Recommended Water Hardness

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List Of Freshwater Aquarium Fish Species - Cyprinids
... Barbs Common name Taxonomy Picture Size Tank Type Care Level Remarks Temp Range Acceptable pH Recommended water hardness Arulius barb Puntius arulius 12 cm. 36 cm (14 in) This species is much larger than most other barbs Cold-water cyprinids Common name Taxonomy Picture Size Tank Type Care Level Remarks Temp Range Acceptable pH ... Size Tank Type Care Level Remarks Temp Range Acceptable pH Recommended water hardness Bengal danio, Sind danio Danio devario Giant danio Devario aequipinnatus Malabar danio ...
List Of Freshwater Aquarium Fish Species - Loaches and Related Cypriniformes
... Common name Taxonomy Picture Size Tank Type Care Level Remarks Temp Range Acceptable pH Recommended water hardness Southern platy Xiphophorus maculatus Community/Specie ... Care Level Remarks Temp Range Acceptable pH Recommended water hardness Chinese high fin banded shark Myxocyprinus asiaticus 90+ cm (36+ in) Goldfish/Large Pond ...

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