Gold Tiger Barb

Most tropical fish keepers have kept Tiger Barbs at some point in time. They are not always the ideal community fish as they can pester and fin nip. However, they can be an ideal tank mate for some of the more boisterous fish such as some American Cichlids.

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Neon Tetra

The neon tetra is a Freshwater fish of the characin family of order Characiformes. The type species of its genus, it is native to blackwater and clearwater streams in the Amazon basin of South America.

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Fiveband Barb

The Fiveband Barb is a species of cyprinid freshwater fish from Southeast Asia.

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Description

Our size - 1.5-3cm

Max size - 5-5.5cm

Temperature range - 21–26°C

pH range - 4-7

Diet - Primarily a micropredator feeding on small insects, worms, crustaceans and other zooplankton in nature. In the aquarium it will accept dried foods of a suitable size but should not be fed these exclusively.

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Gold Barb

Barbodes semifasciolatus, the Chinese barb, is a species of cyprinid fish native to the Red River basin in southeast Asia where they occur in fresh waters at depths of 5 metres or less. The captive variant popularly known as the gold barb or Schuberti barb is an extremely popular aquarium fish.

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Filament Barb

Dawkinsia filamentosa, filament barb is a species of barb. Young fish have barely any colour and black spots. They start having more colour at three months old. The fish is a swift swimmer. Males are larger than females and they fertilize eggs by swimming into the cloud of eggs.

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