Each Aquarium on the scalar exotic fish values with bright colors is one of the most popular aquarium fish at all. Sure this is his exceptional form with the gliding and its infinite variety of colors and drawing. He has been known since 1823. The founding fathers of our modern, bred for the Aquarium scalars repopulate the Amazons. Many of our well-known aquarium fish, for example the neon comes from these waters by the way. It is advisable however no neons and scalars to hold together in the Aquarium, because the scalar is right out of a predator.
And this little gem at the top on his menu. In nature, which escape the scalar, neons that you occur in large shoals and confuse so the big scalar. This is by the way, himself a master of disguise. Often it is found slender mackerel. If he is quiet with this drawing between the plants you hardly noticed him.
The scalar is easy to maintain, and all in all very frugal. Not much Aquarium accessories is required to This beautiful ornamental fish to keep. If the circumstances are a pair of scalar will soon begin the breeding. The female looking for a slightly hidden location sheet, which cleans it and then lays its eggs on it. This sticking to the blade. The male will then wobble his seed over the distribution. In the aftermath, the two parents are fan alternately fresh water to the journal while the other parent to protect the brood against predators. Soon, there will be many small scalars, seeking protection in the mouth of the mother at risk in the first few days. The scalar is so easily to stationary, cheaper warmwater fish, which also a magnificent look of his own calls and a representative size. These properties and also its patterns make it a very popular fish for the domestic hot water aquarium, especially since so many animals in the Aquarium are from the environment of the scalar, the Amazon. Incidentally, there is scalar for any pool size. The smallest are grown just 4 cm tall, while the Giants in the home Aquarium at 30 cm height and more to make it. Christian Nielsen photo: Roxana / pixelio.