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Small Jewels miniature

Killifish enthusiasts, these people have to ask about them ... Aquariums usually have lots of pots and eggs, mob ... and the truth is worth the investment. Although the title says, jewels, this investment will see released once the color out to see our first Nothobranchius or notho, as is called for short.

These little gems are ephemeral seasonal fish, which live about a year old to make way for future generations. Its life cycle is extremely fast, usually because in a few months with rainfall eggs hatch, will develop breeding stock, eggs deposited on the substrate to be dried and they die, giving way to a return over its ratativo cycle. Fish are distributed throughout the African continent.

His power living protein need support to get its rapid development, with temperatures of about 25-28 ° C these fish show some spectacular colors.

Continually describes new species of fish, so right now, this is a representation of the number of species forming the genus Nothobranchius ... (The photo is Nothobranchius rachovii)

 

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nothobranchius

Nothobranchius albimarginatus (Watters, Wildekamp y Cooper, 1998)
Nothobranchius annectens (Watters, Wildekamp y Cooper, 1998)
Nothobranchius bojiensis (Wildekamp y Haas, 1992)
Nothobranchius brieni (Poll, 1938)
Nothobranchius eggersi (Seegers, 1982)
Nothobranchius elongatus (Wildekamp, 1982)
Nothobranchius fasciatus (Wildekamp y Haas, 1992)
Nothobranchius flammicomantis (Wildekamp, Watters y Sainthouse, 1998)
Nothobranchius foerschi (Wildekamp y Berkenkamp, 1979)
Nothobranchius furzeri (Jubb, 1971)
Nothobranchius fuscotaeniatus (Seegers, 1997)
Nothobranchius geminus (Wildekamp, Watters y Sainthouse, 2002)
Nothobranchius guentheri (Pfeffer, 1893)
Nothobranchius interruptus (Wildekamp y Berkenkamp, 1979)
Nothobranchius janpapi (Wildekamp, 1977)
Nothobranchius jubbi (Wildekamp y Berkenkamp, 1979)
Nothobranchius kafuensis (Wildekamp y Rosenstock, 1989)
Nothobranchius kilomberoensis (Wildekamp, Watters y Sainthouse, 2002)
Nothobranchius kirki (Jubb, 1969)
Nothobranchius kiyawensis (Ahl, 1928)
Nothobranchius korthausae (Meinken, 1973)
Nothobranchius kuhntae (Ahl, 1926)
Nothobranchius lourensi (Wildekamp, 1977)
Nothobranchius luekei (Seegers, 1984)
Nothobranchius malaissei (Wildekamp, 1978)
Nothobranchius melanospilus (Pfeffer, 1896)
Nothobranchius microlepis (Vinciguerra, 1897)
Nothobranchius neumanni (Hilgendorf, 1905)
Nothobranchius nubaensis (Bellemans, 2003)
Nothobranchius ocellatus (Seegers, 1985)
Nothobranchius orthonotus (Peters, 1844)
Nothobranchius palmqvisti (Lönnberg, 1907)
Nothobranchius patrizii (Vinciguerra, 1927)
Nothobranchius polli (Wildekamp, 1978)
Nothobranchius rachovii (Ahl, 1926)
Nothobranchius robustus (Ahl, 1935)
Nothobranchius rubripinnis (Seegers, 1986)
Nothobranchius rubroreticulatus (Blache y Miton, 1960)
Nothobranchius steinforti (Wildekamp, 1977)
Nothobranchius symoensi (Wildekamp, 1978)
Nothobranchius taeniopygus (Hilgendorf, 1891)
Nothobranchius ugandensis (Wildekamp, 1994)
Nothobranchius virgatus (Chambers, 1984)
Nothobranchius vosseleri (Ahl, 1924)
Nothobranchius willerti (Wildekamp, 1992)2 3 4 5

As explained above the reproductive cycle natural ... Now we'll do the "artificial" ... Nothobranchius reproduction is based on the following:

1st. - Got a mob of some amateur friend. I recommend www.aquabid.com

2nd. - We soak the eggs with peat as the kind instructions who happened to us ... ask him for the type of water, oxygen pills, dates, if I do not go, I do when we go .... another article, here does not fit all.

3rd. - When we see artemia fry feed them, daphania, microworms, rotifers, grindal minis ...

4th. - Feeding them going until they grow up and have some spectacular specimens.

5th. - Put a group of breeding with a container for commissioning and collect eggs.

6th. - We let the eggs do their diapause and back to item 1

7th. - Would be interesting ... peat distribute any other fans.

If you are interested keep looking information because it is the most interesting.

Killiofilos Greetings!

 


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