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At eSHa we are constantly learning new things about fish, aquaria and everything that is related. So why not share that knowledge with everyone? In ‘Deep Dive’ you will find in-depth information about multiple topics, like fish parasites & diseases, what fish species there are and what they need to be kept properly, and also articles about our products and problems you may encounter in your fish tank at home. 

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DEEP DIVE

Camallanus

Q&A: Camallanus

One of our subscribers asked an interesting question about the life cycle of the helminth and how long larvae can survive without a host. We have the answers!

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A CLOSER LOOK

FISH PARASITES IN-DEPTH

Lymphocystis

Lymphocystis

Lymphocystis is a viral disease which starts off with small white bumps that can grow into cauliflower-like structures. This is called hypertrophy.

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Trianchoratus sp. 1

Trianchoratus sp.

Trianchoratus, the fluke with three hooks. This time we discuss gill flukes of the genus Trianchoratus, and particularly the species infecting Trichopodus gouramis.

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FISH OF THE WEEK

Lookdown fish

Lookdown fish

The lookdown fish is a true alien-like creature. We wouldn’t be surprised if some Hollywood characters were inspired by the look of this fish.

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Batfish

Batfish

Batfish are unique fish that grow quite big. Keeping them in an aquarium is not always the best choice, but if you want to, read all about its needs here.

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Rhinopias frondosa 1

Weedy scorpionfish

The weedy scorpionfish is a strange looking fish. As the English name ‘weedy scorpionfish’ suggests, they can resemble a weed, planted on the bottom of the sea.

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Pterois volitans 1

Red Lionfish

The Red Lionfish hunts like lions do, but they also kind of look like lions as well with their long, flowing gently in the water dorsal and pectoral fins.

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WHAT YOU MAY ALSO ENCOUNTER

UNDERWATER CREATURES

Lima scabra

Lima Scabra

Not a fish this week, but a rather complex species for keeping in an aquarium: the mollusc lima scabra, also known as the flame scallop.

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