Template:Fish Data/doc

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The {{Fish Data}} template is used for creating a template for profiles for fish, amphibians and reptiles.

Usage[edit source]

Variables[edit source]

name[edit source]

This is the common name of the fish in question. Generally the most common name should be listed here.

image[edit source]

This filed should be set to the file name the image that will be displayed in the profile box

caption[edit source]

This caption will be displayed beneath the image

species[edit source]

This is the species name of the most commonly associated fish, it should generally be the same as the page name

difficulty[edit source]

This should be set as a rating of difficulty. Only values from Template:Units-difficulty will be recognized.

min_tank_size[edit source]

This is the minimum tank size that the fish should be kept in. This should only be a numeric value, and contain no units. Either Liters or US Gallons may be used.

min_tank_size_units[edit source]

This value should indicate the units you used in the min_tank_size variable. You should enter either L or Gal. This value is passed to the Template:Units-vol, so only strings recognized there will be understood.

max_size[edit source]

This is the maximum size that the fish commonly grows to in captivity. Units can be either cm or inches. Only numeric values should be entered.

max_size_units[edit source]

This is the units you entered the max_size value for. Generally you should enter either cm or in here. Values are parsed using Template:Units-size

min_temperature[edit source]

This value is used to denote the lower range of the animals viable temperature. The value can be in either Ferinheight or Celsius. The units must match the max_temperature variable.

max_temperature[edit source]

The high end of the animals viable temperature range. The value can be in either Ferinheight or Celsius. The units must match the max_temperature variable.

temperature_units[edit source]

This variable defines the units used in the min_temperature and max_temperature variables. Understood variables are F and C. These values are parsed by Template:Units-temp

min_ph[edit source]

This variable represents the minimum pH the animal can tolerate. This should be a numeric value.

max_ph[edit source]

This variable represents the maximum pH the animal can tolerate. This should be a numeric value.

min_water_hardness[edit source]

This variable represents the minimum water hardness the animal can tolerate. This should be a numeric value.

max_water_hardness[edit source]

This variable represents the maximum water hardness the animal can tolerate. This should be a numeric value.

stocking_ratio_female[edit source]

This number, combined with the stocking ratio male should indicate the number of males to females to keep in single tank.

stocking_ratio_male[edit source]

This number, combined with the stocking ratio female should indicate the number of males to females to keep in single tank.

availability[edit source]

This is a string representing how common a fish is. This string is parsed by the Template:Units-availability template.

diet[edit source]

This is a string representing the type of food this animal should be fed. This value is parsed by the Template:Units-diet

food_pellet[edit source]

This is a boolean (1 for true, or 0 for false) indicating if this fish will accept pellet food.

food_flake[edit source]

This is a boolean (1 for true, or 0 for false) indicating if this fish will accept flake food.

food_live[edit source]

This is a boolean (1 for true, or 0 for false) indicating if this fish will accept live food.

food_vegetables[edit source]

This is a boolean (1 for true, or 0 for false) indicating if this fish will accept fresh veggies.

food_other[edit source]

This is a boolean (1 for true, or 0 for false) indicating if this fish will requires a non-standard food.

min_life_span[edit source]

This variable indicates the low-end of the expected lifespan of the fish.

max_life_span[edit source]

This variable indicates the high-end of the expected lifespan of the fish.

min_sg[edit source]

This value is used to indicate the low end of the tolerable specific gravity. For freshwater set this to one, or leave it blank.

max_sg[edit source]

This value is used to indicate the high end of the tolerable specific gravity. For freshwater set this to one, or leave it blank.


Code[edit source]

{{Fish Data
  |name = 
  |image = 
  |caption = 
  |species = 
  |difficulty = 
  |min_tank_size = 
  |min_tank_size_unit =
  |max_size = 
  |min_size = 
  |size_units = 
  |min_ph = 
  |max_ph = 
  |min_temperature = 
  |max_temperature =
  |temperature_units = 
  |min_water_hardness = 
  |max_water_hardness = 
  |stocking_ratio_female = 
  |stocking_ratio_male = 
  |availability = 
  |diet = 
  |food_pellet = 
  |food_flake = 
  |food_live = 
  |food_vegetables =
  |food_other = 
  |min_life_span = 
  |max_life_span = 
  |min_sg =
  |max_sg =
}}

Change log[edit source]

  • March 3, 2011
    • Change log started