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This Week's Video
This week's video shows a beautiful, healthy, energetic Longnose Hawkfish, which is a saltwater fish. Tom and Nevin will probably talk about this fish and this video during this week's Pet Fish Talk Show. You are invited to call during the show and talk about this fish, this aquarium, or anything else fishy. Click here to buy a wide variety of saltwater fish.
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Another Picture of a Serpae Tetra
These are more pictures of the Serpae Tetras that live in Tom's Angelfish Aquarium. These Serpae are about 1.25" long. These pictures are greatly enlarged. The Serpae in the top picture is probably a female, and the Serpaes in the picture just above are probably males. Serpaes are very good aquarium fish, even though they often circle each other and sometimes take bites out of each other's fins.
Another Picture of a Clown Loach
This is another picture of a Clown Loach that lives in a group of Clown Loaches in Tom's aquarium. This fish is now about 4" long with very good coloration and lots of energy. It love to swim and hide among the ceramic driftwood ornaments.
An Adult Male Silver Angelfish
This is another picture of Tom's big male Silver Angelfish. Tom has watched him spawn, so he knows this is a male. Tom has noticed that all of his males now have a forks in their pelvic fins, as shown in this picture, but Tom's females do not. All of Tom's big mature male Angelfish also have noticeable bumps on their heads above their eyes, and the females do not. But younger male Angels may not show these secondary gender characteristics.
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