Residential Aquarium

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 They are a pretty and yet, interesting addition to make your home look better! Proven Health Benefits from Aquariums In the midst of technology boom like the myriad cable channels and addictive video games, an aquarium is a refreshing and entertaining addition to any home. Frenetic lifestyles have become the norm in today's society. Eight hour work days are becoming atypical in the corporate world. With fast paced lifestyles comes increased stress. What is a good way to appease stressors? A confirmed method for soothing stress is to stare serenely into an aquarium. The calming sound and the peaceful motion of its inhabitants have proven to lower blood pressure and calm nerves. Studies have confirmed that watching aquarium fish soothes children that suffer from hyperactivity. Dental patients who were allowed to view an aquarium prior to treatment experienced the same benefits as patients who underwent hypnosis. They also required less pain medication after having watched aquarium fish in the office prior to treatment. Studies have also shown that patients with Alzheimer's experience health benefits from viewing aquarium fish. The evident benefits of aquariums have sparked a trend in aquarium purchases for schools, doctor's offices, and large corporations. The addition of an aquarium creates a serene environment that calms school aged children and increases productivity and creative thinking among corporate executives. Aquariums are one of the best entertainers when it comes to small kids and toddlers as well. Children often are excited by the prospects of taking care of pets, and the child can be entrusted with doing small tasks in maintaining and taking care of the fish from time to time! You can get your kids to feed the fish, and this will not only give them a sense of responsibility, it will also make them feel important to themselves and generally around the house. Some extra help while cleaning the tank is also not a bad idea! A two year young kid can spend hours trying to talk to his little fish, or just draw and paint out pictures of them whenever he wants! Not only that, aquariums could help your kids with color understanding, memory issues and even math! Imagine naming all fish, and asking you child to differentiate between different fishes in terms of color, size and name!

Marine Aquarium

Your guests will marvel and share your pride.
Marine fish keeping is different from its freshwater counterpart because of the fundamental differences in the constitution of saltwater and the resulting differences in the adaptation of its inhabitants. A stable Marine Aquarium (Vedio) requires more equipment than freshwater systems, and generally requires more stringent water quality monitoring. The inhabitants of saltwater aquariums are usually much more spectacular than freshwater aquarium fish. There is nothing like having a pet and taking care of it. It can be a family task where everyone gets involved at some point or other. Saltwater animal life is no exception to this and having a salt water aquarium can give you many valuable rewarding moments along the way. Though there are steps to take to do a salt Water aquarium setup successfully.

Much has been said about the difficulty in keeping marine fish. There are so many conflicting opinions on the way forward in keeping marine species in captivity.  what the filtration system should achieve. Improvements in the equipment and modern filtration has made a significant difference to the success in keeping these beautiful creatures. Not hard to keep and don't need any expert skills just common sense and patience is the most important factor. Our aquariums are custom made to your specification. By improving the aquarium system and creating a better environment we reduce the numbers of fish that die prematurely 

The equipment used in our systems will reduce power consumtion in times of economic crises and enhance the environment by producing much needed oxygen levels. We don't just build aquariums we provide the full service. Design, Construction, Installation. We provide service and back up on all complete systems. We provide systems suitable for the total beginner to large custom built aquariums for the office/hotel/restaurant. All our systems are designed for low maintenance.

Overall, you should try coming as close as you can to their natural environment in the wild. This includes adjusting the temperature/environment, biological, and water quality in your saltwater aquarium setup. Your saltwater aquarium setup will begin before you actually bring your fish to their new home. You will need to condition the environment accordingly first.
Easy setting of Marine Aquarium do it Your-Self

Aquarium Design India saltwater aquarium set up, will focus on a fish only tank. This is where we do not have a live Reef living in tank. This will make our setup a little bit easier. Before starting, you will need to make some decision on what kind of fish you would like to keep in your saltwater aquarium setup. If this is your first time it would be wise to choose the hardiest fish you can find, as they will survive situations from inexperience that some of the more demanding fish might not. 
You will need a Fish tank, Filtration System, Substrates, Heater/Thermometer, power head, protein skimmer, water pump, and maybe air pump for your saltwater aquarium setup. 

