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Neon Tetras are peaceful tropical fish and best kept in schools of 6 or more.
Hello I have a question I went to Walmart and got a pink and green neon tropical fish they are tiny and I want to put my goldfish with them but I’m pretty scared
GOLD NEON TETRA: size 1.6 inches, show their best colors in neutral -slightly acidic water; temperature 68F-78F; enjoy a planted aquarium; timid fish best kept with other smaller or shy species; Tank mates- kuhli loaches, other colors of neons, cherry barbs, platies, scarlet badis, ghost shrimp, other smaller tetras, rasboras, cherry shrimp, peacock gudgeons, sparkling gourami, snails; Tags- albino, white, nano, tropical fish, pet, aquarium.
Tropical Fish for Freshwater Aquariums: Neon Tetra ..
Tropical Fish for Freshwater Aquariums: Neon Blue ..
The Neon tetras belongs to the genus Paracheirodon in the family Characidae. This makes it closely related to other popular aquarium fishes like the Cardinal tetra (Paracheirodon axelrodi) and the Green Neon tetra (Paracheirodon simulans). The less commonly kept Black Neon tetra (Hyphessobrycon herbertaxelrodi)is however a more distant relative since it belongs to another genus within the family Characidae; the genus Hyphessobrycon. All members of the genus Paracheirodon are native to the Neotropic ecozone in northern South America and their bodies are decorated with a characteristic sparkling blue lateral line. They are often kept together in planted community aquariums with soft, acidic waters and tropical water temperatures. The Neon Tetra fish is one of the most attractive of all the readily available tropical fishes. The neon tetra has been getting a bad reputation in recent years for the difficulty in keeping them alive in the home aquarium. This bad reputation could be attributed to the increasing public demand and the methods by which breeders are meeting those demands by the inbreeding of this once hardy tropical fish.The Neon Tetra is a pelagic freshwater fish native to tropical parts of northern South America. The Neon tetra originates from westerns Brazil, south-eastern Colombia and eastern Peru and wild Neon Tetras can be found in the headwaters of the River Amazon, Tiger, Napo and Yarapa. It is present in both blackwater and clearwater stream tributaries. You can however not find Neon tetras in the whitewater rivers that run from the Andes. The Neon Tetras have bright colours and an iridescent stripe in order to be visible in dark blackwaters. Here is some HD footage of a couple of my black neon tetra tropical freshwater fish. They are extremely active and hard to follow, so I am glad I was using a quality camera.