Sunday, 11 January 2015

Aquarium Tips: Sepat hardy species, unique

FISH sepat (Gourami) is considered one of the rare species maintained by the aquarium owners. This is because many who described the species is difficult preserved. And there are also species of the opinion that there is no commercial value.

However, less aquarium owners also maintain that because this species is more difficult than uniqueness found in ditches or ponds that before this becomes the main habitats.

Please note there are four types of fish sepat - Honey Gourami (COLISA chuna), Dwarf Gourami (COLISA lalia), Pearl Gourami (Trichogaster leeri) and Blue Gourami (Trichogaster trichopterus).

Each species displays different physical properties and has attracted its own force because many owners have started to collect fish species is considered endangered.

Many may not know that this species is considered easy to maintain than other species. This is because they are considered hardy and need not care too neat and easy living.

Price less than RM5 and a variation of this Sepat has caused many aquarium shop owners began to sell because it has gained a place among aquarium owners.

Four types of fish has a habit sepat nutrition, reproduction, compatibility and aquarium lighting and preparation habits opinion matching and requires only minimal maintenance.

This species is fond of dry food, either in the form of thin sheets or details. It was deemed not too choose in the selection of food.

Sepat reproduce spawn. It is quite comfortable with a bright aquarium lighting without the sun.

This is not the type of fish predators. Hence, it is friendly with other fish. Landscape aquarium that is suitable to enter the water in dense vegetation.

Opinion habit is lobby-like hovering below the surface. However in terms of water, Honey Gourami is compatible with water pH6.8, plasticity H7 water, water temperature 28 degrees Celsius, grow up to 6 cm and 80-liter water reservoir. Dwarf Gourami (pH6, H7, 28 degrees Celsius, 6cm, 80 liters), Pearl Gourami (pH7, H8, 10cm, 26 degrees Celsius and 100 liters) and Blue Gourami (pH6.8, H6, 27 degrees Celsius, 15cm and 200 liters).


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