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An aquarium (plural aquariums or aquaria) is a vivarium consisting of at least one transparent side in which water-dwelling plants or animals are kept. Fish keepers use aquaria to keep fish, invertebrates, amphibians, marine mammals, and aquatic plants. The term combines the Latin root aqua, meaning water, with the suffix -arium, meaning "a place for relating to"

An aquarist owns or maintains an aquarium, typically constructed of glass or high-strength plastic. Cuboid aquaria are also known as fish tanks or simply tanks, while bowl-shaped aquaria are also known as fish bowls. Size can range from a small glass bowl to immense public aquaria. Specialised equipment maintains appropriate water quality and other characteristics suitable for the aquarium's residents.

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Brachydanio Albolineatus, Rerio, Nigrofasciatus, etc, are common aquarium fishes, which the Brachydanio Albolineatus is commonly named the Gold Danio or Pearl Danio

Danio comes from Sumatra or India and grows 2 inches in size. This slim Jim fish has a reasonably pressed figure, which its shimmering body makes it the Mother of Pearls, look-alike. Brachydanio Albolineatus come in a variety of colors, including blue, green, red, yellow, etc. 

The fish is calm and quiet in nature, and lives well in communal tanks. The Danio is one of the smarter fishes, which prefers to live in plant-y waters. The fish also prefers darker gravel, rather than lighter colored gravel. 

If you add lights to your aquarium, make sure the light is situated so that it targets the front of the fish. The fish feeds and expects water conditions similar to the Rerio breed. 

The males are distinguished by their slimmer and colorful body. The fish breed in the same way as the Brachydanio Rerio.

Brachydanio Rerio common referred to as Zebra Danio comes from the Eastern areas of India. The slim, small fish only grows around 1 inches in size. These fellers are noted for their cylinder shaped body and appealing golden stripes, silver, and bluish black stripes. 

Rerios are smart fish, which prefer a calm and peaceful atmosphere. The fish will feed on all foods and has no high expectations on water conditions. The female Rerio is thicker than the male counterpart is. If you are looking for breeding fish, then the Rerio is the choice of fish. You must protect the eggs however, since the Rerio will feast on its own fry.

How to breed

To breed Rerio fish, it is recommended that you apply a half-inch diameter or 1 inch coating of pebbles at the bottom of the tank. The waters depth should not succeed 3 inches. In addition, the longer tanks are ideal for the Rerio. Fry eat infusoria once they are born. In addition, the water temperature should remain at 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Various other methods are used in breeding the Rerio.

Brachydanio Nigrofasciatus is the Spotted Danio, which derives from India or Burma. The fish grows 1 inches in size, and its shape is similar to the Brachydanio Rerio. This fish expects the same water conditions and food as that of the Brachydanio Rerio. As for breeding, you will use the same method, however spawning is a bit more dramatic.

Danio Aequipinnatus is the Giant Danio, which derived from the western coast of India around Malabar. The fish is also found in Ceylon. This fish grows 4 inches in size. The silver colored fish often has a yellow and blue top to bottom stripe, which when the fish is breed it will change its color to a rosy shade. This particular species are harder to net, therefore learn handling instructions to properly, net the fish. 

In addition, this fish can hang with the big boys in communal tanks, yet the fish are a bit fidgety in nature. This fish group is of the greedy group, since it has an enormous appetite and is not fidgety when it comes to eat.

Danio Aequipinnatus is not place high demands on water conditions, yet the fish seem to attract well in neutral or reasonably hard water. The fish also attract well to reasonably alkalinity water. The fish also covets larger tanks. The water temperature should remain at 80 degrees Fahrenheit. 

This specimen produces semi-adhesive eggs, which generally fry in 3 days. 
Finally, the Aequipinnatus enjoy pebbles at the bottom of the tank when spawning as well.

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