Bleher’s Biotopes – Angelfish

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Bleher’s Biotopes in Nature and in Aquaria

Biotope: Angelfish

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Almost everyone who starts maintaining an aquarium sooner or later becomes aware of the angelfish. It is – and always has been – a majestic creature, an (almost) indispensable adornment for any underwater landscape…

Text: Heiko Bleher

Photos: Heiko Bleher and Natasha Khardina

Language-Langue: English – Français

 

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Bleher’s Biotopes in Nature and in Aquaria

Biotope: Angelfish

The angelfish aquarium

Almost everyone who starts maintaining an aquarium sooner or later becomes aware of the angelfish. It is – and always has been – a majestic creature, an (almost) indispensable adornment for any underwater landscape.  Its elegance, its extremely long fins (present in all but a few cultivated forms), jerky swimming movements, inquisitive look, and its constantly repeated search (in adults) for a nice big leaf (or undisturbed spot on the aquarium glass) on which to lay its eggs, all provide endless fascination. Likewise the way two individuals sometimes face up to each other with widespread fins, as if in rivalry, is a real wow. This is, however, not actual aggressive behaviour, as these are truly the most peaceful of fishes – like discus, their close relatives, often found together with the angelfish in nature. (But P. altum and P. leopoldi are not found with discus in nature.)…

Text: Heiko Bleher

Photos: Heiko Bleher and Natasha Khardina

pp. 110-113

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Language-Langue: English – Français

 

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