Massimiliano Ghelfi’s Great Aquarium
Massimiliano tells us that unfortunately two of his oldest fishes died this year, a 15 years old Paracanthurus hepatus and a 10 years old Naso lituratus… but there are still many others.
A splendid Acanthurus leucosternon constantly suffering from ich still appears plump enough and quite healthy.
A beautiful Ctenochaetus strigosus.
A splendid Zebrasoma xanthurum
This Siganus lovolpinus is a bit ugly, maybe because still very young, it also shows few white spots.
We cannot forget an amazing angel fish, Centropyge loriculus, a fish I always liked but never owned.
The last fishes we took pictures of are a pair of clownfishes, Premnas biaculeatus, which regularly spawn at the foot of a Entacmaea quadricolor, the only anemone in the tank.
Massimiliano tells us that his fishes are fed with frozen Artemia, Mysis, and krill or with their freeze-dried version by SHG.
We close the fish chapter with these pictures. We’re now ready to move to the corals section.