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Siberian Spiny Loach (cobitis sinensis)

$1799 CAD
SKU: 400000023854

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Siberian Spiny Loach (cobitis sinensis)

Description

The Siberian Spiny Loach (Cobitis sinensis) is a freshwater fish belonging to the family Cobitidae. Here are some details about this species:

  • Fish Type: Siberian Spiny Loach is a freshwater loach.
  • Subcategory Group: Loaches are often categorized as bottom-dwelling or substrate-dwelling fish.
  1. Temperature: Siberian Spiny Loaches prefer a temperature range of 64°F to 75°F (18°C to 24°C).
  2. Minimum Size Tank: A tank with a capacity of at least 20 gallons is suitable for a small group of Siberian Spiny Loaches. They are social fish and are often kept in groups.

Feeding Habits: Siberian Spiny Loaches are omnivores. They will accept a variety of foods, including high-quality sinking pellets, flakes, live or frozen foods like bloodworms, brine shrimp, and small invertebrates. A varied diet is essential for their health and well-being.

Habitat Preference: In the wild, these loaches can be found in slow-moving or still waters, including rivers and ponds. They prefer a substrate with sand or fine gravel, and they may appreciate the presence of plants and hiding spots in the aquarium.

Water pH Level: Aim for a slightly acidic to neutral pH level, ranging from 6.0 to 7.5.

Behavior: Siberian Spiny Loaches are generally peaceful, but they can be territorial with their kind. It's advisable to keep them in groups to spread any aggression. They are known for their interesting behavior and may explore the tank actively.

These loaches are social and prefer to be kept in groups. Keeping them in a group can help reduce stress and aggression among individuals.
Siberian Spiny Loaches are not solitary; they are social fish and thrive better in the company of their own kind.
Siberian Spiny Loaches are bottom-dwelling fish and are most active during the night. They may spend a significant amount of time exploring the substrate in search of food.


Color: 
Siberian Spiny Loaches typically have a mottled coloration with shades of brown, beige, and gray. The coloration may vary among individuals, and they may exhibit interesting patterns.

It's important to note that providing a well-established tank with appropriate hiding spots, substrate, and tank mates is crucial for the well-being of Siberian Spiny Loaches. Additionally, maintaining good water quality is essential for their health. Always consider the specific needs of the species and conduct thorough research before setting up an aquarium for them.

Specifications

  • Category
    Loaches
  • Species Type
    Stone Loach
  • Water Temperature
    64°F to 75°F
  • Minimum Tank Size
    20 Gallons
  • Water pH Level
    Acidic, Neutral
  • Habitat Preference
    Sandy Tanks, Hiding Spots
  • Behaviour
    Community Fish, Bottom-Dwelling, Nocturnal, Semi-aggressive, Burrowing

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Siberian Spiny Loach (cobitis sinensis)

$1799 CAD

The Siberian Spiny Loach (Cobitis sinensis) is a freshwater fish belonging to the family Cobitidae. Here are some details about this species:

  1. Temperature: Siberian Spiny Loaches prefer a temperature range of 64°F to 75°F (18°C to 24°C).
  2. Minimum Size Tank: A tank with a capacity of at least 20 gallons is suitable for a small group of Siberian Spiny Loaches. They are social fish and are often kept in groups.

Feeding Habits: Siberian Spiny Loaches are omnivores. They will accept a variety of foods, including high-quality sinking pellets, flakes, live or frozen foods like bloodworms, brine shrimp, and small invertebrates. A varied diet is essential for their health and well-being.

Habitat Preference: In the wild, these loaches can be found in slow-moving or still waters, including rivers and ponds. They prefer a substrate with sand or fine gravel, and they may appreciate the presence of plants and hiding spots in the aquarium.

Water pH Level: Aim for a slightly acidic to neutral pH level, ranging from 6.0 to 7.5.

Behavior: Siberian Spiny Loaches are generally peaceful, but they can be territorial with their kind. It's advisable to keep them in groups to spread any aggression. They are known for their interesting behavior and may explore the tank actively.

These loaches are social and prefer to be kept in groups. Keeping them in a group can help reduce stress and aggression among individuals.
Siberian Spiny Loaches are not solitary; they are social fish and thrive better in the company of their own kind.
Siberian Spiny Loaches are bottom-dwelling fish and are most active during the night. They may spend a significant amount of time exploring the substrate in search of food.


Color: 
Siberian Spiny Loaches typically have a mottled coloration with shades of brown, beige, and gray. The coloration may vary among individuals, and they may exhibit interesting patterns.

It's important to note that providing a well-established tank with appropriate hiding spots, substrate, and tank mates is crucial for the well-being of Siberian Spiny Loaches. Additionally, maintaining good water quality is essential for their health. Always consider the specific needs of the species and conduct thorough research before setting up an aquarium for them.

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