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Oscar Cichlid Keepers the series makes it's return and it's debut on the ACE Network! Oscar Alex and Fish Keeper Jeff 2 Oscar Cichlid lovers are proud to bring this series back for all the Oscar Cichlid keepers and lovers out there! Oscar Cichlids are very common in the aquarium hobby. They have been very popular in the hobby since the 1970's and 1980's as our friend Andrew Senski likes to point out.With Oscar Cichlids being so common, it is fairly common for Oscar cichlids to develop Hole In The Head. Hole In The Head is a very common diease that can be caused by a number of things but the most common are: improper diet including feeder goldfish, and improper water conditions and dirty water.
Topics for this show are: What exactly is Hole in The Head ( HITH)?, what can cause Hole In The Head ( HITH), how can I prevent my Oscar from getting Hole in the Head ( HITH) how to cure HITH, what are good foods to feed my oscar to prevent Hole In The Head and more!
Feel free to call in at 1 347-989-8142 with any questions, comments, or suggestions on curing HITH or the topic of HITH.
On this episode of the Aquatic Wetline, Oscar Alex will be doing his 5th episode of Oscar Cichlid Keeper's Hour! This will be a show that the Oscar Cichlid Fish heads will love! This will be a show packed with tons of information you may or may not know on Oscars! Oscar Cichlids have been very popular in the Aquarium hobby for many years now and have a lot of great personalitys.
Oscar Alex will be discussing the history of Oscar cichlids. Topics will be: How were Oscar cichlids first brought into the Aquarium Hobby, kinds of Oscar Cichlids, a discussion on Astronotus how Oscar cichlids have evolved and much more!!! This will make for an interesting show!
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On this episode of the Aquatic Wetline, Oscar Alex will be doing his 4th episode of Oscar Cichlid Keeper's Hour! This is an awesome series thus far and I can't wait to do this awesome episode of Oscar Cichlid Keepers. I have a good topic for Oscar Cichlids today! I will be discussing proper tankmates for Oscar Cichlids! What tankmates can I have with Oscar cichlids? That's a question I hear a lot so I am going to address it tonight!
Learn what tankmates are good for oscars, which ones are bad for oscars, my favorite tankmates for oscars, and more!
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On this episode of Oscar Cichlid Keeper's Hour, Oscar Alex welcomes his very first of many Oscar Cichlid guests to the show! Alex welcomes fellow Oscar Cichlid lover, Antonio Martina to the show! Antonio has loved Oscar cichlids for many years and he has bred Oscars in the past! Plus Antonio Keeps over 18 Oscar Cichlids in his awesome fish room!
Oscar Alex and Antonio will be discussing their love for Oscar Cichlids, plus Antonio will share his tips and tricks for people to have success in keeping Oscars and he will tell us how to breed Oscar Cichlids! This is going to be an awesome show!
Have questions for the Oscar expert Antonio himself? Call in LIVE at 1 347-989-8142!
On this episode of the Aquatic Wetline, Aqua Alex and his co-host Slashmaster1989 Jeff will be discussing the famous South American cichlid, the Severum! Alex and Jeff personally think of this cichlid as the poor man's discus because of the colors severums present and the different species of severums. There are over 4 species of Severums.
Alex and Jeff will discuss how to care for the severum, what to feed the severum, tankmates for the severum, and more!
You can call in at 1 347-989-8142 with any questions on Severums!
On this episode of Aquatic Wetline, Aqua Alex will be discussing a cichlid that is a very easy cichlid that even begineers can keep. This is a very common cichlid that anyone can keep. Convicts are awesome for a beginner who is looking to enter into aggressive cichlids. Convicts are very inexpensive and can be purchased at any pet store or local aquarium shop.
Topics for the show will include: how to care for the convict, how to sex the convict, and how to breed the convict.
You can call in at 347-989-8142 dial 1 to ask questions!
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On the 2nd episode in our new series Oscar Cichlid Keepers Hour, Oscar Alex will be discussing the very cute juvenille baby Oscar cichlids. Baby Oscar Cichlids are seen at every fish and pet stores. Matter of fact most oscars sold in the fish hobby are juveniles! Juvenile oscar cichlids are very attractive and most people will want to buy one! Oscar Alex, will teach you everything you need to know about raising juvenille oscar cichlids.
Oscar Alex will be discussing: what to feed and how many times to feed baby oscars, tankmates for baby oscars, why is my baby oscar's color changing ( Alex will address this), care for baby Oscar Cichlids, and more!
You can call in LIVE at 1 347-989-8142 with any questions or discuss what you like about baby Oscar Cichlids!
On this episode of Aquatic Wetline, Aqua Alex will be discussing one of his personal favorite Cichlids. Aqua Alex will be discussing the Chocolate cichlid. The chocolate cichlid is a nice, sexy cichlid that hails from South America. It grows to 9-10'' top and is like an oscar but is often times more docile. Known for their color and personality the chocolate cichlid has been upcreasing in popularity over the years.
Aqua Alex will be discussing how to care for these fish, how to sex them and breed them and more!
You can also call in at 347-989-8142 dial 1 to ask questions.
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On this episode of Aquatic Wetline, Aqua Alex will be doing his weekly cichlid show. This week Aqua Alex will be discussing another one of his favorite Cichlids, the Salvini cichlid. The Salvini cichlid is a very pretty aggressive cichlid that is like the bumblee bee to the cichlid hobby. These are awesome for a cichlid tank that is in need of Yellow coloration.
Topics for this show will be: Why I like Salvinis, care of salvinis, breeding and sexing Salvinis, and more!
You can call in at 347-989-8142 dial 1 to ask questions or discuss why you love Salvinis.
In this episode of AquaticsEuphoria we will discuss the neon cichlid a fish which comes from Lake Tanganyika, Africa. This beautiful fish is a very peaceful fish that grows to about 4 inches tops. A school of these fish make any community aquarium look refreshingly beautiful.
The Blue Neon Cichlid Paracyprichromis nigripinnis made quite a splash in the late 1980's as a new cichlid introduction to hobbyists. This is one of the most unusual looking cichlids. While most cichlids have a robust look with many being very deep bodied, this cichlid has a long slender streamlined form. Both the male and female of this very peaceful cichlid are gorgeous, with the female being just a bit duller in color.
On this week's episode of Tropical Fish Tuesday Freshwater mania, Fish Keeper Jeff will return to the Aquatic Wetline!! Aqua Alex and Fish Keeper Jeff will be coming into your fish room or your house to chat about some freshwater fish that you may have kept or you have currently kept! This will be a fun and awesome fish keeping show! Jeff and Alex will both chat about some of their personal favorite tropical fish species and then chat about some interesting fish topics!
Aqua Alex will discuss some of the following fish:
- green terror cichlids
- royal pleco
- and more!
Jeff will have his own fish list!!! Plus some of our topics will be: Decorations for freshwater aquariums, guide for buying new fish, and more!
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Flowerhorn breeding dates from 1993. Malaysians admired fish with protruding heads, known as Kaloi or "warships," found in the western part of the nation. The slightly protruding forehead and long tail of these fish were prized in Taiwanese society as bringing luck in geomancy. By 1994, red devil cichlids and trimac cichlids had been imported from Central America to Malaysia and the hybrid blood parrot cichlid had been imported from Taiwan to Malaysia and bred these fish together, marking the birth of the flowerhorn.
Come by and listen to this discussion!