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Maintenance of Amphilophus citrinellum in the aquarium

Maintenance of Amphilophus citrinellum in the aquarium.

As a fish that lives in fresh water, Amphilophus citrinellum can be used as a pet fish in an aquarium.

Amphilophus citrinellum fish which is used as pet fish, must have a beautiful and attractive color.

so that Amphilophus citrinellum can live healthy and have a good color, then we must pay attention to the condition of water quality and the environment of the aquarium.

As for the requirements of water quality and good environmental conditions for maintaining Amphilophus citrinellum fish are:

1. The water used has a pH of 7.
2. the level of hardness of water used to maintain Amphilophus citrinellum fish, valued at 12 H.
3. The water temperature is 25 C.
4. the height of the surface of the water in the aquarium, which is equal to 20 cm.
5. The amount of water used to fill the aquarium is 200 liters.
6. Amphilophus citrinellum fish likes environmental conditions with moderate lighting levels, so the lights installed in the aquarium should not be too bright and not too dark.
7. The aquarium needs to be installed water plants and rocks so that the aquarium can look beautiful.
8. feed given in maintaining Amphilophus citrinellum fish, which is food in the form of live worms, Daphnia.

Amphilophus citrinellum fish can swim below, in the middle and near the surface of the water.

Amphilophus citrinellum fish is a benign fish, so Amphilophus citrinellum fish is easy to be used as pet fish.


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