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Channa aurantimaculata

ชื่อสินค้า : Channa aurantimaculata
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รายระเอียดสินค้า : Channa aurantimaculata
Scientific name: Channa Aurantimaculata
Common name : Golden spotted cobra snakehead , Orange spotted snakehead
Size: upto around 16 inches or around 40 cm
Temperature: 19deg in winter and up to 25deg in summer
Prefered PH: between 6 and 7ph but know to tolerate a wide range
Natural range: Brahmaputra River basin, Northern Assam, India - same area as bleheri and sp turqoise
Habitat: ponds, swamps and streams etc 
Introduced range : none known at this time
Breeding : only known breeding sucess is reported by a german aquarist , from this we know they are mouthbrooders and also egg feeders , practice spawning can be witnessed year round but activity heightens as temperatures drop during winter. We believe the trigger temperature to be around 20deg , as with all channa its best to start out with a group and let the fish pair up for themselves .

Sexing: it is very dificult to tell the sexes apart ,but there are some pointers that will help with this , females have less spots / freckles and wider more defined orange bars , females' heads are more rounded when looking from a profile shot male has more sloped head. 

Tank set-up: floating cover is a must for this species as they like to hang out under it , also a cave of some description is prefered ,without a cave they usually dig into the substrate to try and burrow, tank should be well structured with plants and wood ,to enable less dominant fish an escape route. Sand substrate is preferred and they have been know to eat small pebbles rocks etc which most of the time they throw up but they may get stuck and cause problems. Like most sub-tropicals from India they seem to prefer the addition of powerheads near the surface during winter, which can be removed around april in time for summer 

Tank size: even though this is a medium sized channa keeping any more than one requires a very long tank ,otherwise fights will break out constantly and will often result in the death of any of the fish , i would advise 7ft or longer for a pair of group , single fish kept as a specimen can be housed in smaller quarters

Feeding: all the usual foodstuffs are taken ,but seem to show a preference for prawn, shrimp,small cuts of fish, etc but are quite happy with most frozen foods and can be trained to eat pellets but when eating pellets they are very messy so having an excellent filtration system is a must. 

Temperament: towards there own kind they are among one of the nastiest channa around. They simply cannot stand each other unless they have formed a pair, even then fights can break out at the drop of a hat and they are capable of inflicting great damage on each other, strangly when mixed with other fish they seem to ignore all but the smallest fish ,if they dont see it as food they are usually fine. 

Mixing: firstly these fish are best kept as a pair ,a bonded pair and as the availability of true bonded pairs is nearly non existent and if they do come up the prices would reflect this. So it is best to keep in a species tank in the hope to get a pair from the group. You should have no problem in moving on any fish you end up with extra as they are always on demand, if keeping a bonded pair of group is not for you , this species can be housed with other fish, but choose carefully robust fish that are not overly aggresive, as these fish are sub-tropical you need to house with fish that will tolerate the lowest end of the tropical range, i would not suggest keeping long term at temperatures above 24-25deg, keeping in mind this fish does need floating cover to feel secure it is probably best to also avoid fish that eat plants. 

Notes: one of the most in demand of all the channa and low availability means that this fish comands a high price even at small sizes. If the channa ban goes ahead in 2010 with lack of tank bred specimens, prices will no doubt sore , and in time could be lost from the trade , it is impotant for any owner to try to breed there aurantimaculatas to keep this fish in the trade 
 
 
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Channa aurantimaculata

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 Scientific name: Channa Aurantimaculata Common name : Golden spotted cobra snakehead , Orange spotted snakehead Size: upto around 16 inches or around 40 cm
 Common Name :Rainbow snakehead Scientific Name :Channa bleheri Acquirement :wild caught Temperture :25-30 °C pH :6.5-7.5 Origin :ASIA Average Size :14-15 CM
Common Name :Blue Rainbow snakehead Scientific Name: Channa bleheri BLUE Acquirement :wild caught Temperture :25-30 °C pH :6.5-7.5 Origin :ASIA Average :Size 12-14 CM
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