Make sure to have a safe location for your tank that is not in direct sunlight or subject to fast changes in temperature. Do not forget that some maintenance will require accessing the back of the tank, so you want to be sure to leave some clearance behind. You will also want to be sure that your saltwater aquarium setup is not in the way of children and other pets. 
Remember your filtration system is not only the devices you add, but the whole tank environment as a whole. It effectively removes debris, as well as cycles dangerous Ammonia to dangerous Nitrite finally to Nitrate. Being less water, waste is not diluted. Make sure you have well-covered Biological, Mechanical, and Chemical filtration.
Add the water to the tank up to the desired level, and install your heaters, lights, thermometer, and other decorations. Bring all systems on in your saltwater aquarium setup and get the temperature to the level you want for the aquarium tank and your intended fish. 

You should then run the aquarium tank empty for a week or two before adding any fish to it. This time allows the aquarium to become more stable and get a working bacterial floral before you add fish. 

Now that your tank has been up and running for a week or two, you are ready to add your fish. Introduce the fish very slowly and carefully to allow them time to adept to the temperature, pH and salinity of their new home and your new saltwater aquarium setup. Below are
Recommended water parameters that can be used as a guideline for general marine tanks.

pH-8.2 to 8.4
Salinity - 1.023 to 1.026 (or 30.5 to 34.5 Specific Gravity (SG))
Calcium - 380-420
Alkalinity - 6 to 9 dKh (ideally 6.5 to 8.5 dKH) NSW levels
Magnesium - 1300 to 1350
Iodine - 0.04 to 0.06
Strontium - 8ppm or 8mg/l (NSW levels)
Potassium (K+) - 380-420
Nitrite - 0
Nitrate - less than 5
Phosphate - less than 0.01

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See Through Aquarium

 Tanks become the focal point of a room
A See-through wall marine aquarium incorporated into a partition wall. A simple solution to define an area without conflicting against the spaciousness of an open plan office space.  A relaxation zone of white serenity is further enhanced with the addition of two blue lit room divider tanks flanking its entrance. The mirrored back aquariums set the mood by maximising on the calming influence that an aquarium provides its on lookers. Think of an aquarium in your home as a piece of art. That's what an aquarium built by Aquarium design India is. Everyone who visits you will want to spend time in front of your aquarium. It will be the focal point of the entire house. It will be a source of conversation and enjoyment for all of those friends, relatives, or clients who come over to visit. A painting or sculpture can be beautiful, but not interactive. With an aquarium you get living, changing, active fish that you select to fit your environment. With an aquarium "You" select the colors and theme that "You" want. Its your home and your art.

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Plasma Photo Frame Aquarium

Bring beauty and life to your walls  
The Slim Picture Frame Aquarium is a dramatic and eye-catching addition to any room. Flush mounted as standard, the Picture Frame Fish Tank can be adapted to be In-WallAt Aquarium design India, we have a great selection of decorative wall-mounted aquariums that can turn any room into an art gallery. you can own an eye-catching, wall-mounted fish tank that will highlight and enhance any home or office.Thesestate-of-theart
PlasmaPictureFrameAquariums(Vedio) take up less space than conventional freshwater fish tanks and much easier to maintain. All of our plasma-mounted aquariums are sleek, stylish and seductive. These new sleekly-designed aquariums are beautiful to behold and will make any room look fabulous and save you valuable space! These stunning suspended aquariums wouldn't be out of place in a modern art museum. These wall mounted aquariums will add an atmosphere of life and sophistication . As the tank is fully mounted on the wall, there's no need for a stand or table, thus drawing the eye directly to the tank. The low profile of these aquariums match the modern look of plasma TV units. They can be mounted at any height keeping them at eye level and away from small pets. All necessary equipment is included and fully integrated behind the frame, leaving nothing but the natural beauty of the fish and water for the viewer. Various sizes and colours are available both in glass and acrylic versions.

