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Tips to Care for the Demasoni Cichlid - proper way of hand wash dishes in a restaurant

by:Two Eight     2019-09-02
Tips to Care for the Demasoni Cichlid  -  proper way of hand wash dishes in a restaurant
Demasoni cichlids are known for their beautiful blue color.
They are usually kept in aquariums because they are sturdy and easy to breed.
If you're interested, then PetPonder has some advice on taking care of the species.
The fish is widely appreciated for its color and is also known for its not so tolerant of other fish.
In addition, it is difficult to distinguish between men and women.
So, if you're going to make it an aquarium, too much aggression can lead to fighting and could lead to a lot of deaths, which is a disaster for any novice aquarium --lover.
) Is a species found only in Lake Malawi, Africa.
These fish have unique alternating dark blue (almost black) and light blue (sometimes white) stripes on their bodies.
Because there is not much difference between men and women, it becomes very difficult to distinguish or gender identity.
The men are said to have darker colors and spots on their anal fins.
These fish are smaller than the other species they belong.
Males can grow to 3 inch and females can grow to 2. 5 inches.
That's why they are sometimes called dwarfs.
Remember, looks can be deceptive!
Don't ignore their size because of their size, they may be quite aggressive.
In 1994, he first discovered the fish and named it after his friend Laif Demason.
These beautiful fish have been kept in the aquarium since then.
But, before you go home, get more information about them as they are not so easy to put in the aquarium with other fish due to their territorial behavior!
Even if the fish look small, you need a fairly large fish tank. A 50-
The gallon tank is enough if you plan to keep only one male, but if you plan to keep more than one, you may need 100-gallon tank.
If you want to keep multiple demasonis, a spacious tank is highly recommended.
The temperature of the water should be warm, about 76 degrees Fahrenheit-82°F.
They need a pH of Grade 7. 8 -8. 6.
Water can be fresh or salty.
They can endure 10% salinity.
In addition, strong water flow and filtration are required.
Tanks should have many rocks and plants to simulate their natural habitat in the wild.
They also like to chase and hide, so give them enough hiding place.
Don't forget the sparse decoration because it can reduce their aggression.
You can use live plants, but make sure they are properly supported as over-excited fish will try to root them up and take them to the aquarium.
Base materials such as sand or gravel mixture can be used.
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Because it helps to maintain high alkaline and Ph.
These are herbivores, so they should eat vegetables and not bugs.
Any flakes of food, dried seaweed and algae are fine.
It is also possible to provide spirulina flakes, thin slices made specifically for the mushroom, and mushroom sticks.
You can feed them occasionally with frozen spinach or lettuce.
Fry can be fed with newly hatched salted shrimp, crushed flakes and seaweed.
In addition, Fry should be fed many times in a day.
You can give them green algae because they like to eat algae all day.
Adults should eat less, but divide the food into several meals in a day instead of a big meal.
Mating begins when you see widespread chase.
Men are thought to be too aggressive with other fish, but will attract women by shaking their bodies and showing their abdomen.
The male takes the female to a flat rock near his territory, and then the mating begins.
A flat rock is needed as they spawn near it.
It is a kind of female-mouth animal.
So the female takes unfertilized eggs out of her mouth and follows the male around the tank.
The male releases sperm, which later fertilized the egg.
The females then hatch them for three weeks.
It is better to transfer the holding woman to a different empty tank so that the fry can remain safe.
Broods can be anywhere between 6-
20, because it all depends on the size and age of the woman.
The fry were released in the water and immediately began to be fed.
Malawi inflation is a very common disease in this species.
This happens when fish don't get enough quality food.
Mainly because there is too much protein food.
Due to poor water quality and lack of fresh oxygen, they may be susceptible to other normal fish diseases.
Another common problem is "ich ".
If found early, it can be treated.
When your fish is infected, white spots appear on the body.
Raise the tank temperature to 86 F (30 F) for three days.
If that doesn't work, you have to deal with them with copper.
There are several medicines to choose from, but please be sure to follow the correct feeding guidelines.
White marks around the lips are common among men.
It is not a fungus, but it is mainly caused by oral locking.
1 tbsp can be added
Sea salt per 10 gallons of water.
Add it to the tank and while the white mark may not disappear completely, it may improve their condition.
After every 2 times, you need to do some water change
3 days, but 50% of water can be changed once a week.
These fish are very aggressive, so consider the size of your fish tank and buy it accordingly.
Ideally you should buy 1-
2 men, more than 10 women.
The reason is that only one woman will not be the target of an aggressive male.
If there are two men and one (alpha male) that keep bothering the other.
Transfer less dominant tanks to another one, otherwise the situation can get too serious.
If you want to raise this fish, it is better to buy it in a large group of 12 or more, with only one or two males and all the other females.
It will save women and other men because there will be too many "crowds ".
Buying in groups will eventually lead to the death of other fish, as alpha males will slowly kill everyone.
Moving the rocks in the tank regularly helps reduce aggression, especially when you want to bring in a new fish.
If you leave any other species with them, it's important to make sure they don't have stripes or colors like demasoni.
They will try to attack any fish with similar colors and patterns.
They should never be kept with dog tooth Cixi or Kenyi Cixi.
These can be preserved together with other Marawi mushrooms, such as electric yellow mushroom, Red Zebra mushroom, dark blue mushroom, etc.
Just take care of these beautiful fish as they are listed as "fragile" by the conservation union in the wild ".
It is hoped that captivity will help maintain their numbers.
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