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  • Assorted Dwarf Gourami
    Assorted Dwarf Gourami

    Assorted Dwarf Gourami are peaceful shy fish. They usually come as Poweder Blue, Red and Neon Blue Dwarf Gourami.

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    Dwarf Gourami - Red Colisa lalia
    Dwarf Gourami - Red Colisa lalia

    The breeding tank should have plenty of planted matter with some floating plants. They build a bubble nest and once spawning has taken place, the male will guard the nest. The female should be removed after spawning to avoid the possibility of the eggs being eaten. The eggs should hatch after around 24 hours and once the fry are free swimming approximately two days later, remove the male. Once they are free swimming, feed the fry on infusoria before moving on to newly hatched brine shrimp a few days...

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  • The Kissing Gourami
    The Kissing Gourami

    Max Roper is compelled to use all of his resources to stay alive long enough to last through the mystery of The Kissing Gourami. What starts out a fairly simple and even downgrading assignment, quickly becomes an obsessive search for a brutal killer, leading Roper a skill-numbing chase from Los Angeles to the glittering gambling casinos of Las Vegas, and finally to the chilling temple of marine biology. Max has to deal with the murder of a beautiful blonds by some ingenious unfriendly fish, and thus...

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  • Congo Frogs/ Dwarf African Frogs
    Congo Frogs/ Dwarf African Frogs

    These require a tropical temperature. Average life span of five years, but can live for much longer. Completely aquatic frog species fond of well planted aquaria. Only suitable for very peaceful aquaria, as boisterous fish tankmates must be avoided. Hunts by smell and vibration sensing. Rather oversold as truly suitable for community, much better kept in a species aquarium and properly catered for. Many wane from lack of food recognition and improper provision of diet. Large fish may pick on them...

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  • Kissing Gourami - Helostoma temminckii
    Kissing Gourami - Helostoma temminckii

    Behaviour: Peaceful fish. Males do fight occasionally. Typical size: 20 to 30cm Tank Area: Middle, Top Min Tank Size: 120cm Min Number: 3 Temp: 22 to 28degrees centigrade Feeding: Flake, dried, frozen and live foods. Algae or vegetable based foods. pH Range: 6.0 to 8.5

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  • Lavender Munstead Dwarf
    Lavender Munstead Dwarf

    This classic evergreen perennial herb has a miriad of uses including soups and stews with fish and meat, biscuits and even a rather perfumed beer! Munstead has short spikes of dark blue flowers. Loves a sunny well drained site and a regular light trim.

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  • Suree Preserved Ground Fish Sauce
    Suree Preserved Ground Fish Sauce

    SKU: 113761 In stock - 20+ available 009621 Suree Preserved Ground Fish Sauce - 200ml/220g Distributed by Suree Interfoods Co., Ltd Imported by W.Wing Yip Product of Thailand Ground Preserved fish is used as seasoning sauce for salty taste.  It can also be used as flavouring for many dishes. Ingredients: Fish sauce (anchovy extract, salt, sugar) 40%, pickled gourami fish (gourami fish, salt, fish sauce, rice powder) 39%, water 21%, flavour enhancer (monosodium glutamate E621), preservative...

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  • Aquatic Frog Book 'My Dwarf Aquatic Frog
    Aquatic Frog Book 'My Dwarf Aquatic Frog

    Aqualog Mini My Dwarf Clawed FrogDwarf clawed frogs have become more and more popular over the last two decades. Nowadays the have become available in almost every pet shop which also sell fish. Unfortunately the information about the care of these amphibians has not increased with the number of animals sold. Usually the correct species names of the frogs sold are not properly known, very few shop keepers know anything about the diseases of claw frogs, and even details on feeding many of them have...

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  • Dwarf Suckermouth Otocinclus affinis
    Dwarf Suckermouth Otocinclus affinis

    An active, somewhat sociable catfish that doesn't really form schools but is certainly happier when kept in groups fo three or more specimens. While widely sold, this catfish is not easy to keep, particular in immature aquaria. Good water quality is essential, as is a high oxygen concentration. Feeding presents few problems as they will eat green algae as well as blanched lettuce and slices of cucumber and courgette. These fish can be parasites on slow moving species, eating the algae and causing...

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  • Dwarf Loach/ Chain Loach Yasuhikotakia sidthimunki
    Dwarf Loach/ Chain Loach Yasuhikotakia sidthimunki

    Yasuhikotakia (formerly Botia) sidthimunki is commonly known as the Chain Loach due to the distinctive marking of a dark chain like pattern which runs along the top of the body whilst the underside of these fish is almost silver in colouration. They are becoming more available due to reported captive breeding success although this fish is endangered in their native habitat. They make an excellent addition to any community tank and are well worth seeking out. A very lively fish that has real character...

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  • Giant Gourami Osphronemus goramy
    Giant Gourami Osphronemus goramy

    A fish that was quite commonly found in the shops, but now awareness over their eventual full size means that they are not that often see. This fish will get very big at around 70cm. Do not buy one unless you have the tank space. A tank size of 6'x2'x2' should be considered a minimum size for these fish and then you can really only accomodate a maximum of two fish at best. You will need very powerful filtration. Also beware that they grow fast so a large tank will be required very quickly.

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  • 90604 LABEL - Burundi 2011 Fauna of the World - Fish #1 (Gourami & Vieja) perf sheetlet containing 2 values fine cto used
    90604 LABEL - Burundi 2011 Fauna of the World - Fish #1 (Gourami & Vieja) perf sheetlet containing 2 values fine cto used

    LABEL - Burundi 2011 Fauna of the World - Fish #1 (Gourami & Vieja) perf sheetlet containing 2 values fine cto used

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  • Cardio-Respiratory Ontogeny and the Transition to Bimodal Respiration in an Air Breathing Fish, the Blue Gourami (Trichogaster Trichopterus)
    Cardio-Respiratory Ontogeny and the Transition to Bimodal Respiration in an Air Breathing Fish, the Blue Gourami (Trichogaster Trichopterus)

    Cardio-Respiratory Ontogeny and the Transition to Bimodal Respiration in an Air Breathing Fish, the Blue Gourami (Trichogaster Trichopterus) : Paperback : Proquest, Umi Dissertation Publishing : 9781243681126 : 07 Sep 2011

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  • Dwarf Altolamprologus Altolamprologus sp. 'Sumbu
    Dwarf Altolamprologus Altolamprologus sp. 'Sumbu

    They should be provided with plenty of shells or similar hiding places. Males are larger than the females. When breeding the female will select a shell which is small enough for her to fit in, but not big enough for the male. As a result the male will fertilise the eggs from outside the shell. Once the eggs are laid the female will prevent any fish from entering the shell and she will not leave until the fry are at the free swimming several days later. At this time it is a good idea to remove the...

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