All The Varieties of Freshwater Barb is Shown in This Video tropical fish


the black ruby barb is an ideal
alternative if the tiger barb is too much trouble the base color is a pale
golden yellow with some iridescent there are three bold black vertical bars that
run across the body in breeding males the whole body turns a dusky deep pink
red and the head changes to a deep purple red to black a generously planted
tank is appreciated by these fish as they like to be able to find shade away
from bright lights the only drawback to the black ruby barb
is that they are prone to white spot disease the cherry bob is one of the smaller
Barb’s having a slimmer body than most others the color is a reddish brown with
the male’s exhibiting a brighter red particularly during the breeding season
the upper lip has a pair of barbells and the fins match the color of the body the
females are more orange in color and have a deeper berry cherry Barb’s are
suitable for small aquaria and should be housed with similar sized fish the green Tiger Barb’s body is a deep
fluorescent green with silver gold blotches and orange accented fins they
are a very lively playful fish that prefer to be in shoals
they are best kept in a well planted tank with slightly acidic water rocks
and driftwood can be added to the aquarium but do leave plenty of space
for swimming the green Tiger barb is a very energetic fish that may harass or
even nip the fins of larger slower moving fish mystery surrounds the origins of their
decibel a relative newcomer to the aquarium it was first shown in odessa in
the ukraine the male has broad bands of red along its flanks with a false eye
spot each scale has a dark base giving it a wonderful reticulated pattern up to
the body juvenile fish rarely display this color and you often have to wait
until they mature they will live in pairs although if you have the space a
shoal really does show off these beautiful fish to their best the rosy barb is an undemanding fish and
a valuable addition to any community aquarium the females are all gold and
the males are gold with red flanks they don’t need to be kept in large shoals
and a happy in pairs so are ideal for the smaller tank
as with most Barb’s they do like a well furnished aquarium with floating plant
cover and room to swim about with regard to breeding they are prolific Ella
scatterers but the parents tend to eat the eggs so it’s wise to remove them
after spawning the Schubert II barb isn’t called by its
scientific name but by its original Discoverer it has a magnificent gold and
yellow color with faint metallic green marks on the flanks there most of these
when in thick vegetation a group of six individuals against a background of dark
green plants really shows this fish off to its best the pink tailed shark is a beautifully
colored fish which requires a large aquarium with driftwood rocks and spots
of dense vegetation it can be prone to setting up territories around the
aquarium also it will become aggressive towards its own species when mature the tiger Bob makes an eye-catching
addition to a community tank with its bold stripes and red tips to the fins
and nose the pale orange brown body is crossed with four dark vertical bands
and the black dorsal fin has a red edge the females tend to be less intensively
marked and the male’s snout is bright red they are very active fish and can
cause upset in the display it’s wise to keep them in a group of at least six
individuals as they have a distinct hierarchy within the shoal Tiger Barb’s
are fin lipez so don’t house them with angelfish or gouramis

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