Barb Fish for Sale: Tiger Barbs and other Barb Species - Live Aquaria
Tropical Fish for Freshwater Aquariums: Green Tiger Barb - Live Aquaria
A Characin from the river systems of Africa. This unusual looking species is silvery sometiomes striped in color with large sharp teeth that can be easily seen. African Tiger Fish should only be maintained in a species tank or with other similar sized non-territorial species as it may harm itself or others in the aquarium when startled. After adjustment the African Tiger will usually accept frozen and prepared foods such as bloodworms, krill or ocean plankton as well as floating pellet food. The reproductive habits of this species are unknown. Smaller tigerfish will hunt in schools while larger ones are known to hunt alone. We ship them at approximately 4″+ but usually under 8″ max. This freshwater fish will prefer densely planted aquariums with roots and driftwood for hiding. Very wide or square tank is ideal.
The commonly available and popular Green Tiger Barb is one of the most notable color morphs of the This variety is truly striking with its deep fluorescent green or blue-green body coloring. When mature, its colors do tend to fade a bit, but a school of these playful and attractive fish makes an awesome display in a nice-sized aquarium. Some other common names for this fish are Moss Green Tiger Barb, Green Moss Tiger Barb, Moss-Banded Barb, Moss Barb, Platinum Green Tiger Barb, Moss Green Platinum Tiger Barb, and Blue Tiger Barb.
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Tiger Barbs and Goldfish - Aquarium Advice - Aquarium Forum Community
Example, say you have your aquarium stocked with the other fish that you want, and then you decide to add Tiger Barbs, unless you have a large tank where you can add a large community in one go you will have to stock slowly to avoid death and creating an overbearing load for your filtration, so adding them slowly in groups of about 3 or 4 is an average for most people, this is a small group and therefore causes stress to this fish resulting in the general behaviour most people perceive that it has, aggression.The common aquarium tiger barb is referred to as ‘Puntius tetrazona‘ throughout aquarium literature and is without doubt among the most recognisable fish in the hobby. It has been a popular ornamental subject for decades and both its natural and artificial colour forms are farmed on an enormous scale, with collection of wild examples virtually unheard of.This is another beautiful fish, similar in pattern to the Tiger Barb and therefore will create a really unique contrast in an aquarium. Perfect, smaller Barb with a peaceful nature.I let my son pick our first fish for our very first aquarium. He selected three tiger barbs, one for each child. The barbs started nipping and pestering right off the bat. After a lot of searching and reading I rushed out and got three more. They are basically calm now. Later I introduced a and all is still well. Next I'm going to get a couple of and a . Cross your fingers. Thanks FishLore