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4 Best Tropical Fish

4 Best Tropical Fish

While this rundown is only a small case of fish species that can keep at home in the amateur aquarium, we are confident that these 13 are ideal for those who have little experience, each sign on all the containers we said earlier, when searching for a tropical angle Fresh water.

1. Kohlie Loch

Out of the tropical region of Southeast Asia, Lush Kohli is an eel like a fish that, due to its size, ability to adapt to water changes, and the fact that it is peaceful, has made the way to our list of the best freshwater fish.

Being a coffee loach will feed just about any vacuum food that has fallen down the tank, including live foods such as worms and shrimp. The bulk of their diets must be general pellets.

They are peaceful fish who will happily live with most other non-aggressive fish, but make sure you do not house them with anything too large and that you have been mistaken for food. To maintain their happiness, you must keep at least 3 at a time.

2. Cherry Barb

Although it may take some time to settle in a new tank, Cherry Barps are the perfect freshwater fish for the home aquarium for all the above reasons. They can tolerate large changes in water parameters, they are friendly (unlike their long-lost Panther tiger cousins), they only grow to about 2 inches long and in general, they are easy to take care of.

As one of the most endangered species of fish in the wild, Chery Barb is still a favorite in the fishing community, thanks to it’s bright, eye-catching colors, and it’s entertainment value. They are very active fish, once they get used to their new surroundings, they will be very active and fun to watch.

In order to make the Barb cherries feel as settled and safe as possible, we advise you to keep some plants alive and allow them to hide whenever they feel the need. A few can take some time out of their shells. They are best kept in school, so anything above 6 is preferred.

In terms of dietary requirements, they will only eat about any type of fish food, although they may not take it at first, if the tank is new. Give them a few weeks and they will eat comfortably.

3. Fire the mouth Seychelles

Because they name because of the red color of it’s scales during breeding, the fire mouth of the Seychelles is the perfect fish for new fish owners. Although they can become pretty regional during the breeding season, they are relatively friendly. To be on the safe side, we recommend keeping it on its own, but if you want to mix it with other species, then make sure to provide rocks, or an inverted plant bowl where it can be safely hidden, to lay eggs.

Adult sickles can grow to be about 6 inches long and can consist of their normal flake food food. Thanks to its popularity, you can find it at most pet stores, and it is generally very cheap, another feature when looking to fill your aquarium.

4. Pearl Gurami

Also known as gorami lace, this cool tropical freshwater fish is one of the most popular gorami fish for aquarium lovers, thanks to it’s beautiful appearance and its hardy construction. They are easy to care and can be kept in tanks with at least 30 gallons of water, but like many other types of goramy, they require space at the top of the tank so they can breathe air.

When it comes to feeding time, a gorami pearl can eat a wide variety of different foods, both plant-based and meat-based. For the best overall nutrition, we recommend feeding algae based on peeling food, as well as live food such as brine shrimp, bloodworm and topeps.

Pearl goramis do not like to live with aggressive fish, so keep that in mind when filling your aquarium. They also love a place to hide, so a small blanket of floating ferns can give them a good place to hide and feel comfortable. We have many articles about creating a new tank with plants, here.