Waxdick: A. gueldenstaedti
The Waxdick is probably one of the most interesting sturgeon as pond fish, since it has a very contrasting body colouring. The fish is mostly at the bottom, but includes the shore in the search for food. Like all young sturgeons, young wax thick have big problems with filamentous algae, but larger ones no longer, quickly become tame and even eat out of their hands. Today they are one of the most sought-after sturgeon species, even in ponds.