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Free Standing Aquarium

Our Free standing aquariums are all based on two common principles: design and economy of space. They promise maximum impact in minimal square footage, and they deliver on both. This makes them ideally suited to a small, difficult space like a medical waiting room, a tight foyer or the corner of an executive office. If you have as little as 1 square foot to spare, you can bring the calming properties of a tropical fish tank to your space.
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Coffee Table Aquarium

 Coffee Table Aquarium in your living room might be a great idea to turn the area into a living, exciting place that you and your guests can enjoy. It would be fun sitting with a friend in the evening enjoying a friendly chat while watching the fish swimming gracefully by. The fluid movement so of those creatures can do wonders to eliminate stress and undue pressure from your daily life. If you find the ordinary coffee table to be too dull and lifeless, perhaps you might want to experience a new revolution that is fast growing in popularity. Coffee Table Aquarium might just be the answer you are looking for to create the kind of excitement, you want in your living room. Coffee Table Aquarium works more than just beautifying the area, it is a sheer statement of individuality of the owner and serves as a decorative item at the same time, This is a wonderful way to experience the beauty and wonders of the underwater world right in your living room. Most of these coffee tables aquarium come equipped with, everything you need to start your underwater ecosystem right away. The Lighting, filters and air pumps come installed or you simply need to perform a simple installation of those devices into your new coffee table aquarium. High quality coffee table aquarium kits will include everything you need to set up a beautiful habitat, right down to the decorative plants. All you have to add are the fish. These design features can provide you with years of enjoyment in what some aquarium owners describe as art coming alive.

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Planted Aquarium

Featuring live plants in your aquarium not only makes it more attractive, but is much healthier for your aquarium's inhabitants. Live plants provide your fish a natural food source with the ability to replenish. By far the biggest benefit that live plants provide for your aquarium is that they produce oxygen (O2) and absorb the carbon dioxide (CO2) and ammonia (NH3) that your fish generate. Live Plants(vedio) in your aquarium mimic the natural ecosystem, and may be one of the most beneficial ways to keep your fish healthy.

Plants provide shelter and security for the fish. Because they compete with algae for nutrients, they can help to reduce algae growth. Live plants enhance the appearance and provide a much more natural environment for the fish. By improving water quality and reducing stress, live plants are a great way to improve your fishes' health. Adding live plants, however, does not reduce the need for water changes. When selecting live plants, make sure that you select species that are truly submersible
When first beginning to use live plants in your aquarium, it is wise to choose a large amount of hardy species Once your aquarium is balanced, you can start including the more sensitive plant species.
Plant Selection & Placement Tips:
  • To create a natural-looking garden aquarium, add a broad variety of plant species. The visual effect is lush and beautiful.
  • While  foreground and background plants help define your composition, don't necessarily place only tall plants in back and short in front. Placing some shorter plants in back helps create the illusion of depth, like a tree viewed in the distance.
  • Don't forget the reds! A bold splash of a red against varied shades of green creates a dramatic visual focus. Red varieties of Ludwigia and Rotala  make great choices.
Aquascaping Tips

Caring for your maturing planted aquarium is both an art and a science. With the right technique and a creative eye, you too can enjoy the rewards of a beautifully sculpted garden. Here are some tips how:
  • Tall stem plants like Rotala Indica will begin to bend over at the surface if not pruned back. While this surface growth is ideal for bubble-nesting gouramis, it also shades the plants below from precious light.
  • Advantageous rooting plants can be pruned mid stem and replanted. Simply trim the bottom leaves of the cutting and place back into the substrate, using bendable plant weights if necessary to anchor. Replant with the same grouping for a fuller look, or experiment by interspersing these single cuttings among other established groupings.
  • Sometimes, a young plant that starts out looking fine in one location soon outgrows its space. To thin out, either cut and toss individual leaves or carefully pull out half the cluster by the roots and replant the extra in another location.
Regular pruning of tall background plants and the thinning out of mid- and foreground plants will provide your aquarium with a defined and clean composition. It's the hobbyist's pleasure to watch nature grow wild in this small world we tend to, always pruning, shaping, clipping, and replanting for new roots to take hold.

