What type of freshwater fish are good for getting rid of mosquitoes?
The fish genus Gambusia are commonly used to kill mosquitos.
Freshwater fish. Google 'freshwater fish species' and you should get some good ones.
Yes, all Rasboras are freshwater fish. They are a good beginner's fish for a new aquarium.
It is just as good as a human that are not blind
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There are several fresh water fish that are 10 inches long, trout is a good example.
One really good place to buy fish online either being saltwater or freshwater they have information to tell you about what type of fish it is. So it is also a place to fins information about fish being saltwater or freshwater or inverts.
Of course. Something like 99.9% of freshwater fish are edible. The issue is whether they taste any good. :-)
Really any fish that's freshwater. They all require the same amount of care.
mosquitoes are good because they eat are left overs
I need some good fish names, I'm getting a fish tank and I want tropical fish names.
the marine fish would pretty much suffocate and die. so putting marine fish in fresh water is not a good idea.
Good question. I have no idea but if someone knows they'll help you out
Usually, fish turn on right before an approaching storm front.
In my freshwater tanks in the past, I've used duckweed (floating), hornwort (floating), or foxtail (which is a rooted plant). See the Related Links for good pictures.
Depends what kind of fish. If it's a freshwater fish, tap water from a faucet that has a water filter in it is good. If it's a saltwater fish, buy sea salt and mix in the right proportions to filtered tap water.
Goldfish need clean fresh water. It is also a good idea to put Stress Coat and Stress Zyme in. The type of water goldfish need is freshwater because they are freshwater fish.
no cuz they are freshwater fish and have adopted to live in freshwater so if they were to be moved to the ocean ,saltwater, they would die in a matter of secs cuz of not being able to adapt thanx good question!
A good rule of thumb is to feed only as much as the fish will eat in 15 mins once daily. Another good basic rule is 'Never ever leave uneaten food in an aquarium'
It depends on how big the tank is, It also depends on what kind of fish it is. Certain fish need a good amount of water freshwater or not . Try measuring the tank and asking an expert how much it needs.
Freshwater fishing is easy and fun to do when near a fresh water source. Some good tips would include: Make sure the fish cannot see you or your shadow, Make your your pole is not moving and you do not make a lot of noise.
Catfish, trout, sunfish like bluegill, crappy, tilapia, white bass, white perch.
Largemouth bass, bluegill, catfish, redear sunfish, goldfish, carp, crappie, warmouth, green sunfish.
Possibly= these extremely carnivorous fish- pit bulls of the freshwater- are in many cases ILLEGAL as aquarium pets- and for good reason. By the way they are not sharks and are not related to the Squaliformes.
good about fish: big eyes, no homework, freedom bad " " : getting eaten by non-vegitarians
Get a plecostomous fish for your tank they live off algae or you can buy all different kinds of algae control tablets/liquid from any good aquarium.
In oder to really answer that, I'd need more info? What kind of fish? What kind of substrate (gravel)?
Only if they are not black.
Yes, any small fish can live in a fish bowl, however i do not recommend it. Also keep in mind what type of water this particular puffer fish lives in, freshwater, saltwater. I would suggest a dwarf puffer and a small filter/ heater to keep it healthy. Good luck!
Mosquitoes are eaten by animals such as bats, and without them those animals might come extinct. They also can clean pollution out of water as a baby. Get more info at google search what good do mosquitoes do to us? Hope you liked my answer.
Worms, minnows, small fish, chicken livers, hot dog chunks all are good catfish bait.
No, definitely not. Saltwater and freshwater fish are adapted to totally different conditions, and so they can't live together in the same aquarium. Both freshwater and saltwater fish have a certain concentration of salt in their cells. This concentration is very similar between fresh and saltwater fish. This concentration lies somewhere between that of freshwater (which contains, by definition, no detectable salt) and seawater. The natural process of osmosis is the movement of water from… Read More
Danios or glofish would be a good fish to put in the tank. They are schooling fish which means you would need at least three and I wouldn't put more than 5 in a ten gallon tank.
Lemon Eucalyptus Essential oil can be used in a diffuser or applied to the body to repel mosquitoes. If you plan to apply it to the body, mix with a carrier oil (olive or sunflower are good household options) essential oils are strong and can irritate the skin if not blended.
WHAT THEY EAT: Vegetation, dead worms, small fish, and craw-dead's. :) WHERE THEY MOSTLY LIVE AT: Ponds, Lakes, Freshwater, Rivers, Streams, and if you catch or buy them you can put them in a fish tank if your guardian agrees. WHAT THEY DO: They lay eggs, eat, drink water, and sleep. (: WHAT ARE THEY: They are cold-blooded, pretty ugly, and swim a lot. WHAT THEY HAVE: Gills, Scales, little eyes, and some can be… Read More
No, they will freeze to death and die, unless it is a saltwater pool, in which case they will only die if they are freshwater fish. Still, it is not a good idea. The filter will get clogged with their feces and there will be no ecosystem, unless you feed them daily.
No! Well, that depends on what you mean by a fishbowl. If you literally mean a bowl with marbles and water like you would use for a goldfish or a betta, no. If you mean an aquarium with plants and an actual heater and filter, then yes. Hatchet fish make good freshwater aquarium fish.
As freshwater is essential for the survival of humans, the gods and goddesses which humans worship often are protectors and providers of freshwater.
Mosquito larvae are important food for fish and other predatory aquatic animals. Adult mosquitoes are also important food for birds, bats and other arthropods, including dragonflies and spiders.
That is a good question! Mosquitoes do not die from the diseases they carry. Otherwise the would not get chance to transmit the diseases they carry.
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You fish for it at Ever Grande city after getting either the good rod or the super rod.
Yes, but depends on the species, just like it does in salt water fish. Just because you can't see a fishes teeth doesnt mean it doesnt have any. Many fish have what are called phyringial teeth, which means they are set further back in their mouths/throat. Carp are a good example of a fish having this sort of dental arrangement. Good examples of freshwater fish with prominent teeth are piranah's, gar, pike etc!
Freshwater fish may swallow a mouthful of water occasionally, but they absorb pretty much all the water they need through their skin. Saltwater fish just don't swallow any water because, by some miracle, they can process in their tiny brains that saltwater isn't good for them. Their skin filters out the salt.
It kills mosquitoes. And snow looks pretty.
Lack of oxygen in the water. The fish is gasping for breath. Besides, no freshwater should be kept in a bowl with no filtration (except for a betta) Bettas need good clean water too. The purpose of filtration in aquaria is to use bacteria to convert the dangerous byproducts of aquatic life in water. Those deadly poisons are ammonia and nitrite. They are converted aerobically into relatively harmless nitrate.
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If it is heavily planted and you are a good aquarist and can feed a lot and keep up with water changes then you can have hundreds of smaller fish in that tank. If they are larger or grow to be larger fish (4" - 9") moving space becomes an issue and about 5 - 10 give or take would be a good amount. If it is minimally planted or you are not into good… Read More
It would be a silly thing to consider let alone actually do it. Fiddler crabs are from a marine environment so it would do them no good at all to be placed in fresh water.
Most likely a Betta if it's freshwater, because they have an organ called the Labyrinth that allows them to thrive in small tanks. You can also have a goldfish, but it won't be very happy.