Neon Tetra, the beautiful fish species, originates from the blackwater streams and tributaries and clear water in Amazon and Orinoco River basins. Neon Tetra fish breed is extremely popular and is available in different varieties of captive-bred specimens. This includes golden strain, long-finned neon tetra, etc.
But before sharing the breeding care guide for Neon Tetra, take a look at the overview of this lovely fish breed. The information chart will let you understand everything about Neon Tetra in detail.
The Norman’s Lampeye Killifish is a peaceful fish whose small size makes it absolutely perfect for the nano or planted aquarium. Its name refers to the horizontal crescent at the top of its eye that seems to “glow” under the aquarium light. Native to Central and Western Africa, this hardy fish is excellent for even beginners. It will often spawn in the aquarium.
The Norman’s Lampeye Killifish occupies the top level of the water column almost exclusively. It is not afraid to jump, so it must be kept in an aquarium with either a lid/hood/canopy or at least a significantly lowered water level. It will not eat or bother plants and it will appreciate the cover, especially with floating plants. This fish is clearly best suited for a heavily planted aquarium.
Celestial Pearl Danios (aka Galaxy Rasboras) are a beautiful freshwater species that we recommend all the time. Their mix of beauty and straightforward care requirements make them a no-brainer for any aquarist looking to bring a splash of color to their tank. Even though they’re a popular nano aquarium choice, they’re more versatile than many people realize.
Rummy nose tetra is a tropical freshwater fish and is native to South American rivers. Discovered by Heiko Bleher, the scientific name for this fish is Hemigrammus bleheri. They belong to the family Characids consisting of freshwater subtropical and tropical fishes
One of the many tetras in the genus, these fish are a favorite among the others for fishkeeping. They are nicknamed firehead tetra or firetip tetra. They are easy to take care of and their unique colors make them an attractive addition to the fish tank.
The Zebra Danio is endemic to India, however encountering wild specimens is rare, as the majority of Zebra danio available within the aquarium trade are commercially produced because it’s more cost effective and they spawn very readily. One of the most popular danio species and very easy to keep, the Zebra danio appears just as its name suggests with a shimmering silver body that has several horizontal dark stripes. Zebra danio are natural shoaling fish, thriving best with at least 8 individuals but more are encouraged. Danios are gregarious, and too few of individuals can result in them harassing other tank mates. An adult Zebra danio can reach a size of approximately 1.5″.
Emperor Tetra is an underrated freshwater fish that we’ve been a fan of for years. While they’re not as popular as some of the other tetras out there, we think they deserve more attention. These fish have an understated beauty that really shines when you see them in person. Not only that, but they’re also extremely easy to care for! This guide will teach you the basics of Emperor Tetra care and give you plenty of extra information you should know if you’re thinking about becoming an owner. By the time you’re done reading it, you’ll be ready to buy some for yourself