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Small Tetras

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Cardinal Tetra
(Paracheirodon axelrodi)
Starting at $6.99
…coloration differs from its cousin, the Neon Tetra, which has a red stripe that runs only halfway down the body. Equally as peaceful as Neon Tetras, Paracheirodon axelrodi will school together for a brilliant display of activity and color to dress small to large aquarium systems.Native to the slow…
X-Ray Pristella Tetra
(Pristella maxillaris)
Starting at $2.49
…X-Ray Pristella Tetra is a schooling fish and should be ideally kept in groups of six or more. Similar to other tetra species, the male X-Ray Pristella Tetra will tend to be smaller and thinner than the female. The natural diet of the X-Ray Pristella Tetra consists primarily of small insects and…
Neon Tetra
(Paracheirodon innesi)
Starting at $1.89
…display of color. Extremely peaceful, the Neon Tetra should be kept with similarly non-aggressive tankmates of a similar size. This member of the Characidae family thrives in slightly acidic water with stable water parameters. To breed Neon Tetras, separate a pair into a "breeding tank" with no…
Ember Tetra
(Hyphessobrycon amandae)
Starting at $2.99
…the parents will be necessary to reduce the number of lost fry. Feed the fry baby brine shrimp or crushed flake food. The Ember Tetra will accept many small foods such as brine shrimp or daphnia, freeze-dried bloodworms and tubifex, micro pellet food, and a high quality flake food.Approximate…
GloFish®, Galactic Purple ®Tetra
(Gymnocorymbus sp.)
Starting at $10.99
…protein gene which occurs naturally in some marine organisms. Keeping GloFish® is as easy as keeping Tetras. For best care, keep this peaceful fish by themselves in small aquariums or in small schools with equally non-aggressive fish. Since they are omnivores, feed GloFish® a varied diet of flake…
Glowlight Tetra
(Hemigrammus erythrozonus)
Starting at $1.79
…Glowlight Tetra glows like a lamp when lighting conditions are just right. The colorful, neon red/orange stripe shows up best when the aquarium lights are dimmed. For maximum visual effect keep Glowlight Tetras in groups.The Glowlight Tetra is a very popular and hardy freshwater tetra. It originally…
Red Minor Serpae Tetra
(Hyphessobrycon callistus)
Starting at $1.49
…Serpae Tetra is great for the community aquarium.Hiding spaces such as rocks, plants, and driftwood are recommended to give this fish a sense of security. Taller plants should be used to coincide with its mid-level swimming habits along with plenty of rock formed cave structures. Serpae Tetras will…
Buenos Aires Tetra
(Hemigrammus caudovittatus)
Starting at $1.99
…Aires Tetras breed occasionally in an aquarium setting and a hospital or "breeding tank" will be necessary. Slightly acidic water is best for optimal breeding habits. After the eggs begin to hatch, removing the parents will reduce the number of lost fry. The Buenos Aires Tetra will accept many small
Penguin Tetra
(Thayeria boehlkei)
Starting at $3.99
…The Penguin Tetra can be housed in an aquarium with other soft water fish. Tetras are a schooling fish that work well in groups of six or more fish of the same species. Live plants, rocks and driftwood help to enhance its natural habitat and provide hiding spaces. Penguin Tetras breed occasionally…
Green Fire Tetra
(Aphyocharax rathbuni)
Starting at $3.99
…aquarium when large numbers of Green Fire Tetras are present. To avoid losing the fry, a separate "breeding tank" should be used, and the adults removed after spawning to prevent them from eating there offspring.The Green Fire Tetra will accept many small foods such as brine shrimp or daphnia,…
Diamond Tetra
(Moenkhausia pittieri)
Starting at $2.59
The Diamond Tetra, also known as Brillantsalmler, Diamond Characin, Pittier's Tetra and Timanttitetra is native to South American inland waters. They are said to sparkle like a diamond with their silvery scales and orange accents.These Tetras prefer a heavily planted tank and softer water on the…
Emperor Tetra
(Nematobrycon palmeri)
Starting at $2.89
…Emperor Tetra will breed occasionally in an aquarium setting and a hospital or "breeding tank" will be necessary. Slightly acidic water is best for optimal breeding habits. After spawning, remove the parents to prevent them from eating their offspring.The Emperor Tetra will accept many small foods…
Diamond Head Neon Tetra
(Paracheirodon innesi)
Starting at $7.99
…relatively small number of eggs, which hatch in about 24 hours after fertilization. This can happen frequently if large numbers of Diamond Head Neon Tetras are present. To avoid losing the fry, a separate "breeding tank" should be used.The Diamond Head Neon Tetra will accept many small foods such as…
Gold Pristella Tetra
(Pristella maxillaris)
Starting at $1.99
…Gold Pristella Tetra is a schooling fish and should be ideally kept in groups of six or more. Similar to other tetra species, the male Gold Pristella Tetra will tend to be smaller and thinner than the female. The natural diet of the Gold Pristella Tetra consists primarily of small insects and…
Red Eye Tetra
(Moenkhausia sanctaefilomene)
Starting at $1.39
…The Red Eye Tetra is a relatively larger tetra and should ideally be housed in a 20 gallon or larger aquarium. The male Red Eye Tetra will tend to be smaller and thinner than the female. Similar to many Tetra species, the natural diet of the Red Eye Tetra consists primarily of small insects and…
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