Tweet The Molly has so many good qualities; it has firmly held its place at the top of... [Read more of this article]
Frogspawn Under LED aquarium Lighting Marineland vs. Current USA LED “reef” fixtures! Like a lot of you, when LED technology came out, I didn’t jump on the bandwagon, primarily due to the infancy of these lights years ago. I wanted to wait and see it develop; besides, this hobby is expensive enough! I just couldn’t justify buying... [Read more of this article]Platies, the color king of the livebearing fish!
The brightly colored Platy fish are very popular because they have everything going for them! Start with all the colors of the rainbow, add great durability and a touch of personality, and you have a fish that can’t be beat. These are great community fish and such easy breeders that it’s hard, if not impossible, for them not to have babies.... [Read more of this article]Guppies, Tiny Gems of the Aquarium!
Fancy Guppy fish have so many babies, there’s no wonder they are also also called the Millions Fish!! Fancy Guppies are incredibly beautiful and prolific. They hold the honor of being the most beloved fish species for that last century. These small gems are constantly on the move and each one is unique. They can be solid colored or adorned in... [Read more of this article]Green Swordtail, pretty fish turned resplendent!
The beautiful colors of the Green Swordtail are what it’s highly prized for today! The Swordtail has long been an aquarium prize because it’s one of the prettiest fish with a wonderful “sword-like” tail. But the combinations it comes in today are practically unrivaled. There are many wonderful colors and mixtures of colors,... [Read more of this article]What’s your favorite Livebearing fish? Guppies, Mollies, Platies, or…?
Livebearers are by far the most popular freshwater fish, and we all have our favorites! Popular aquarium favorites by far are the Guppy, Molly, Platy and Swordtail fish. There’s no wonder why, as these guys are all very hardy and fairly easy to keep. They come in incredible colors and are pretty small as well, so can be kept in 10 to 20 gallon... [Read more of this article]