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Things that need to be considered in maintaining Parachromis managuensis in the aquarium.

Things that need to be considered in maintaining Parachromis managuensis in the aquarium.






Parachromis managuensis is a fish that lives in fresh water. Parachromis managuensis fish can be kept in an aquarium as long as the water quality and environmental conditions are in accordance with what Parachromis managuensis fish needs.

in nature these fish breed by laying eggs and like the aquatic environment with moderate lighting levels.

to maintain Parachromis managuensis in an aquarium, there are a number of things to note, namely:

1. Water that will be used to maintain Parachromis managuensis fish must have good quality, which has a pH value of 7.0, a water hardness level of 10 H, a water temperature of 25 C.

2. The amount of water that will be used to maintain the Parachromis managuensis in the aquarium is 200 liters with a water height of 35 cm.

3. In keeping the Parachromis managuensis fish in the aquarium the feed provided must be good feed, Parachromis managuensis fish likes live worms and Daphnia feeds.

4. To add beauty to the aquarium needs to be installed rocks and water plants. plants and rocks must be installed in sufficient quantities not too much so that Parachromis managuensis fish can swim freely.

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