Types of Tropical Fish

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On this page, I want to talk about the different tropical fish that exist, both in freshwater and in seawater. I will show and discuss some examples. I am thinking especially of the aquarium enthusiasts who are sometimes looking for unique specimens.

Tropical Fish Finder – Tropical freshwater fish

There is an enormous number of tropical freshwater fish that can be divided into 25 categories. I will show you an example in each category.

Category 01: Algae Eaters: Hypostomus Plectomus gold strip

Types of Tropical Fish
Hypostomus Plectomus gold strip

* origin: South America / * living environment: water temperature of 20°-28° Celsius and a pH value of 6.5-8.0

* aquarium size: 60+ cm / * nutrition: soil dirt, granulate, algae, live food, frozen food


Category 02: Barbs: Puntius pentazona / Five Stripe Barbel

Types of Tropical Fish
Puntius pentazona / Five Stripe Barbel

* origin: Asia (from the Cyprinidae family) / * living environment: water temperature of 22°-27° Celsius and a pH value of 5.0-6.5

* aquarium size: 60+ cm (is usually located in the top-center of the aquarium) / * nutrition: granulate, live food, frozen food


Category 03: Botia: Chromobotia macracanthus (Clown Botia)

Types of Tropical Fish
Chromobotia macracanthus (Clown Botia)

* origin: Asia (from the Cobiditae family) / * living environment: water temperature of 22°-27° Celsius and a pH value of 6.0-7.5

* aquarium size: 150+ cm (is usually located at the bottom of the aquarium) / * nutrition: live food, granulate, frozen food


Category 04: Cichlids: Nimbochromis venustus / Malawicichlid venustus

Types of Tropical Fish
Category 04: Cichlids: Nimbochromis venustus / Malawicichlid venustus

* origin: Africa (from the Cichlidae family) / * living environment: water temperature of 22°-26° Celsius and a pH value of 7.0-8.0

* aquarium size: 110+ cm (is usually located in the bottom center of the aquarium) / * nutrition: live food, granulate, frozen food


Category 05: Corydoras: Corydoras Albino

Types of Tropical Fish
Corydoras Albino

* origin: South America (from the Callichthyidae family) / * living environment: water temperature of 22°-26° Celsius and a pH value of 6.0-7.0

* aquarium size: 80+ cm (is usually located at the bottom of the aquarium) / * nutrition: black and red mosquito larvae, live food, granulate, frozen food, soil dirt


Category 06: Danio’s: Celestichthys margaritatus / Galaxy rasbora

Types of Tropical Fish
Category 06: Danio’s: Celestichthys margaritatus / Galaxy rasbora

* origin: Asia (from the Cyprinidae family) / * living environment: water temperature of 20°-25° Celsius and a pH value of 7.0-7.5

* aquarium size: 60+ cm (is usually located in the center of the aquarium) / * nutrition: live food, granulate, frozen food


Category 07: Discus Fish: Violet Discus Fish

Types of Tropical Fish
Violet Discus Fish

* origin: Amazon Region-Brazil, Colombia, and Peru (from the Cichlidae family) / * living environment: water temperature of 29°-30° Celsius and a pH value of 6.0-7.0

* aquarium size: depending on the number of discus fish / * nutrition: they mainly like frozen food


Category 08: Dwarf Cichlids: Apistogramma Macmasteri

Types of Tropical Fish
Category 08: Dwarf Cichlids: Apistogramma Macmasteri

* origin: South America (from the Cichlidae family) / * living environment: water temperature of 24°-30° Celsius and a pH value of 6.0-7.0

* aquarium size: 100+ cm / * nutrition: black and red mosquito larvae, live food, frozen food


Category 09: Shrimps: Neocaridina dent.sinensis var.red / Cherry Shrimp

Types of Tropical Fish
Neocaridina dent.sinensis var.red / Cherry Shrimp

* origin: Asia (from the Invertebrates family) / * living environment: water temperature of 20°-28° Celsius and a pH value of 6.5-7.5

* aquarium size: 60+ cm (is usually located at the bottom of the aquarium) / * nutrition: black and red mosquito larvae, live food, frozen food, granulate, algae, soil dirt


Category 10: Gobies: Brachygobius doriae / Bumblebee Goby

Types of Tropical Fish
Brachygobius doriae / Bumblebee Goby

* origin: Asia (this example comes from Indonesia) / * living environment: water temperature of 24°-30° Celsius and a pH value of 7.5-8.5

