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algae eaterの例文

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  • It is sometimes mistakenly referred to as the Siamese algae eater.
  • Are your fish algae eaters, because usually the growth is undesirable.
  • They are ideal algae eaters for tanks with small, hard-water cichlids.
  • Siamese algae eaters will often school together, but are also content living solo.
  • The species " Gyrinocheilus aymonieri " ( Siamese algae eater ) commemorates his name.
  • The Siamese algae eater is correct, and the Chinese algae eater is a different species.
  • The Siamese algae eater is correct, and the Chinese algae eater is a different species.
  • The Chinese algae eater is sometimes kept in demersal species, and as such an appropriate sinking food should be provided.
  • All Loricariidae possess a suckermouth as do the cypriniform algae eaters of the genus " Gyrinocheilus " and other genera.
  • :Sargasso Sea gets to Sargassum, which points to mostly unhelpful Herbivorous fishes, but this can be unravelled to Algae eater.
  • Unlike other aquarium algae eater fishes, the red algae eater is valued for its ability to eat red algae ( particularly Audouinella ).
  • Unlike other aquarium algae eater fishes, the red algae eater is valued for its ability to eat red algae ( particularly Audouinella ).
  • The flying fox is commonly sold as a Siamese algae eater .-- talk ) 18 : 34, 12 October 2009 ( UTC)
  • If you get green algae growing on the sides ( probably from leaving your light on too long ), an algae eater ( any of several kinds of fish ) can clear that up.
  • It prefers water temperature range of, a pH range of 6.5 8.0, and a water hardness of 5 20 dH . Because the red algae eater is effective at controlling tank algae, many aquarists like to place them in heavily planted tanks with strong lighting to prevent the growth of algae.
  • Notable genera are " Crossocheilus ", " Epalzeorhynchos " and " Garra ", which contain some of the popular aquarium fishes often called " algae eaters ", e . g . the Siamese Algae Eater ( " Crossocheilus siamensis " ) . " Labeo "  the type genus of this subfamily  contains many sizeable species which are often used as food.
  • Notable genera are " Crossocheilus ", " Epalzeorhynchos " and " Garra ", which contain some of the popular aquarium fishes often called " algae eaters ", e . g . the Siamese Algae Eater ( " Crossocheilus siamensis " ) . " Labeo "  the type genus of this subfamily  contains many sizeable species which are often used as food.
  • Many other species that either are prominent in the aquarium trade or important food fish are native to the Chao Phraya basin, such as the finescale tigerfish, marble goby, Chinese algae eater, giant featherback, clown featherback, giant gourami, several " Trichopodus " gouramis, iridescent shark, several " Pangasius ", " Belodontichthys truncatus ", several " Phalacronotus " sheatfish, several " Wallago " catfish, largescale archerfish, smallscale archerfish, and wrestling halfbeak.