Our Betta fish section contains all the information a Betta Lover can ever need such a how to breed Betta fish, how to care for Betta fish, what to feed Betta fish and Betta genetics. Other sections in our aquarium articles library include sections about catfish and tropical fish breeding. We are constantly adding new aquarium articles to our library.
Freshwater Aquarium Fish For Tropical Tanks - Aquarium Care Basics
There are some things that you must remember when you are changing aquarium water. The last thing you want to do is perform a water change incorrectly and kill your tropical fish!
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If a higher pH is what you desire, and you have a problem with your aquarium’s pH, you may want to help buffer your water. pH buffers come in several different types but most are powders that can be added to your tropical fish tank and will help stabilize your aquarium pH. If you desire a higher pH in your aquarium water, you may also want to try to add a crushed coral substrate. This is a natural buffer and will prevent your pH from declining rapidly.
Aquarium pH | Tropical Fish Success
FishLore provides aquarium fish tank information for tropical fish hobbyists, covering both freshwater and saltwater aquariums. We present aquarium fish tank information in an easy to understand way so that more can enjoy our wonderful hobby! Consider joining us on the forum where you will find people that like to talk about fish tanks as much as you!About 1,800 tropical fish species are involved in the international trade, says of the New England Aquarium in Boston and Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island. Hundreds more species of invertebrates, including live corals, are also part of this pipeline.
The goal of Fish Lore is to present accurate saltwater fish, tropical freshwater fish and aquarium fish information in a way that every fish keeper can understand. If you feel some of the aquarium fish information on Fish Lore should be updated or changed, please let us know! See you on the forum!The most common type of saltwater fish tank, the tropical marine tank, houses marine animals from tropical climates. Usually kept between 24 to 28 °C (75 to 82 °F), these tanks include tropical reef tanks, as well as fish-only tanks. These tanks tend to have a low concentrations of microscopic plankton and other foods eaten by filter feeders. Most livestock for these aquariums are acquired through commercial means.