* aquarium size: 30+ gallons / * nutrition: flakes, live food, frozen food


Category 11: Gourami: Colisa lalia / Dwarf Gourami

Types of Tropical Fish
Colisa lalia / Dwarf Gourami

* origin: Asia (from the Anabantidae family) / * living environment: water temperature of 20°-27° Celsius and a pH value of 6.5-7.0

* aquarium size: 80+ cm / * nutrition: live food, granulate, frozen food


Category 12: Guppies: Lebistes / Guppy man coral red

Types of Tropical Fish
Lebistes / Guppy man coral red

* origin: South America (from the Tooth Carp family) / * living environment: water temperature of 18°-25° Celsius and a pH value of 7.0-8.0

* aquarium size: 60+ cm / * nutrition: black and red mosquito larvae, live food, frozen food, granulate


Category 13: Shark-Like: Balantiocheilus melanopterus / Shark Fin Barbel

Types of Tropical Fish
Balantiocheilus melanopterus / Shark Fin Barbel

* origin: Asia (from the Cyprinidae family) / * living environment: water temperature of 22°-27° Celsius and a pH value of 6.5-7.0

* aquarium size: 80+ cm / * nutrition: frozen food, granulate


Category 14: Labyrinth Fish: Betta splendens male super delta / Siamese fighting fish male super delta

Types of Tropical Fish
Betta splendens male super delta / Siamese fighting fish male super delta

* origin: Asia (from the Osphronemidae family) / * living environment: water temperature of 20°-29° Celsius and a pH value of 7.0-7.5

* aquarium size: 60+ cm / * nutrition: live food, frozen food, granulate


Category 15: L numbers & Ancistruses: Peckoltia vittata / L103-peckoltia vittata

Types of Tropical Fish
Peckoltia vittata / L103-peckoltia vittata

* origin: South America (from the Ancistruses family) / * living environment: water temperature of 20°-28° Celsius and a pH value of 6.0-7.5

* aquarium size: 80+ cm / * nutrition: live food, frozen food, plants, algae


Category 16: Angelfish: Pterophyllum scalare koi / Angelfish Koi

Types of Tropical Fish
Pterophyllum scalare koi / Angelfish Koi

* origin: South America (from the cichlidae family) / * living environment: water temperature of 24°-26° Celsius and a pH value of 6.5-7.5

* aquarium size: 90+ cm / * nutrition: black and red mosquito larvae, live food, frozen food, granulate


Category 17: Platies: Xiphophorus Maculatus Rainbow / Platy Rainbow

Types of Tropical Fish
Xiphophorus Maculatus Rainbow / Platy Rainbow

* origin: Central America (from the Poeciliidae family) / * living environment: water temperature of 18°-25° Celsius and a pH value of 7.0-8.0

* aquarium size: 60+ cm / * nutrition: black and red mosquito larvae, live food, frozen food, granulate, soil dirt


Category 18: Rasbora: Rasbora hengeli

Types of Tropical Fish
Rasbora hengeli

* origin: Asia (from the Cyprinidae family) / * living environment: water temperature of 24°-26° Celsius and a pH value of 5.5-6.5

* aquarium size: 60+ cm / * nutrition: black and red mosquito larvae, live food, frozen food, granulate


Category 19: Rainbow Fish: Melanotaenia Boesemani / Rainbow Salmon

Types of Tropical Fish
Melanotaenia Boesemani / Rainbow Salmon

* origin: Asia (from the Melanoteaniidae family) / * living environment: water temperature of 24°-30° Celsius and a pH value of 7.0-8.0

* aquarium size: 100+ cm / * nutrition: black and red mosquito larvae, live food, frozen food, granulate


Category 20: Predatory Fish: Pygocentrus Nattereri / Red-bellied Piranha

Tropical Fish Finder - Red-bellied Piranha
Pygocentrus Nattereri / Red-bellied Piranha

* origin: Asia (from the Serrasalmidae family) / * living environment: water temperature of 24°-30° Celsius and a pH value of 6.0-7.5

* aquarium size: 100+ cm / * nutrition: live food, black and red mosquito larvae


Category 21: Snails: Neritina Turrita / Turrita Snail

Types of Tropical Fish
Neritina Turrita / Turrita Snail

* origin: Asia (from the Racing Snail family) / * living environment: water temperature of 18°-25° Celsius and a pH value of 6.5-7.5

* aquarium size: 60+ cm / * nutrition: algae, granulate


Category 22: Tetra: Paracheirodon axelrodi euro / Cardinal Tetra

Types of Tropical Fish
Paracheirodon axelrodi euro / Cardinal Tetra

* origin: South America (from the Omnivores family) / * living environment: water temperature of 23°-26° Celsius and a pH value of 6.5-7.0

