Pterophyllum

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Pterophyllum

small, highly colored, laterally compressed aquarium fish with thin, trailing fins. Called also angelfish. Members of the family Chaetodontidae.
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Efecto de tres dietas comerciales en el crecimiento y sobrevivencia de alevinos de pez angel, Pterophyllum scalare (Perciformes, Cichildae) variedad marmoleada.
Eissa AE, Abdelsalam M, Tharwat N, Zaki M (2013) Detection of Saprolegnia parasitica in eggs of angelfish Pterophyllum scalare (Cuvier-Valenciennes) with a history of decreased hatchability.
Desempeno de juveniles del pez angel Pterophyllum scalare almentados con el oligoqueto Enchytraeus buchholzi.
Inhibition of Aeromonas hydrophila by probiotic strains isolated from the digestive tract of Pterophyllum scalare.
Space size relative to prey width and total cover in an area both influence the habitat choices of freshwater angelfish Pterophyllum scalare in mesocosms.
Angelfish Pterophyllum scalare (Lichtenstein) is a cichlid in great demand due to its beauty, reproductive capacity and adaptability to captivity; in consequence, the economic potential of the species is also high (CHAPMAN et al.
Por lo anterior, el objetivo fue evaluar el consumo de pre-adultos de mosquito, el horario de mayor ingesta y la sobrevivencia de Carassius auratus, Pterophyllum scalare, Danio rerio y Xiphophorus helleri.
Caracteristicas del estado de anestesia y recuperacion de Pterophyllum scalare inmersos en eugenol Estadio de Caracteristica Estadio de Caracteristica anestesia recuperacion I Perdida parcial I Recuperacion del del eje de nado movimiento opercular II Perdida total II Recuperacion del de eje de nado movimiento de aletas III Colapso medular III Recuperacion total del eje de nado IV Recuperacion del reflejo de huida
Performance of juvenile angelfish Pterophyllum scalare fed with the oligochaetes Enchytraeus buchholzi
Growth and body composition of juveniles of Pterophyllum scalare (Lichtenstein) (Pisces: Cichlidae) at different densities and diets.