This DIY Charms Party Pack features 3 Red & White Striped Tropical Fish enamel charms. They measure 19mm long and 20mm wide. A great value for your DIY craft needs.
You will receive 3 Red & White Striped Tropical Fish enamel charms in this DIY Charms Party Pack.
Freshwater Tropical Fish Species Profile: Golden White ..
White spot disease, also known as Ich, is a parasite that most tropical fish enthusiasts will, at one time or another, have to deal with. White spot disease is responsible for more fish deaths than any other disease. This disease is mostly found in aquarium fish due to close contact with other fish and stress involved in living in an aquarium as opposed to the open water. Ich can be found in both freshwater and saltwater tropical fish with different ways to treat each ecosystem and its inhabitants.
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Body fungus is distinctive in appearance and not confused with any other malady. A tropical fish with fungus appears to have one or more slowly enlarging fuzzy patches resembling cotton wool or bread mold (also a fungus) on its body or fins. They are usually white, but minute particles of debris or suspended algae trapped among the fungal hairs can impart a pale tan or greenish color to these growths. The only other diseases that even remotely resemble it are the white lesions of advanced mouth and body rot caused by the bacteria Flexibacter, but these lack the fuzzy appearance. This confusion is perpetuated by the frequent use of the name mouth “fungus” to describe this bacterial disease.
Freshwater Tropical Fish Species Profile: Golden White Cloud Minnow
Ichthyophthirius – The so-called 'ich' or 'white spot' is the most common tropical fish disease, caused by probably the most common freshwater parasite. The typical behavior of an infected fish includes loss of appetite, rubbing itself against objects, flashing and hiding abnormally. Once a fish in your fish tank is infected, quarantine is necessary to prevent the fish from spreading the tropical fish disease to the other tank inhabitants.If you think a tropical fish has gill rot, capture it with a net, and carefully examine both its gills. If it has branchiomycosis, the gills will exhibit blotchy areas of deep red and white, due to thrombosis and necrosis of the gill lamellae.Although the nominal temperature range for the species in the wild is 18–22 °C (64–72 °F), it can survive water temperatures down to 5 °C (41 °F). This makes it an ideal fish for keeping in an unheated aquarium in cold climates. In fact, White Clouds are more active and healthier when kept at temperatures lower than those at which most tropical tanks are kept. Water hardness () should be from 5 to 19, and levels should range between 6.0 and 8.0. Also, the aquarium should have a top. White Clouds have been known to jump out on rare occasions.