* aquarium size: 80+ cm / * nutrition: live food, frozen food, granulate


Category 23: Salmon: Phenacogrammus Interuptus / Congo Salmon

Types of Tropical Fish
Phenacogrammus Interuptus / Congo Salmon

* origin: South Africa (from the Characidae family) / * living environment: water temperature of 23°-26° Celsius and a pH value of 6.0-7.5

* aquarium size: 100+ cm / * nutrition: black and red mosquito larvae, live food, frozen food, granulate


Category 24: Sword Carriers: Xiphophorus Helleri / Sword Carrier Pineapple

Tropical Fish Finder - Sword Carrier Pineapple
Xiphophorus Helleri / Sword Carrier Pineapple

* origin: Central America (from the Poeciliidae family) / * living environment: water temperature of 22°-27° Celsius and a pH value of 7.0-8.0

* aquarium size: 60+ cm / * nutrition: black and red mosquito larvae, live food, frozen food, granulate, algae


Category 25: Other Fish: Poecilia latipinna black / Black molly

Types of Tropical Fish
Poecilia latipinna black / Black molly

* origin: South America (from the Poeciliidae family) / * living environment: water temperature of 20°-28° Celsius and a pH value of 7.0-8.0

* aquarium size: 80+ cm / * nutrition: black and red mosquito larvae, live food, frozen food, granulate, algae

Tropical Fish Finder – Top 10 saltwater fish

If you want to start with a saltwater aquarium but do not yet have enough knowledge, it is better to start with easy-to-keep fish. These fish really don’t demand anything special and are still fun to keep and especially to look at. Following are the top 10 fishing for beginners.

Saltwater Fish 01: Clownfish (Amphiprion Ocellaris) (remember “Finding Nemo“…)

Types of Tropical Fish
Clownfish (Amphiprion Ocellaris) (remember “Finding Nemo“…)

* origin: Indian Ocean, Red Sea and Western Pacific Ocean (from the Pomacentridae family) / * living environment: water temperature of 23°-26° Celsius

* aquarium size: 70+ liter


Saltwater Fish 02: Blue Surgeonfish (Paracanthurus Hepatus)

Types of Tropical Fish
Blue Surgeonfish (Paracanthurus Hepatus)

* origin: Around Japan, Indian Ocean, East coast of Africa and around the Great Barrier Reef (from the Acanthuridae family) / * living environment: water temperature of 22°-26° Celsius

* aquarium size: 500+ liter


Saltwater Fish 03: Salarias Fasciatus

Types of Tropical Fish
Salarias Fasciatus

* origin: Tropical and subtropical waters of the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans (from the Blenniidae family) / * living environment: water temperature of 22°-26° Celsius

* aquarium size: 300+ liter


Saltwater Fish 04: Yellow Surgeonfish (Zebrasoma Flavescens)

Types of Tropical Fish
Yellow Surgeonfish (Zebrasoma Flavescens)

* origin: Close to coral reefs and shallow coastal waters of the Pacific and Indian Oceans, including around Hawaii and east of Japan (from the Acanthuridae family)

* living environment: water temperature of 22°-26° Celsius / * aquarium size: 350+ liter


Saltwater Fish 05: Jewel Cardinal Perch (Pterapogon Kauderni)

Types of Tropical Fish
Jewel Cardinal Perch (Pterapogon Kauderni)

* origin: Banggai Islands of Indonesia (from the Apogonidae family)

* living environment: water temperature of 18°-24° Celsius / * aquarium size: 300+ liter


Saltwater Fish 06: Red Dwarf Emperor (Centropyge Loricula)

Types of Tropical Fish
Red Dwarf Emperor (Centropyge Loricula)

* origin: On coral reefs and along the coastline in the Coral Sea, Great Barrier Reef, New Guinea, Guam, Philippines, Cook Islands, and Hawaiian Islands (from the Pomacanthidae family)

* living environment: water temperature of 22°-26° Celsius / * aquarium size: 200+ liter


Saltwater Fish 07: Gramma Loreto

Types of Tropical Fish
Gramma Loreto

* origin: Western Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea (from the Grammatidae family)

* living environment: water temperature of 22°-26° Celsius / * aquarium size: 200+ liter


Saltwater Fish 08: Blue Mandarin pit fish (Pterosynchiropus Splendens)

Types of Tropical Fish
Blue Mandarin pit fish (Pterosynchiropus Splendens)

