X10 Assorted Rainbow Fish Sml/Med Package -
X10 ASSORTED RAINBOW FISH SM/MD PACKAGE - YOURFISHSTORE FREE SHIPPING
Approx 1"-2" Each
They will be scooped out our holding tanks. We cannot guarantee we will be able to scoop ALL different types, but we will try to get a good variety.
Minimum Tank Size: 40 gallons
Care Level: Easy
Water Conditions: 72-77° F, KH 9-19, pH 7.0-8.0
Max. Size: 4"
Color Form: Blue, Orange
Rainbows are becoming more popular and widespread in the aquarium hobby because of their unique coloration, low maintenance and easy breeding. Rainbowfish originated in the warmer climates of northern Australia and Papua New Guinea. Each species is unique and can even have micro variations within the species depending on which stream or lake they are caught.
They are an excellent community fish and most species school with their own species and even other Rainbowfish. Rainbowfish coexist with their own species and other community species such as Tetras and Discus. If breeding Rainbowfish it is important to be aware that they can and will crossbreed with other species. The resulting young are often discolored and stunted. If breeding Rainbows is on the agenda it is important to house them in a species specific aquarium.
Rainbowfish are a popular choice in the aquarium hobby due to their range of sizes. Some Rainbows will stay very small, such as Threadfin Rainbowfish. The Threadfin Rainbowfish grows to a maximum of 1" and has beautiful long fins and mirrored scales. Most dwarf Rainbow varieties will grow to a maximum of 1.5" (4-5cm) and look great as a large school in a big aquarium. They are an excellent substitute for some of the more common Tetra varieties like the Neon Tetra or the Cardinal Tetra.
The name Rainbowfish is derived from the amazing iridescent colorations that change when light reflects off of these fish. These hardy, active fish do well with a variety of community fish. A schooling fish, Rainbowfish prefer to be in groups of six or more fish of the same species.
*The rainbow fish will be secured and bagged randomly from the list below:
Goyder River Trifasciata Rainbow
Dwarf Kamaka Rainbow
Gertrudae Aru II Rainbow
New Guinea Rainbow
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