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Types of Frontosa Fish - proper way of hand wash dishes in a restaurant

by:Two Eight     2019-09-02
Types of Frontosa Fish  -  proper way of hand wash dishes in a restaurant
As a very vibrant breed of fish, the variety of front leaf fish attracts your attention and it is a great aquarium pet.
Learn the facts about this fish and what they bring when they are kept at home as pets. . .
If you know what you're looking at, the front leaf fish can easily be noticed --
They are white fish with stripes on the body of about 6 to 7 Fish.
Like sharks, the dorsal fins of these fish also peak above their heads, although their positions are not prominent.
Men have a larger bump along the top, called the head hump, which is slightly larger than women, and their humps are noticed when both men and women mature.
It is also a sign that the fish are ready to mate and produce offspring, which takes a long time to be sexually possible for both fish (making it impossible for them to mate before they are ready ).
With age, the fin presents a more complex look, forming a complex design.
The fins stretch over time, and when they swim along the water with these delicate bumps, they look very beautiful.
The color of the dragon head fish varies, among which the most common species are as described earlier.
These meat fish are best kept isolated or isolated from the opposite sex, although it is best to let it mature first before introducing it into the aquarium, with a female front leaf inside.
They need enough space to accommodate their size, and they need rock structures and small ins and outs in these structures to manipulate themselves in a closed place, which they are familiar with under the sea, most likely expected in the aquarium.
When the dragon head fish are ready to mate, they will not have any complicated temptation actions other than digging a space in their residential area to allow her to spawn.
Once she really produced a bunch of such things, she collected them into her mouth and became the so-called corner of mouth, where, she released her young man after spending at least two months in her mouth.
It protects them from predators and male fronds and ideally should be separated from her if he wants to eat the child she holds.
It is important to put them in places where the light is softer, where there are a lot of gravel and underwater plants.
This freshwater fish performs well in warm water and needs to be maintained between 75 F and 79 F.
There are different kinds of dragon head fish that have their own unique features that make them look different.
Let's find out which types are common, and they are not common in terms of their types.
These fish are white, with stripes on their bodies, and are typical front faces.
The dorsal fin on this type of front leaf is yellow with gold
A little blue, a little blue.
This fish has two colors, blue and black, and the stripes along the body are the grids of these colors, while black certainly dominates these two shades.
It has a bright blue color that makes it unique in its class.
This fish is a shiny, more angel-like meat-eating front leaf, it is pearl-white, has stripes on the body, and the dorsal fin has a slightly yellow color on the hump.
These fish are not easy to breed, and the color is very blue, and the dorsal fin is not as large as other varieties.
This common front leaf does not have a prominent blue color, and there is a bit of this gift around its face and fins.
It has the largest hump (dorsal fin) in all other fronts ).
Overall, the fish is more accessible to people than other species of fronds.
This is a common fish found in this type of species and favored by those who wish to use them as aquarium fish.
Frontosa is a good fish that is not difficult to raise in the aquarium, depending on the type you choose to take care.
Be sure to be familiar with its dietary needs and keep the fish alive for as long as possible.
Some people may not want to occupy their aquarium space only on the front, so like C. moorii, A.
Calvus and even Clown Loach are acceptable because the fish are the same size, so they can be around the front leaves.
The bottom feeder is a great addition to any aquarium that has a positive face.
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