Great Snakehead (Channa marulius)
From The Aquarium Wiki
(Redirected from Great Snakehead)
1325 Litres (350 US G.)
150-180 cm (59.1-70.9")
6.5 - 7.5
24 -28 °C (75.2-82.4°F)
You can contribute to the Aquarium Wiki by expanding this article. Dont be shy!.
- Great Snakehead, Bullseye Snakehead, Cobra Snakehead
Additional scientific names
- Channa marulia, Ophicephalus marulius, Ophicephalus grandinosus, Ophicephalus leucopunctatus
- Asia: India to China, south to Thailand and Cambodia and Pakistan
- This is a very large, aggressive and predatory fish that, if kept with other fish, should be in very large aquaria and with similar size or larger than the Snakehead and very robust.
- A fairly unfussy fish that will accept the vast majority of meaty foods including crickets, earthworms, tadpoles and pieces of fish. In the wild they take frogs, fish, birds, snakes and small rodents!
- Feed sparingly once or twice a day. This fish has a voracious appetite.
- This fish requires extremely large secure aquaria, a tropical pond is ideal.
- A very large, predatory and aggressive fish.
|In a holding tank:|
- Fishbase (Mirrors: )