The pages will be divided into seperate sections geared to all hobbyist. They will
feature a brief description of the most commonly kept major
fish families. There will also be a monthly changing page
with detailed descriptions of individual fishes, dealing
from their native habitat to their up-keep in a home
aquarium. This page will feature fish not only from the
profiled families, but from the complete Genera of fishes.
I will also have a generalized overview on the tank
conditions needed for spawning. Any case specific breeding
methods will be covered in the detailed fish descriptions.
A large fish index section will have quick information and
pictures on many of todays favorite fish in an easy to
read table format.
Want some quick information on a fish? Visit my Fish statistics page, it has pictures and statistics for over one-hundred and fifty fish!
Links that contain relevant information will be found at the bottom of each page. Please visit the acknowledgment page to see who helped make this site possible. Please take a few minutes and fill out the Pet shop form, so we all may benefit from your experiences.
My qualifications; I have been involved in the tropical fish hobby for over twenty years, starting with the obligatory twenty gallon community setup. Over the years I have kept almost every kind of fish, in setups ranging from community to Biotope to saltwater mini-reef systems.
My "fish room" had a high of twenty tanks ranging in sizes
from five to fifty-five gallons, with different breeding
home made wet-dry filtration systems. I am currently
running a twenty nine gallon Lake
Malawi Mbuna Biotope, a forty gallon live plant,
community setup, a fifteen gallon salt water mini-reef and
a ten gallon Neon tank.