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Nutrition, Anatomy, Health, and Diseases

The anatomy and physiology of freshwater and brackish water species differs from land animals in many respects. Freshwater fish and invertebrates have organs and systems not found in land animals. But, like other animals, freshwater species can have bacterial, viral, and fungal infections, as well as parasites. Learn about the normal body functions of freshwater fish and invertebrates, as well as the diseases that can affect them.

The nutritional needs of each individual freshwater species vary widely; each has its own special food preferences and requirements. While it may nearly be impossible to reproduce the exact diet that the inhabitants of your fresh or brackish water aquarium would eat in the wild, there are many types of foods and feeding methods available to the aquarist. Learn some nutrition basics as well as more detailed recommendations for specific species.

An Introduction to Breeding Tropical Fish 
Anatomy & Physiology 
Aquarium First Aid 
Bacterial Infections in Aquarium Fish 
Balanced Fish Diet 
Basic Freshwater Fish Nutrition 
Basic Freshwater Fish Nutrition: Types of Food 
Eye Anatomy 
Flatworms in Your Freshwater Aquarium 
Freshwater Hole in the Head Disease 
Fungal Infections in Aquarium Fish 
Germs: Bacteria, Viruses and Fungi 
Heart Anatomy 
Ich in Freshwater Fish 
Interesting Fish Facts 
Kidney Disease in Fish 
Neurons 
Overfeeding Fish 
Protecting Your Aquarium from Contaminating Toxins 
Stress and Fish Health 
Nutrition, Anatomy, and Health