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Neon Tedras Aquarium

Live Natural Planted Aquarium with Neon Tedras      
Tetras are members of the Characidae family that can be recognized by the adipose fin, a small rounded fin between the dorsal fin and tail. These fish have several bones that join the inner ear and swim bladder, which enhances the hearing of these colorful fish.Tetras are found primarily in the streams and rivers of South America and Africa. Most tetras are active schooling fish that work well in the peaceful community aquarium. It is ideal to keep six or more fish of the same species in the aquarium. Many different schools of tetras can be maintained in the aquarium providing a unique display of color.

Tetras do best in a well-planted aquarium with moderate lighting. Species such as the  Neon Tetra and Cardinal tetra are among the most popular of all freshwater fish, adding a touch of brilliance and social interaction to the community aquarium.
The Neon Tetra is often described as the jewel of the aquarium hobby. It is easy to see why it is one of the most popular freshwater tropical fish. With their iridescent blue bodies and bright red tails, Paracheirodon innesi creates an exciting splash of color in any aquarium, especially when kept in schools of six or more.
Native to the clear water streams of South America, the Neon Tetra (Vedio) prefers densely planted systems with plenty of low light areas to hide. To best recreate its natural habitat, place rocks and driftwood amongst the plants for added areas of refuge. However, the Neon Tetra will tend to swim or remain suspended in the water column in schools to create a breathtaking display of color. Extremely peaceful, the Neon Tetra should be kept with similarly non-aggressive tankmates of a similar size.

This member of the Characidae family thrives in slightly acidic water with stable water parameters. To breed Neon Tetras, separate a pair into a "breeding tank" with no lighting at first, and gradually increase lighting until spawning occurs. Water hardness should be less than 4 dH and live foods such as mosquito larvae are great inducers. Be sure to remove the adults after the eggs have been laid, as the adults will eat them. The eggs should hatch within 30 hours.
Neon Tetras will accept many small foods such as brine shrimp or daphnia, Freeze-dried bloodworms and tubix micro pellet food, and a high quality flake food.
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Discus Aquarium

Discus originate in the mixed tropical waters of the Brazilian Amazon River of South America.The Amazon and its tributaries contain water described as either white, clear or black. It is in the areas where these waters "mix" that Discus(vedio)  are found.Today,the Discus is a favorite among experienced freshwater aquarists and does very well in planted aquariums.Because of their unique shape, temperament, and wide variety of beautiful colors, Discus Fish are considered to be the most desirable aquarium fish by many aquarists. Discus will often grow to be over 5" in diameter in an aquarium.Discus naturally live in water at a temperature of about 78 to 84 degrees F. with a pH of about 4.2 to 6 containing very little dissolved salt and minerals. Sometimes the pH is higher, but Discus prefer the warm rainwater of the rainforest.Discus eat small worms, crustaceans, insects, and some bits of plant matter. In aquariums it is best to feed them frozen or live brine shrimp, some frozen or live blood worms, and live Black Worms. Sometimes Discus will eat floating flake food, which is very beneficial.         
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Angle Fish Aquarium

The Angelfish is one of the most popular aquarium fish in the hobby, and is known by almost all fish keepers. Ideally suited to larger, moderately planted aquariums, angelfish can become prized specimens in the right environment. The name 'angelfish'relates to the fishes appearance rather than its nature, as being part of the cichlid family, its behaviour is sometimes far from angelic! Providing you are aware that angelfish can sometimes be a little aggressive, but not unmanageable, a pair or shoal of angelfish can make a great addition to a community aquarium. Although Angelfish are often recommended for planted aquariums, in the wild adults are usually found in areas with little vegetation and only the young fish, which form shoals, stick close to vegetated areas for protection. Re-creating roots and driftwood in a vertical fashion, using the majority of the aquariums height, creates an ideal environment, but if this is not possible, tall plants make a perfect substitution. Whilst sometimes referred to as a soft-water fish, natural conditions vary and angelfish can be kept in water with a pH ranging from 6 to 8. Hardness should ideally be between 5-15 dGH, and whilst angelfish can adapt to harder water, breeding may become more difficult. Angelfish also have a wider temperature range than some tropical fish, and can be kept anywhere between 24-30C (75-86F) Angelfish are natural predators, but they will become lazy if given a regular supply of food, so they will not usually harass smaller fish that they have been raised with. It is not wise however, to introduce small fish to an aquarium containing adult angels, since any unfamiliar fish small enough to eat will be quickly devoured. Whilst angelfish are not fussy eaters, and will readily eat dried foods, the addition of small meaty foods such as rich frozen or live foods like bloodworm will help to maintain ideal health, and even encourage spawning.

