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PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2013 1:52 pm Post subject: Freshwater Tank - Fish and Snail Behavior and Plant Care Reply with quote

 
 
MINE  AND  MY  DAD's  fish  tank.

 
 
 
 This  aquarium  was  setup  by  by  the  local  aquarium  shop  owner  in  Jamshedpur,  India.
 I  have  found  out  names  of  a  few  fishes.
 There  are:
 
 Rainbow  Shark
 
 
 Albino  Rainbow  Shark
 
 
 Red  Tail  Shark
 
 
 Tiger  Barb
 
 
 Black  Moor
 
 
 Silver  Molly
 
 
 Silver  Balloon  Molly
 
 
 Swordtail  Fish
 
 
   Smile  
 
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I  also  have  a  video  of  my  fish  tank
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 Q1.  I  would  like  to  know  the  names  of  the  REMAINING  fishes  in  this  aquarium.
 So  that  I  could  care  better.
 
 Specially  these:
 
 Unknown  1
 
 
 Unknown  2
 
 
 Unknown  3
 
 
 Q2.  I  bought  some  snails  recently  (a  month  or  two  ago).  I  am  really  confused  now  if  they  are  Apple  snail  or  Mystery  snail  or  something  ELSE.  Please  HELP!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 I  would  really  like  to  breed  these  snails  but  they  have  never  given  eggs.
 
 I  have  more  questions  to  ask.  I'll  save  them  for  later.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2013 2:15 pm Post subject: Re: Freshwater Tank - Fish and Snail Behavior and Plant Care Reply with quote

 The  first  is  just  an  albino  shrak  as  what  lfs  people  say.  I've  seen  the  others  but  don't  know  their  names.  And  its  an  apple  snail.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2013 2:40 pm Post subject: Re: Freshwater Tank - Fish and Snail Behavior and Plant Care Reply with quote

 Prakash..
 1.  Albino  tiger  shark.
 2.  carp.
 3.  Comet  gold  fish.
 And  the  snail  is  apple  snail,  it  lays  eggs  above  the  water  level..  So,  you  will  be  seeing  lots  of  egg  cluster  on  your  tank  cover..
 I  think  the  first  few  images  seems  to  be  copied  from  web..  which  is  not  a  good  idea.  Very Happy
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2013 2:45 pm Post subject: Re: Freshwater Tank - Fish and Snail Behavior and Plant Care Reply with quote

 And,  would  like  to  say  that  you  have  a  cocktail  of  fishes  which  are  not  compatible  with  each  other..
 The  tank  is  overly  stocked,  and  the  fishes  are  not  in  good  health..  God  Help  You..  Crying or Very sad
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2013 2:52 pm Post subject: Re: Freshwater Tank - Fish and Snail Behavior and Plant Care Reply with quote

 1.  Albino  Tiger  Shark.
 2.  Koi  (White).
 3.  Gold  Fish.
 
 Mystery  snail/Apple  snail  -  both  refer  to  the  same  species.
 
 +1  Nidhi.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2013 2:59 pm Post subject: Re: Freshwater Tank - Fish and Snail Behavior and Plant Care Reply with quote

 What  the  guys  above  have  not  mentioned  is  that  most  of  your  fishes  are  incompatible  with  each  other  unfortunately
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2013 3:51 pm Post subject: Re: Freshwater Tank - Fish and Snail Behavior and Plant Care Reply with quote

 Hi  PRAKASHANISH,   Are  you  keeping  fish  aquarium  or  Fish  shop.   Your  photos  are  all  fantastic.   Please  hear  the  words  of  some  of  our  senior  (experience)  IAH  members.   Thank  You.   All  the  Best  and  God  Bless  You.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2013 4:03 pm Post subject: Re: Freshwater Tank - Fish and Snail Behavior and Plant Care Reply with quote

 THANKYOU
 
 Did  you  people  mean  Albino  Pangasius  Catfish  Shark?
 Click  here  Family:  Pangasiidae
 It  took  me  about  30  minutes  to  find  this  website.  [NOTE:  The  image  on  the  website  may  be  deceptive]
 Just  google  'Albino  Tiger  Shark',  and  I  bet  you  won't  find  anything  relevant.
 
 

 
 Pomacea  bridgesii  doesn't  eat  healthy  plants  unless  no  other  food  is  available.
 While  Pomacea  canaliculata  eats  almost  all  types  of  plants.
 
 Huh!  My  snails  don't  seem  to  eat  plants  although  they  keep  riding  the  plants  leaves  (maybe  cleaning  algae).
 
