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Here are 24 Tetra species to help you decide: Black Neon Tetra Black Phantom Tetra Black Skirt Tetra Bleeding Heart Tetra Blind Cave Tetra Bloodfin Tetra Bucktooth Tetra Buenos Aeres Tetra Cardinal Tetra Congo Tetra Diamond Tetra Ember Tetra Emperor Tetra Flag Tetra Glowlight Tetra Head and Tail Light Tetra Lemon Tetra Neon Tetra Penguin Tetra Pristella Tetra Red Eye Tetra Rummy Nose Tetra Serpae Tetra Silver Tip Tetra In the table below, a Beginner is someone who has never kept aquarium fish before. An Intermediate is someone who has successfully kept fish for at least 2 years. An Advanced...

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Starting a brand new coldwater aquarium or have one already set up? You may be thinking that aquarium plants simply can’t work without a heater…But you’d be wrong! As it turns out there are quite a few coldwater aquarium plants that do well – or even better – in room temperature or colder tanks. So let’s discuss a few coldwater plants for your setup! 10 Best Coldwater Aquarium Plants Here are 10 of our favorite coldwater aquarium plants in the hobby! Java Moss Moss aren’t the most popular aquarium plants. Slow growing and sensitive, they are usually grown only by...

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Shrimp (The Right Way) Source : buildyouraquarium Fish (and humans) do love to eat shrimp. But what do shrimp eat? As it turns out, quite a lot of things! Like their other crustacean cousins, shrimp will eat nearly anything they can get ahold of. But some shrimp are much pickier eaters than others. Let’s get to know shrimp and their meal habits below! What Do Shrimp Eat? Shrimp occupy the scavenger niche of the aquatic food chain. That is to say, they are like the roaches of the underwater world. Remember that the next time you’re staring down a tasty plate...

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Types of Cory Catfish (Species Guide) April 28, 2021 by Jason Corydoras are a staple of the freshwater aquarium world and the darlings of thousands of fish keepers around the world. They are small to medium sized schooling catfish that defy the stereotype of a lazy, bottom dwelling fish that hides all day and only eats muck. Cories are schooling, active, day dwellers that madly dash for the surface for gulps of air, chase each other around, and pause, only to “wink” on occasion as they move their eyes and scan their surroundings. They can even be bred in captivity with a little...

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