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ORA Farms Introduces Jaguar Goby – Gobiopsis Quinquecincta

Welcome the first newly bred fish in ORA farms, Gobiopsis quinquecincta or Jaguar Goby as they haved named it. It is an outstandingly beautiful fish with features and looks never seen before. Goby enthusiasts are going to love this breed for their inherent easiness in marinating and the particularly distinguishing patterns of it. People at ORA farms encountered this fish… [Read More]

Another Light Emitting Fishy Fish

We recently learnt from a new discovery that fishes too emit neon lights in dark and we talked about it in one of our previous articles. Here is something ghostly discovered. Though this video has been captured before this discovery was officially announced, there is a lot in it that proves that perhaps some people ignorantly knew this from before…. [Read More]

Gobies For Your Aquarium

The gobies form the family Gobiidae, which is one of the largest families of fish, with more than 2,000 species in more than 200 genera. Most of them are comparatively small, less than 10 cm (4 in) in length and include some of the smallest vertebrates in the world, such as species of the genera Trimmatom nanus and Pandaka pygmaea,… [Read More]

The Classic Aquarium Fish: Clownfish

[google_adsense_in_post] It is colourful and nicely done by the nature’s paint brush. You can actually identify each and every stroke of Mother Nature and so it makes a perfect live and distinctively crafted showpiece for your living room aquarium. It is a Clownfish, more technically known as Anemone fish. These are the classic aquarium fish. Both hardy and attractive, they… [Read More]

The Ultimate Reefing Fish: Chromis

[google_adsense_in_post] Chromis are perhaps the ultimate reef fish. Generally peaceful, most species are easy to take care of and quite colourful, that looks beautiful in your aquariums. Like Anthias, they school, but in many cases this tendency disappears as they age. Like Damsels and Anemone fish, their close cousins, Chromis are omnivores and eat almost every food. A flake staple… [Read More]

Hybrids And the Problem with Them

Hybrids can be produced due to many different reasons, and hybridization does occur in the wild as well. In captivity, one common reason for hybridization is the aquarist who tosses down closely related species into the same aquarium without caring about the risk of hybridization. Hybridization can also happen involuntarily as it can be really difficult to distinguish certain species… [Read More]

Aquarama-2013 Drawing Aquarist from Around the World

[google_adsense_in_post] Aquarama is Asia’s biggest international ornamental fish, invertebrates, plants and accessories exhibition organized for the ornamental aquatic industry and its related sectors. Slated for 30 May – 2 June 2013 in Singapore, Aquarama will incorporate Pet Asia 2013, adding further to the spectacular setting of the dynamic event. Aquarama is an all-encompassing event that offers boundless business opportunities to… [Read More]

Eviota pamae the Amazing New Dwarf Goby

[google_adsense_in_post] Eviota pamae is a newly described species of goby which shows that although there’s a lot of stunning new species being discovered, some more beautiful than others yet the natural world under water has in store lots of surprises for us. It looks much like a minuscule of the popular sunrise hogfish from Hawaii, the sunrise dwarf goby from… [Read More]

Problems with Painted Fish

[google_adsense_in_post] Artificially colored fish have become increasingly popular in the aquarium trade. May fish producers started to create colorful fish by injecting them with artificial color or dipping them in dye. Why is painted fish a problem? The fish will suffer during the various treatments and also becomes much more susceptible to illness. Some dyeing methods cause up to 80%… [Read More]

Ocean Acification Aids fish’s Hearing

              A new research published this month shows that cobia, a large tropical fish, have amazing opposition to acidification projections. However, even mild acidification changes their bodily processes. Though a study in 2011 found acidification affects the hearing of clownfish, yet cobia’s inner ear changes considerably when they are raised in higher CO2 concentrations…. [Read More]

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