Aquarium - Tropical Fish - Kissing fish - Skrautfiskar - Fiskabúr - Gæludýr

Tropical Fish Aquarium - Fish Tank - Skrautfiskar - Fiskabúr - Kissing fish - Kissing gourami - Helostoma temminckii - Neon tetra - Paracheirodon innesi - Barbus pentazona - Black Mollie - Gold Nugget Molly -eru gotfiskar sem fæða lifandi afkvæmi. Kissing fish - What intrigues aquarists is the kissing action where these fish lock lips. They will face each other and swim slowly together. When they look like they "kiss" the lips are pressed into contact and quickly released. Both sexes will display this mouth contact, pushing each other through the water. Experts don't really know why they do this, but the action is thought to be some form of social testing of strength or status. Kissing gouramis, also known as kissing fish or kissers (Helostoma temminckii), are large tropical freshwater fish comprising the monotypic labyrinth fish family Helostomatidae (from the Greek elos [stud, nail], stoma [mouth]). These fish originate from Thailand to Indonesia. The most distinctive feature of the kissing gourami is its mouth. Other than being terminal (forward-facing) rather than superior (upward-facing) as in other gourami families, the kissing gourami's mouth is highly protrusible as its family name suggests, the lips are lined with horny teeth. See more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kissing_gourami Kissing gouramis, also known as kissing fish or kissers (Helostoma temminckii), are large tropical freshwater fish comprising the monotypic labyrinth fish family Helostomatidae (from the Greek elos [stud, nail], stoma [mouth]). These fish originate from Thailand to Indonesia. They can be food fish which are farmed in their native Southeast Asia. They are used fresh for steaming, baking, broiling, and pan frying. The kissing gourami is a popular aquarium fish. See more: http://www.fisko.is/blog/vara/kissing-gouramis-helostoma-temmincki/ The Kissing Gourami is also known as the Kisser Fish or Pink Kisser. The Kissing Gourami is silvery-peach in color and has thick lips that can be extended or pursed (as in kissing). They are generally a tolerant species, but males may occasionally fight by pressing their lips together (i.e., kissing). The weaker of the two will normally back down. They are surface breathers and must have access to the surface of the aquarium. See more: http://www.liveaquaria.com/product/prod_display.cfm?c=830+882+968&pcatid=968 The Kissing Gourami is a long time favorite of aquarists and an age old fish. It became a popular aquarium fish when it was first introduced to the hobby in about 1950 from commercial breeders in Florida. But it was described almost two centuries ago by the French zoologist Cuvier in 1829. It was named after a Dutch doctor, Temminck. Its valid scientific name is Helostoma temminkii. The synonyms Helostoma temmincki or Helostoma temminckii are also original descriptions for this species and are found in much of the earlier literature, however they are no longer considered valid. See more: http://animal-world.com/encyclo/fresh/anabantoids/kissinggour.php The Neon Tetra has a light-blue back over a silver-white abdomen. The fish is characterized by an iridescent blue horizontal stripe along each side of the fish from its nose to the base of the adipose fin, and an iridescent red stripe that begins at the middle of the body and extends posteriorly to the base of the caudal fin. Rarely, they develop an dark olive-green sheen lining on their backs. The fish is partially transparent (including fins) except for these markings. During the night, the blue and red become gray or black as the fish rests—it reactivates once it becomes active in the morning. See more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neon_tetra Umræður um fiska á Íslandi er að finna á fiskaspjalli: http://www.fiskaspjall.is/viewtopic.p... The featherfin squeaker (Synodontis eupterus) or featherfin synodontis is a species of Synodontis catfish. This species is found in the basins of the White Nile, Volta and Niger Rivers and the Chad Basin. See more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Featherfin_squeaker Aðrir fiskar: Lesa meira: http://www.gaeludyr.is/lifandi-ploentur/aorir-fiskar/#ty%3Bpagination_contents%3B%2Flifandi-ploentur%2Faorir-fiskar%2Fpage-3%2F

