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Photo #7 - These Are Live Swimming Channa Micropeltes (cuvie...
freshwater fish - cichlia ocellaris - peacock bass (ocellaris) stocking in 67 gallons tank - Peacock bass Nov 2010 cicla orinocensis 15" 4ft x 2ft x 2ft tank 430.42 litres / 113.87 gallons tankmates: Indo Tigers (datnoides) Albino Pleco Red Severum Marbled Goby Cicila Tememsis Barramundi Oscar
freshwater fish - cichlia ocellaris - peacock bass (ocellaris) stocking in 67 gallons tank - Original Amazon tucunares or peacock bass or pavons being deported and home grown worldwide , even to the far east, into ASIA. these indigneneous fish are cichlids and freshwater and are typically bass look alike and can be domestic ornamental fish in the fish or in the ponds, like gold fish & kois, these fishes are beautiful indeed. Just look at the appearence and colours , showing off multi coloured brilliant pastel and attractive shades. They can grow large up to 24" so a larger tank like 150 gal or 6 ft tanks. A wonder to own inside your living room and garden! What you see in this enclosure are juvenile or young ones, there is a C. Orinocensis, a Speckled pavon and a C. Monoculus here, enjoy!
freshwater fish - cichlia ocellaris - peacock bass (ocellaris) stocking in 67 gallons tank - Peacock Bass Cichlids Pavons Tucunare These are pure game fish specimens. They are a real handful of a fishing catch and a bite of sheer kick and game on fish on a lure!
freshwater fish - cichlia ocellaris - peacock bass (ocellaris) stocking in 67 gallons tank - These are local native pavons or tucunare aka peacock bass cichlids, these are acclamatise to residential piped waters and have been in captivity for over 9 months now,these samples are cichla temensis(speckled pavon) + cichla monoculus (common peacock bass ) and they feed on normal shrimp whole shelled + live feeder mollies and platy's. They are well cultured and behaved in a similar predatory but less aggressive as in the wild native amazon waters. Enjoy!
67 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - peacock bass feature tank in a moderate decor with some plant foilage and minature design concept into a unspoilt river deep inside the amazon waters
freshwater fish - cichlia ocellaris - peacock bass (ocellaris) stocking in 67 gallons tank - My wild look ala amazonian feel and touch brings nostalgia and rustic charm inside the amazon tributaries where the famous peacock bass tries many anglers for a lure catch for the day,here you can see the replica cichla temensis aka the speckled pavon and c. monoculus generic peacock cichlids,Enjoy!
67 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - IOUS (Internal Overflow/Underflow filter sump System)4mm thick glass tank with 1x 7" speckled peacock bass & 1x 4" cichla temensis pavon peacock bass + 1x 3" albino pleco red-eyed fish inside a 400w powered water submerged pump operated with a 4 way ganged air pump to oxydize tank up to 6 hours 1 auto self timer to light up tank at dawn hour & at sunset hours till midnight.
These are live swimming Channa micropeltes (Cuvier, 1831) Giant Snakehead babies which are purchased at local LFS selling a couple of dollars per packet about 10pcs each. Good for gamefishing baits.
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freshwater IOUS 3ft tank as a partition screen at the foyer
keep it simple and maintain good BB in tank for good water culture; never change water 100% at one go, never overfeed cos bioload and protein level will cause harmful toxic and nitrogen
tankmates 2 peacock bass+1 pleco albino (Suckermouth Catfish) Hypostomus plecostomus formerly 1 jardini + 6 king kong parrot fish
none but coral chips in media inside IOUS
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