* origin: West of the Pacific (from the Callionymidae family)

* living environment: water temperature of 24°-28° Celsius / * aquarium size: 100+ liter


Saltwater Fish 09: Yellow Lip Fish (Halichoeres Chrysus)

Types of Tropical Fish
Yellow Lip Fish (Halichoeres Chrysus)

* Origin: Australia and Bali (from the Labridae family)

* living environment: water temperature of 22°-26° Celsius / * aquarium size: 300+ liter


Saltwater Fish 10: Large Lionfish (Pterois Volitans)

Types of Tropical Fish
Large Lionfish (Pterois Volitans)

* origin: East Africa, Indonesia, Japan, Australia (from the Scorpaenidae family)

* living environment: water temperature of 22°-26° Celsius / * aquarium size: 300-700 liter

Finally

With this list and commentary on some tropical freshwater and saltwater fish, I hope you have gained a little knowledge. So you see that there are an enormous number of types that are then subdivided. If you plan to fish for it, you already know where to go. Good luck to everyone.

The Lowrance Company

The Lowrance Company

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Wireless Fish Finder – The Lowrance Company

It can be safely said that Lowrance was a frontrunner in the manufacture of marine electrical appliances. “The Little Green Box” was their very first creation and was intended for various end-users. Since then, the company has continued to strive for high-quality sonar scanners. This way they can expertly help the fisherman with their catch. The device must convince the fishermen to find the right fishing spots after which they can catch a lot of fish.

In addition to those scanners, they also make products for digital mapping systems. The company employs about 1000 people. The main office is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, but they also have branches in Mexico, more specifically in Ensenada.

Their “about-page” reads “Leading marine electronics since 1957”. And I think this is rightly said!

The Lowrance website is very beautiful to see and very pleasant to use. It is very extensive and if I had to write everything here, I think I would have a small encyclopedia … Also graphically it is perfect! You can even follow a live webinar and watch recent news and videos. Really not to be sneezed at!

Some details :

  • Technical Support: 00 61 2 9936 1000
  • Headquarters: Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States
  • CEO: Darrell J. Lowrance (1964-)
  • Established:1957, Joplin, Missouri, United States
  • Parent organizations: Navico, Altor Equity Partners
  • Subsidiaries: Sea Electronics, Inc, LEI Extras, Inc, Lowrance Contracts, Inc

More than 60 years ago they invented these fishing techniques and they specialized in various things, such as:

  • CHIRP sonar: with this device, the users can generate very nice quality images, both down and to the sides.
  • C-MAP charts / GSM: They have an incredible number of multi-district (US) maps built into the sonar. More than 3000 rivers and lakes are on offer. So most likely your fishing spot is included! The sonar is also used in conjunction with the fantastic GPS which is also provided. Data processing is very fast via an operation on a touch screen. High-resolution screens are used (LED); these screens are of course in color and with backlighting.
  • NMEA 2000®: The network communication is provided by NMEA 2000® and the connection is via Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. In this way, the user can perform downloads or upgrades.

When in 2008 companies came on the market with the very latest versatile HDS screens (HDS = “High Definition System”), Lowrance was of course not inferior and they also developed a lot of new devices. Among the many new devices and features there were these:

  • A high definition Broadband 4G Radar: this allows you to navigate in any weather type
  • StructureScan® HD with Sidescan & DownScan Imaging™: generates very beautiful images
  • Broadband Sonar, Trackback™:  here you can manage your sonar images such as reviewing, etc…
  • StructureMap: a very interesting tool to create your own mapping with data. There are even folders for freshwater and saltwater fishing. A facility that many anglers will appreciate and also because it is so easy to use. So you see that Lowrance clearly pampers their customers/fishermen and wants to go very far in new developments. Lowrance has sport fishing at its heart!

Their Products (Wireless Fish Finder)

The ranges in the products they offer are:

