacu, datnoid, gobies killies and paradise fish. Some of these fish have specialized feeding requirements and other husbandry needs and need an aquarium with special considerations such as size. Pacu are vegetarians which get quite large, so a very large aquarium is required for example while other fish may have very tiny or narrow mouths and may require special food. Some prosper only on live food. You can check the description tab below for more information or "google" this species for research before purchasing.
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  10. #1730
    Hi
    i found a fish and idk if it's a new fish in fishao or not but i just wanted to share
    this the pic........

    check this website for more info.......
    http://www.wheninmanila.com/watch-a-...t-of-batangas/

 

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