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Favourites: nano tank by Volker Jochum

Only 6 weeks old set up. Nice carpet and super bright red rotala! There must be a powerful bulb on the lighting

It’s a 24W 8.000k Dennerle Scaper’s Light ;)

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fuckyeahaquaria:

Emerald Dwarf Rasbora | Danio erythromicron

(by Peter M4)

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fuckyeahaquaria:

Celestial Pearl Danio | Danio margaritatus

(by Peter M4)

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rhamphotheca:

The Improbable—but True—Evolutionary Tale of Flatfishes

by Ferris Jabr

Every summer there’s a snowfall in the sea. Instead of drifting down, it falls up, and rather than flakes of ice, it’s made of innumerable diaphanous eggs that rise from the bottom of the ocean to the surface. There, they hatch into baby flatfish, each no larger than a pinhead.

For the first few weeks of life, they look and act like typical fish fry, swimming upright through sun-dappled waters, darting after plankton. Soon enough, though, these young flatfish lose all semblance of normalcy during one of the most difficult puberties of any animal on the planet.

As a larval flatfish begins its passage into adulthood, it does not merely experience uneven growth spurts and mood swings. Rather, it changes from a cute, symmetrical little fish into a total anatomical disaster…

(read more: Nova Next - PBS)

photos: Jayvee Fernandez/Flickr, NOAA Fisheries West Coast/Flickr, Josh More/Flickr

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izzy-the-fish-girl:

Woah! Just hit 1900 followers! Only 100 more until my international giveaway!

izzy-the-fish-girl:

Red Tibee Shrimp (by Shrimp Daddy)

fuckyeahaquaria:

Mosquito Rasbora | Boraras brigittae

(by Find The Apex)

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Looking to get a Free Ecoxotic E-series? they aren’t cheap but Current USA & Ecoxotic is having a small forum giveaway.Check out their forum post here on how to enter.

Ecoxotic E-Series Giveaway

Photography credits: Brian_Cali77

aquarium44:

Endless list of favorite aquatic plants: 3/*

→ Rotala macrandra ‘butterfly’

(photos © by flowgrow.de (first picture) and BarrReport.com (second picture)

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