  • HDS LIVE: screens that are small enough to integrate into a smaller console but are equally usable as a standalone display. The type they propose is the “HDS-7 LIVE with no Transducer”.
  • Elite Ti²: this is a magnificent fishfinder/chart plotter that is identical in format and uses to the HDS LIVE (console & standalone). The type that Lowrance proposes here is the “Elite-7 Ti² Active Imaging 3-in-1 with US / Can Nav +”
  • HOOK Reveal – NEW: a very nice device where you can see all kinds of things on the screen. This way you can see where the fish are because you actually see them light up on the screen. One can also observe the soil, vegetation, and any obstacles. Nearly 4,000 lakes in the American interior have been mapped and you can even create your own maps. The GPS Plotter can create very detailed maps using Genesis Live. This way you can locate the fish even faster. The trusted “CHIRP Sonar” is used because it offers optimal performance. Lowrance itself says that this device offers twice as many things as the traditional fish finders. With the high resolution “DownScan Imaging”, detailed SplitShot models can also be created. From a boat you can use “TripleShots” to project 3 areas as the word says; namely under the boat and left and right of it. SideScan and DownScan are used for this. You can also divide the screen of the device into several compartments where you can combine the various functions. If that’s not a revelation? The device is available in 5 “, 7”, and 9 “.
  • HOOK²: with this device, you can focus more on actual fishing. The settings of the device are very quick and easy to set. And yet it is a wide-angle CHIRP sonar with SideScan and DownScan Imaging™
    .”Autotuning sonar technology” is used, which automatically updates when the condition of the water changes. So: fish without worries …
  • FishHunter: this gadget is very interesting for those who do not have a boat. With this small fish finder that is about the size of a tennis ball, you can search for fish anywhere … It sends you images through the FishFinder app. This way you can also search places where a boat can hardly reach.
  • Ghost Trolling Motor: This boat engine has not stolen its name. It is as quiet as a ghost and yet very powerful. He does not shy away from going through any contaminated water and, so to speak, cuts up anything that would prevent him from continuing. It can be used for a long time and it has cable-free steering. For this Lowrance has used revolutionary propulsion technology. It is only suitable for freshwater fishing and is available with a shaft size of 47 “, 52”, or 60 “

Two of the products you can find here:

Lowrance Elite-7 Ti2 Fishfinder/Chartplotter Combo with Active Imaging 3-in-1 Transom Mount Transducer & US Inland Chart

  • 7″ high-resolution Easy-to-use SolarMAX LED touchscreen display. Quick Access Control Bar provides one-touch access to system controls. Enhanced Surface Clarity lets you see more fish targets near the surface. 3000 Waypoints, 100 Routes, 100 Trails with up to 10,000 points per trail
  • Preloaded C-MAP US Inland mapping with 1-foot contours on 4,000 lakes, plus a multitude of mapping options, including C-MAP, Navionics, and more. C-MAP Genesis Live. C-MAP Easy Routing, Navionics Autorouting capability.
  • Includes Active Imaging 3-in-1 Sonar (CHIRP/Side/Down) Transducer | Active Imaging 2-in-1 Sonar (Side/Down) Ready optional transducer required. FishReveal Smart Target View. Smartphone Notifications. Wireless Networking. Integrated wireless connectivity. SmartSteer control for Xi5 Trolling Motor.
  • Built-in CHIRP and Broadband Sounder. WiFI. Integrated Bluetooth. Supports 1 micro SD card up to 32GB. 1x Micro-C NMEA Port. 1 Virtual Ethernet Port. NMEA 2000 engine support. SonicHub2 compatible
  • Package Includes – Elite-7 Ti² Fishfinder, Active Imaging 3-in-1 Transducer, Suncover, Quick Release Bracket, Power Cable, 1 Set of 3 x 3-amp Fuses. 1 Year Warranty with Option to Upgrade to Five-Year Warranty Program. IPx6 and IPx7 Certified

YakAttack Fish Finder Mount with Track Mounted LockNLoad Mounting System

  • Designed to replace the factory base on Lowrance Hook2 4 and 5
  • This mount improves on the original included mount enabling fast and easy one-handed display adjustment
  • Includes the LockNLoad Mounting System for maximum versatility and rigidity
  • LockNLoad mounting system offers ultra-secure attachment to YakAttack GearTrac, Mighty Mount II, MightyMount XL, and most other factory-installed kayak track systems
  • Hardware included; GearTrac and fishfinder not included

The ranges in the type of products are:

  • Fishfinders / Chartplotters
  • Trolling Motor
  • Mapping
  • Reconditioned
  • Portable Fish Finders
  • Accessories
  • Transducers
  • Wireless
  • Autopilots
  • Speaker Systems
  • VHF and AIS
  • Sensors & Networking
  • Gauges
  • Radar

Products for the following activities:

  • Kayak Fishing
  • Lake Fishing
  • Saltwater Fishing
  • Ice Fishing

Products of the last year:

  • HDS Carbon
  • HOOK
  • Elite Ti
  • HDS Gen3

Click here to view a video about a product in this list: LOWRANCE ELITE FS 9

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When you spend more money, you get better materials that are more resistant to harsh marine environments and are designed to make you feel more comfortable.

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