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Species names starting with l

Lamprichthys tanganicanus
Lake Tanganyika lampeye
Lamprichthys tanganicanus
Lamprologus ocellatus
Gold shell-dwelling cichlid
Lamprologus ocellatus
Lasiancistrus tentaculatus
Woodeating Lasiancistrus
Lasiancistrus tentaculatus
Limia melanogaster
Blackbelly Limia
Limia melanogaster
Limia nigrofasciata
Black striped limia, Hump-backed livebearer
Limia nigrofasciata

Common names starting with l

L183, Dolly pleco
Ancistrus dolichopterus
Ancistrus dolichopterus
Lake Tanganyika lampeye
Lamprichthys tanganicanus
Lamprichthys tanganicanus
Lemon cichlid
Neolamprologus leleupi
Neolamprologus leleupi
Leopard Cory
Corydoras julii
Corydoras julii
Leopard corycat
Corydoras leopardus
Corydoras leopardus
Leopard danio
Brachydanio rerio(frankei)
Brachydanio rerio(frankei)
Liberty Molly, Black Molly, Short-Finned Molly, Molly
Poecilia sphenops
Poecilia sphenops
Long-Finned Characin
Brycinus longipinnis
Brycinus longipinnis
Lyretailed killifish, Cape Lopez lyretail
Aphyosemion australe
Aphyosemion australe







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Fishkeeping Facts and Tips

Low light plants Java moss, Java fern, and several of the Anubias species all do fine in low-light conditions. That is not to say that they do not thrive with stronger lighting, but in an aquarium with a lot of floating plants, or one with timid fish that prefer a dimmer tank, these plants are very useful indeed. All are epiphytes; that is to say they need not be planted, and can be attached to stones, bogwood or just left free floating


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