 List  of  Apple  Snail  Species.  Which  one  is  mine?
 
 
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2013 4:12 pm Post subject: Re: Freshwater Tank - Fish and Snail Behavior and Plant Care Reply with quote

 You  probably  will  be  able  to  demonstrate  the  evolution  of  the  fittest  in  your  tank
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2013 5:30 pm Post subject: Re: Freshwater Tank - Fish and Snail Behavior and Plant Care Reply with quote

 I  noticed  my  Plecostomus  -   Sucker  fish  was  nowhere  in  the  picture.
 
 
 
 Should  i  get  new  (smaller  ones).  I  have  two  of  them  and  they  now  look  fully  grown.  Also  they  are  less  interested  in  algae  now  and  prefer  fish  food.
 
 I  hope  I  got  the  name  right.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2013 5:51 pm Post subject: Re: Freshwater Tank - Fish and Snail Behavior and Plant Care Reply with quote

                                                   
Nidhi  wrote  (View  Post):                
And,  would  like  to  say  that  you  have  a  cocktail  of  fishes  which  are  not  compatible  with  each  other..
 The  tank  is  overly  stocked,  and  the  fishes  are  not  in  good  health..  God  Help  You..  Crying or Very sad                

 
 

 
 
                                                 
Mortis  wrote  (View  Post):                

 What  the  guys  above  have  not  mentioned  is  that  most  of  your  fishes  are  incompatible  with  each  other  unfortunately
                 

 
 

 
 
                                                 
drug  wrote  (View  Post):                

 You  probably  will  be  able  to  demonstrate  the  evolution  of  the  fittest  in  your  tank
                 

 
 

 
 I  understand  what  you  said.  Initially  my  Albino  Pangasius  Catfish  Shark  (2),  Carp  (1)  &   Comet  gold  fish  (3)  were  almost  dead.  They  were  attacked  by  Mollies  and  Tiger  Barbs.  With  some  overfeeding  and  various  temperature  settings  everything  in  the  tank  became  normal  and  peaceful.  Slowly  Comet  gold  fishs  &  Carp  regained  their  health  and  started  looking  beautiful.  But  Catfish  Sharks  were  the  same.
 
 But  until  recently  I  slowly  (very  slowly)  started  raising  temperature,  so  that  my  snails  would  start  breeding.  But  God  knows  what  happened,  Mollies  became  aggressive.
 
 Past  2-3  days,  Carp  &  Comet  gold  fishes  are  having  real  hard  time  with  Mollies.  Though  his  time  Tiger  Barbs  are  very  quite  and  calm.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 17, 2013 6:27 pm Post subject: Re: Freshwater Tank - Fish and Snail Behavior and Plant Care Reply with quote

 Dude  its  not  just  those  guys.  ALL  your  fish  are  totall  incompatible.  Now  I  have  also  spotted  cichlids  in  your  tank.  Keep  only  mollies  and  guppies  for  now  as  you  are  a  beginner  and  have  received  bad  advice  from  your  fish  shop  or  you  yourself  have  chosen  one  of  each  type
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 5:22 pm Post subject: Re: Freshwater Tank - Fish and Snail Behavior and Plant Care Reply with quote

 It  is  a  Noah's  Ark  that  you  have.  Smile
 It  is  a  common  mistake  that  many  of  us  do  when  starting  the  tank.
 You  have  livebearers,  cichlids,  goldfish  in  this  tank  and  a  pangasius  hypophthalmus,  commonly  referred  as  tiger  shark.
 You  cannot  all  these  fish  in  one  tank,  decide  which  ones  you  want  to  have  and  exchange  the  rest.
 The  catfish  eats  like  a  lawn  mower,  grows  huge  and  is  a  big  load  on  aquarium.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 6:04 pm Post subject: Re: Freshwater Tank - Fish and Snail Behavior and Plant Care Reply with quote

 Hello  Prakash,
 
 It's  a  heterogeneous  tank  man.  As  well  as  overstock  too.
 
 Please  do  whatever  Nidhi,  Mortis  &  Sandeep  suggested  otherwise  there  will  be  tragedy  very  soon.
 
 
 Good  Luck......
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 6:10 pm Post subject: Re: Freshwater Tank - Fish and Snail Behavior and Plant Care Reply with quote

 well  just  google  for  fish  compatibility  chart  and  decide  which  fish  you  want  to  keep  and  return  the  rest.
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