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Tropical Fish Aquarium - Fish Tank - Skrautfiskar - Fiskabúr - Kissing fish - Kissing gourami - Helostoma temminckii - Neon tetra - Paracheirodon innesi - Barbus pentazona - Black Mollie - Gold Nugget Molly -eru gotfiskar sem fæða lifandi afkvæmi. Kissing fish - What intrigues aquarists is the kissing action where these fish lock lips. They will face each other and swim slowly together. When they look like they "kiss" the lips are pressed into contact and quickly released. Both sexes will display this mouth contact, pushing each other through the water. Experts don't really know why they do this, but the action is thought to be some form of social testing of strength or status. Kissing gouramis, also known as kissing fish or kissers (Helostoma temminckii), are large tropical freshwater fish comprising the monotypic labyrinth fish family Helostomatidae (from the Greek elos [stud, nail], stoma [mouth]). These fish originate from Thailand to Indonesia. The most distinctive feature of the kissing gourami is its mouth. Other than being terminal (forward-facing) rather than superior (upward-facing) as in other gourami families, the kissing gourami's mouth is highly protrusible as its family name suggests, the lips are lined with horny teeth. See more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kissing_gourami Kissing gouramis, also known as kissing fish or kissers (Helostoma temminckii), are large tropical freshwater fish comprising the monotypic labyrinth fish family Helostomatidae (from the Greek elos [stud, nail], stoma [mouth]). These fish originate from Thailand to Indonesia. They can be food fish which are farmed in their native Southeast Asia. They are used fresh for steaming, baking, broiling, and pan frying. The kissing gourami is a popular aquarium fish. See more: http://www.fisko.is/blog/vara/kissing-gouramis-helostoma-temmincki/ The Kissing Gourami is also known as the Kisser Fish or Pink Kisser. The Kissing Gourami is silvery-peach in color and has thick lips that can be extended or pursed (as in kissing). They are generally a tolerant species, but males may occasionally fight by pressing their lips together (i.e., kissing). The weaker of the two will normally back down. They are surface breathers and must have access to the surface of the aquarium. See more: http://www.liveaquaria.com/product/prod_display.cfm?c=830+882+968&pcatid=968 The Kissing Gourami is a long time favorite of aquarists and an age old fish. It became a popular aquarium fish when it was first introduced to the hobby in about 1950 from commercial breeders in Florida. But it was described almost two centuries ago by the French zoologist Cuvier in 1829. It was named after a Dutch doctor, Temminck. Its valid scientific name is Helostoma temminkii. The synonyms Helostoma temmincki or Helostoma temminckii are also original descriptions for this species and are found in much of the earlier literature, however they are no longer considered valid. See more: http://animal-world.com/encyclo/fresh/anabantoids/kissinggour.php The Neon Tetra has a light-blue back over a silver-white abdomen. The fish is characterized by an iridescent blue horizontal stripe along each side of the fish from its nose to the base of the adipose fin, and an iridescent red stripe that begins at the middle of the body and extends posteriorly to the base of the caudal fin. Rarely, they develop an dark olive-green sheen lining on their backs. The fish is partially transparent (including fins) except for these markings. During the night, the blue and red become gray or black as the fish rests—it reactivates once it becomes active in the morning. See more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neon_tetra Umræður um fiska á Íslandi er að finna á fiskaspjalli: http://www.fiskaspjall.is/viewtopic.p... The featherfin squeaker (Synodontis eupterus) or featherfin synodontis is a species of Synodontis catfish. This species is found in the basins of the White Nile, Volta and Niger Rivers and the Chad Basin. See more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Featherfin_squeaker Aðrir fiskar: Lesa meira: http://www.gaeludyr.is/lifandi-ploentur/aorir-fiskar/#ty%3Bpagination_contents%3B%2Flifandi-ploentur%2Faorir-fiskar%2Fpage-3%2F

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