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how to keep Heros severus fish in an aquarium

how to keep Heros severus fish in an aquarium.







Heros severus fish seen from its appearance, suitable to be kept in an aquarium. Heros severus fish have attractive colors and shapes.

Heros severus fish breed by laying eggs, these fish like the environment with a moderate level of lighting.


for fish hobbyists if you want to keep Heros severus fish in an aquarium, there are a number of things to note, namely:


1. In an aquarium, the water used must have a pH value of 7.3.
2. the level of water hardness for maintaining this fish is worth 12 H.
3. the temperature of the aquarium water is 25 C.
4. The amount of water used to maintain Heros severus fish is 200 liters with a water height of 20 cm.
5. the type of feed given is in the form of dry feed.
6. in the aquarium can be installed in the form of water plants and rocks. Installation of water plants and rocks must be installed accordingly so that Heros severus fish can swim freely.
7. Heros severus fish likes moderate lighting levels, so the aquarium lights that are installed don't be too bright and don't be too dim.

Heros severus fish is a benign type of fish, therefore this fish is suitable for beginner fish hobbyists.

swimming habits Heros severus fish in the aquarium that is swimming below, in the middle and also swimming near the surface of the water.

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