Since angelfish can easily grow to reach 15cm, and are natural predators, tiny fish are not good tank mates, but most medium sized and peaceful fish will mix well with angels. As mentioned earlier, aggression in angelfish is normally directed towards other angels, but in case of spawning activity, it is wise to make sure the aquarium has plenty of space, and that tank mates do not include any overly delicate fish of a similar shape. A single pair of angelfish can be kept in an aquarium measuring 75cm (2.5 feet) long, providing the aquarium is tall (45-60cm) and very lightly stocked. Otherwise, a 120cm (4 feet) long aquarium is a minimum size for two adult pairs to allow sufficient space in case of spawning. Angels are hardy species, but many fish keepers have had losses when introducing angels to new aquariums, so avoid introducing the fish to aquariums less than two or three months old. Otherwise, the angelfish is a fish full of character and should make a good addition to any reasonably sized community aquarium.
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Chiclid Aquarium

Cichlids are a diverse group of fish often referred to as South or Central American Cichlids.American Cichlids are a hardy, easy to care for fish species that add brilliant color to the freshwater aquarium. Cichlids have become popular as aquarium species since it is such a large and diverse family. Virtually every aquarist can find a cichlid suitable for his or her experience level, aquarium size and preferences. Even a small 10 gallon aquarium can house some of the smaller cichlids with a minimum of equipment. Cichlids are not only beautiful to look at, they will also show a long range of fascination behaviours if they are kept in suitable aquarium where they can display their natural habits. Many cichlid keepers insist that their cichlids all develop different personalities and characteristics, just like a dog or a cat would. Another reason behind the cichlid's popularity is the fact that many species can be successfully bred in aquariums. Cichlids are caring parents and will care four there young. Depending on species, the male, the female or both parents will care for egg and/or fry- sometimes even by letting the offspring grow up inside the mouth of a parent!

The smallest cichlids, such as Apistrogramma cichlids, grow no larger than 3 centimetres, while the largest cichlids, e.g. Boulengerochromis cichlids, can exceed one metre. The body shapes of the cichlid species include everything from very compressed bodies to extremely elongated ones. Some shared characteristics are the distinctive shape of one of the otoliths (a calcium carbonate structure located in the inner ear of the fish) and fact teeth are found in both the upper and the lower jaw, as well as in the throat. Unlike all other known fish, except the damselfish, the cichlids have just one single nostril. Cichlids also differ from other fish by their small intestine that exits the stomach from the left side instead of the right side. 

Aquarists commonly divide the popular aquarium species into three main groups: American cichlids, African cichlids and Asian cichlids. The first group is often divided into four sub-categories: Large cichlids (e.g. Eartheaters and Heroines), Convict cichlids, Dwarf cichlids and Other cichlids. The group "other cichlids" contains two very popular cichlids-Angelfish and Discus. The African cichlid group is made up by Rift Valley cichlids, Tilapias and Other African cichlids. The Rift Valley cichlids are separated into four groups depending on their native home: Lake Malawi cichlids, Lake Tanganyika cichlids, Lake Victoria cichlids, and cichlids from Lake Rudolph and other rift valley cichlids.
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Vasthu Feng Shui Aquarium

