The Western Ghats region of India is home to an incredible diversity of fishes. Sumer Tiwari shares a teaser video trailer from his recent collection trip in the region. You can see Dawkinsia assimilis and Etroplus canarensis schooling in their natural habitat in the video.
Betta hendra is an impressive small sized betta from coccina complex. They are bubblenesters and don’t grow bigger than 4-5 cm. They love eating live meaty food like bloodworms and blackworms.
Sumer Tiwari talks about Steatocranus tinanti, a beautiful dwarf cichlid species from West Africa. Fast flowing water and sand substrate are two main things to keep in mind while setting their tank. They love to eat meaty food and are very territorial.
Watch video showing Blue Gularis killifish fry hatching from eggs. Within minutes of putting the eggs in water they start to hatch and free swimming fry start to come out.
Sumer Tiwari shows off Nematolebias papilliferus, a South American Killifish species which is easy to keep and breed.