The Brazilian cynolebias
The male Brazilian cynolebias has a length of up to 3.5 cm, and the female 2.5 to 3 cm of the male in the upper body: dark olive, in middle and bottom: bright red – brown, with transverse stripes. The body and fins of the fish covered with white dots. The female of cynolebias brownish – olive colour, with pale spots and stripes.
Cynolebias Brazilian, goldfish do not swim, Valuehost was covered with white spots, Cynolebias the incubation period
The Brazilian cynolebias enough moving fish that prefers solitude, has a relatively peaceful nature, swims in the middle and lower layers of the aquarium.
Males of Brazilian cynolebias bigger and brighter than the females.
For the content of selected Brazilian cynolebias the aquarium at a rate of 10 liters per pair of fish. Water parameters to cynolebias: temperature 20 – 22°C; the hardness of 4 dH to 15°; pH 6 – 7. Males of cynolebias bad get along with each other. Being in a community tank, even feeling hungry, they can’t swim out of the shelters, if the feed contains large fish of other species. So for peace and tranquility, it is desirable to contain cynolebias Brazilian species in the aquarium.
The Brazilian cynolebias mainly eats any live food.
The Brazilian cynolebias lays eggs in the peat layer, the depth of the size of the fish. Peat crumb renders good digestion and flushing until clear water. Before spawning, the fish need plenty of feed to support them, and dim lighting. The ratio of fish to spawning: one male has 2 to 3 females. Cynolebias dive into the turf, and there the female lays about 30 eggs. Peat crumb with caviar dried and stored at t=20 -24°C, periodically proveravati, that would not prevent the formation of mold. The caviar cynolebias undergoes an incubation period of 1 -2 months. Then the peat with ripe berries and pour fresh soft water. Larvae hatch within a few hours. Larvae appeared in early live feed dust, rotifers.
Cynolebias the incubation period. Fish swim badly.