Vastu means the dwelling of humans & Gods. Vaastu shastra is an ancient science which helps one to get the natural benefits freely offered by the five basic elements of the universe in which we all live. These basic elements are Akash (SKY), Prithvi (EARTH), Paani (WATER), Agni (FIRE), and Vayu (WIND). Vastu Shastra can be applied by keeping in harmony with these basic five elements of nature. Vaastu Shastra is an edifice science that was developed by our learned people thousands of years ago. Its application today is purely architectural and its principles are based on becoming one with nature. 
Now a days majority of the houses/flats are not constructed with correct Vaastu resulting major loss to the owner. To derive best financial benefits, keeping aquarium is one of the best remedy. To drive away the evil effects and enhance good luck in the house, Aquarium is one of the best ways. 
Feng shui aquariums are a beautiful and potent feng shui cure  to attract the energy of wealth and abundance. Placed right, and taken care of wisely, they will amplify the energy in any home or office and attract more Wealth  
Aquariums are auspicious because they bring a harmonious combination of several wealth attracting feng shui factors, as well as a perfect balance of all 5 feng shui elements.In feng shui terms, moving water brings prosperity and good luck to the home. Water fountains and aquariums are great feng shui enhancements because they are at the same time soothing and energizing. The sound and motion of gurgling water activates chi and adds humidity to a dry room, helping to balance chi. Moving water gets things going when the chi has been stagnant for a while (think of ice melting in the spring). Use moving water cures anywhere you want to enhance water or wood energy.  Aquariums are beneficial to place in the North, East and North-East of living room. The faults related to north-west corner can be corrected by putting an aquarium.

Arowana are rare and noble fish that bear a close resemblance to the traditional Dragon of Ancient china. It is believed to be auspicious and symbolises strength, prosperity, luck and wealth - and provides any aquarist with good Feng Shui. Re nown across Asia for their symbol of wealth, these fish have a life span in excess of 20 years, and are a beautiful investment for the perfect tank.
        The value of the fish is determined by a number of factors:
Colour the definition and contrast of the colour increases the value, the more unusual combination and the more striking the colours the greater the value.
Depth of colour, the more of the body that is coloured the greater the value.
Dimensions, as always the proportions and size of the fish effect the value.
Blemishes, sunburn, marks, cuts, bites etc reduce the price of the fish.
The Asian Arowana is considered auspicious by many, as well as being a symbol of wealth and stature. They embody several Feng Sui concepts of the Dragon complemented by Water bringing luck and tranquillity to the owner.

The Dragon Fish in Feng Sui
The Fish itself has a number of characteristics that fit within the principals of Feng Sui. The large scales and their colouring of Red or Golden demonstrate the existence of wealth and success. Being such a noble and dominant fish it also presents the character of strength and success which can be reflected on the owner. The large mouth that only collects food from the surface show how the fish can engulf success from above and draw it in for the owner.

Water is a place where chi gathers, it is naturally a source of yin energy containing an "auspicious" fish such as an Arowana e balances the yang and helps to dispel any negative energy in the household or office.

