Rasboras

Rasboras

Rasboras

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Common name: Burmese Zebra Rasbora.

Species: Celestichthys erythromicron.

Habitat: Myanmar; Known from the isolated mountain lake of Inlé and surrounding watershed in Shan state (eastern Myanmar) and also occurs close to Loi Kaw township in neighbouring Kayah state to the south.

Potential size: 2.5cm.

Social behaviour: A very peaceful community fish. Keep in groups of 5 or 6+ with other small community fish.

Food: Flake, granules, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£3.95

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Common name: Hengel's Rasbora.

Species: Trigonostigma hengeli.

Habitat: Thailand, Indonesia, Sumatra.

Potential size: 3cm.

Social behaviour: A peaceful community fish. Best kept in groups of 5 or 6+.

Food: Flake, granules, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£2.50

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Common name: Scissortail Rasbora.

Species: Rasbora trilineata.

Habitat: Borneo, Sumatra, Mekong River.

Potential size: 12.5cm.

Social behaviour: A peaceful community fish. Best kept in groups of 5 or 6+.

Food: Flake, granules, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£2.50

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Common name: Magnificent Black-Line Rasbora.

Species: Rasbora borapetensis.

Habitat: Mekong.

Potential size: 5cm.

Social behaviour: A peaceful community fish. Best kept in groups of 5 or 6+.

Food: Flake, granules, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£2.95

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Common name: Celestial Pearl Danio.

Species: Danio margaritatus.

Habitat: Found around 70 - 80km north east of Lake Inle in North Myanmar (Discovered August 2006).

Potential size: 2.5cm.

Social behaviour: A very peaceful community fish, suitable for any small fish community aquarium. Keep in shoals of 5 or 6+.

Food: Flake, granules, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£3.95

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Common name: Chilli Rasbora.

Species: Boraras brigittae.

Habitat: Indonesia, South Borneo.

Potential size: 2.5cm.

Social behaviour: A very peaceful species, suitable for most small-fish community aquariums. Keep in groups of 5 or 6+.

Food: Flake, granules, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£2.95

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Common name: Harlequin Rasbora.

Species: Trigonostigma heteromorpha.

Habitat: Singapore, Malaysia, Sumatra, Thailand.

Potential size: 4.5cm.

Social behaviour: A peaceful community fish.

Food: Flake, granules, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£2.95

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Common name: Neon Yellow Rasbora.

Species: Microdevario kubotai.

Habitat: Thailand. Very rarely imported.

Potential size: 3cm.

Social behaviour: A peaceful community fish. Keep in groups of 4 or 5+.

Food: Flake, granules, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£3.95

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Common name: Phoenix Rasbora.

Species: Boraras merah.

Habitat: Borneo, Indonesia.

Potential size: 2cm.

Social behaviour: A peaceful community fish. Keep in groups of 5 or 6+ with other small fish, shrimps and snails.

Food: Flake, granules, frozen food, live food etc.

£1.95

Common name: Sarawak Blue Line Rasbora.

Species: Rasbora sarawakensis.

Habitat: Borneo: Recorded in numerous river systems including the Batang Kayan & the Sungai Sarawak

Potential size: 5cm.

Social behaviour: A peaceful community fish. Best kept in groups of at least 6 or 7+.

Food: Flake, frozen food, live food etc.

£4.95

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Common name: Red Cherry Rasbora.

Species: Rasbora lacrimula.

Habitat: Asia: Mahakam Drainage in Kalimantan, Timur, Borneo, Indonesia.

Potential size: 3.2cm.

Social behaviour: A peaceful community fish. Ideally suited to a planted aquarium containing similar sized peaceful community fish. Best kept in groups of 5 or 6+. Newly discovered species. Very rarely imported.

Food: Flake, granules, frozen food, live food etc.

 

 

£2.95

Common name: Lambchop Rasbora.

Species: Trigonostigma espei.

Habitat:  Southwest of Thailand and Southeast border with Cambodia.

Potential size: 3cm.

Social behaviour: A peaceful community fish. Best kept in groups of 5 or 6+.

Food: Flake, granules, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£2.95

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Common name: Clown Rasbora.

Species: Rasbora kalochroma.

Habitat: Native to Peninsular Malaysia and the Greater Sunda Islands of Borneo and Sumatra..

Potential size: 10cm.

Social behaviour: A very peaceful species, suitable for most community aquariums. Keep in groups of 5 or 6+.

Food: Flake, granules, frozen food, live food etc.

 

£6.95

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