Also because the fish is so naturally effected by magnetic fields it is in keeping with the feng sui principals also based around the worlds magnetism and polarities.
The Flower Horn fish is considered by the Chinese as the most auspicious fish that is developed by aquarists to date (much to the frowns of many Western purists). Its every characteristic is somehow related to prosperity, health and wealth, to the owners of the fish, of course! The nuchal hump, the colour, the aggression, the so-called "pearls", etc is much sought after. For the bigger, the brighter or more active fish believes to tell directly on the owner's level of abundance. So, how do you select the best fish?
The forehead or "Nuchal Hump" of the Flower Horn fish is the main focus of attraction of the Flower Horn fish and is much sought after. After all, the main reason (among others) that this fish is so popular is because of its unique feature: the head!
A fully developed forehead, which is round and tender, is a symbol of luck, prosperity, longevity and happiness. It enhances the glory of its owner. A huge and beautiful forehead that harmonizes with its body qualifies it to be a fish of choice.
Some even believe that as the head grows bigger and bigger, so does the level of prosperity to the owner! A fully developed forehead decorated with evenly spread red spots is more preferred. Such a forehead is called "li-zhi" forehead resembling the auspiscious Chinese fruit : Lychee!
The colour on the fish should be naturally pleasing yet intense enough to generate excitement. The more varied and intense the colours, the more outstanding the fish will be. The base colour of the fish should not be pale and dull.
Nowadays, the Flower Horn fish possess lots of shimmering/luminiscent scales or so-called "pearls". There are generally 2 colours on the "pearls": blue and green. Some "pearls" are by patches, like an armour and some are bright dots like stars in the sky. These "pearls" add more spectrum of colors and shine to the fish and is a considered a "must-have" on the latest Flower Horn fishes. The most auspiscious gem for generations of Chinese must be pearls, hence, the more "pearls" on the body of the fish, the better!
Among the numerous strains of flower horn, those which are most active or responsive to people are most interesting.
The Flower Horn fish is an aggressive and territorial type of fish and will chase away any intruder to its territory. Because of this nature, early owners of the fish started "playing" with their fishes by training their pet to follow their hands. This is done by gently swaying the hands OUTSIDE the tank and letting the fish follow the fingers. If this is done correctly, the fish can be trained to do "loop-the-loop" or "topsy-turvy"!
A healthy fish will naturally chase away any intruders to its territory and the more active the fish is, the more interesting it is to "play with it", thus the more form or responsiveness.
One of the many interesting aspects of the Flower Horn fish is the black horizontal markings on its body. Many early hobbyists have hit jackpots or strike lottos/lottery by buying the numbers supposedly seen on these black markings. What actually stemmed from a lucky play of imagination (just like imagining an animal-like figure from cloud formations) resulted in a belief system that the Flower Horn fish is auspiscous and brings luck to its owners.Some markings even resembles lucky Chinese characters and this fetch a very high price for its owner!
This belief still prevails till today, so most hobbyists regards that the more the black marking on the fish, the better. A general idea is that if the marking extends from the base of the tail to the middle of the fish's body, it is A grade. Anything lesser than that, is B grade or C. If the marking fully extends to its gill cover, the fish is of AA or double A quality. Sometimes there are verticle black markings that extends right up to the dorsal fins and that is called double-row marking. Some people do not like this because in their opinion, the fish is dark or "dirty" in colour.
Anyway, it is almost near impossible to find the perfect fish which is double A grade and have beautiful colours and big head. These types are considered show quality or competition level fish and is very rarely found. Most of the times, if the colour and the head of the fish is good, a good marking is oftentimes not necessarily a must-have

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Cascade Pond

 Many homeowners enjoy sitting in their yards, enjoying the relaxing sound of water flowing over their pond's waterfall. There are many styles and types of cascade ponds and waterfalls. Many cascade ponds have multiple levels that cascade water in several locations with several pond reservoirs to stock with plants and fish.Several styles of pond can be arranged into cascade arrangements with waterfall setups. Preformed ponds can be purchased from lawn and garden stores, or landscaping specialists can design customized concrete ponds and cascades. Many styles of concrete pond can be made to look incredibly similar to natural waterfalls. Concrete can be poured to look like rocks and other natural elements.Due to the constant running water, many pond cascades are the perfect setting for a variety of plants and fish. Many species of fish enjoy a strong current of water and thrive in systems that contain this. Running water will also keep algae at bay and spread nutrients around, which will help plants to grow.

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Marine Aquarium Scaping

A new trend in Aquarium keeping hobby for today's enthusiasts Marine life on a reefis very colorful and diverse. Building an artificial reef in your aquarium is not only veryexciting but is also a wonderful learning. An artificial reef is more than just a collection of colorful marine life. There is no doubt that marine aquariums can be incredibly spectacular. The range of brightly coloured saltwater fish and corals can be used to recreate amazing miniature reefs. Marine aquarists typically divide saltwater aquariums into those housing fish only, those housing fish with live rock, and those primarily designed to house corals
and other invertebrates (also known as reef aquariums). Many fish hobbyists also divide the types of saltwater tanks based on the water temperatures at which they are kept. Conditions have to mimic a natural reef in order for your Artificial Reef(Vedio) to thrive. Marine Fish are passionate and amazing to look at keeping the hobbyists as crazy over it as with its simple nature of attraction; its colour patterns, elegant swimming styles, hi-tech body shapes, and admirable behaviors remain distinguishing features over freshwater fish.
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Fresh Water Aquascaping

There is nothing like the calming sound of water. The term aquascape is used to describe the aquarium hobby of arranging aquarium plants and other features such as rocks, driftwood, and other natural decorations and ornaments into a beautiful picture. There are endless ways to go about the task of  aquascaping(Vedio), but that's half the fun! Many people start by having a few random aquarium plants, but then get the urge to try to artfully arrange them into a more aesthetically pleasing view. Thus, the hobbyist becomes an aquarium aquascaper! Are you ready to start landscaping your fish tank? Just imagine tranforming your backyard into a natural paradise with a water garden, this not only creates lovely sounds but also attracts butterflies, birds, and pond life. Whether you have a large yard or a small balcony, you can enjoy the beautiful sights and sounds of a water feature. Let your imagination run wild as you envision how to integrate a water garden into your outdoor space. Picture an arched redwood bridge over a gently moving stream or water falling over natural-looking faux rocks. Imagine water lilies blooming in your garden pond, goldfish swimming around, and frogs jumping from lily pad to lily pad. Your water garden will give you and your guests hours of relaxation and pleasure. You won't have to invite people over; they'll be inviting themselves over to sit by your pond and watch the natural world as it passes by. 
A Dutch style aquascape is a lush arrangement of plants, often containing a diverse arrangement of leaf colours, sizes and textures. This can be compared to how terrestrial plants are shown in a flower garden and is immediately striking to the beholder. This style attempts to emphasize plants situated at difference heights and on different terraces in the tank. When a strong contrast is used, such as a prominent red leaves with green, this can be exceptionally striking. Particularly, this style of aquascape may be useful to consider if you are keeping an aquarium where 80% or more of the bottom of the tank will be covered with plants. Dutch aquascapes also feature more colorful aquatic plants. They can be likened to a well kept garden, where all the plants are arranged with a purpose and kept well trimmed and defined. It may not be the most natural looking, but it is extremely beautiful and visually interesting. A significant hardscape (rock and/or driftwood) is usually not present or visible. Color, contrast, and the beauty of the individual plants is paramount.
The Nature aquarium style was pioneered by Takashi Amano in the last decade. The style of this type of aquascape is very much focused on nature and imitating both natural landscapes and snapshots of natural environments. This means that a Nature style aquascape can look like a miniature version of a mountain range with tree lined slopes, or like a scene under the surface of a small river. Natural aquascaping is governed by a handful of principles in its mimicry of natural environments. Asymmetrical arrangements of plants are accompanied by carefully placed rocks, stones or driftwood. The Iwagumi system sets a series of rules which govern rock placement, where the main stone of the aquarium is located to the left or right of the aquarium's center. Plants with small leaves are often prominently displayed in this kind of tank and Java Moss, which is a good addition due to its ease of growth, is quite common. Freshwater shrimp and fish are frequently used to contrast the hardscape and to control algae. So if you are a person who loves the extremeties of nature why not own one in your aquarium now?
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Gift Aquarium Bowl

Elegant  glass bowl aquarium with compact  latest LED lighting
*Ultra-thin LED lighting arm adds brilliant shimmer to modern aquarium design
*Style, simplicity PLUS hobby-friendly features appeal to any aquarium lifestyle

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DeskTop Aquarium

Keep Aquarium care elegantly simple with the latest aquarium technology.                                                                                             ADI Desktop Aquarium returns to the basics to emphasize what we love most about aquariums - effortless beauty.Smaller, more efficient filtration and lighting systems are employed for set up ease and to preserve the minimalist design of the rimless 35.liter glass aquarium. 

Tank dimensions: 12" x 12" x 15" high
Tank volume: 35.liters
Light spectrum: 12K White & 453nm Actinic Blue
Total watts: 9 watts
Pump flow rate: 80 gph/300 lph

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