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  • Serpae Tetra - Medium Large (.75""-1.25"" Length)"

    Serpae Tetra This particular species can be semi-aggressive and tends to nip at the fins of tank mates if the school is not large enough. Often found at the surface of a tank, this fish prefers having long stemmed plants as cover. A schooling fish, it does best when housed in groups of five or more of the same species in a tank with several hiding spots. Not recommended with smaller tetras or guppies.

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  • Red Minor Serpae Tetra

    features Tetras Tetras are active schooling fish that work well in the peaceful community aquarium. It is ideal to keep six or more fish of the same tetra species in the aquarium. Tetras do best in a well-planted aquarium with moderate lighting. 28 results Red Minor Serpae Tetra (Hyphessobrycon callistus) Starting at $1.49 28 results

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  • Red Minor Tetra

    Diet: Flake, Frozen, Freeze-dried Maximum size: 2 Water temperature: 72-82&deg F Swimming level: Middle Schooling fish (5+) Experience level: Beginner Tank Setup: 10+ gallons, densely planted Great for beginner aquarists, tetras are attractive, hardy fish that come in a variety of colorations and patterns. Tetras are an active, peaceful, schooling fish that mix well with other community fish. They prefer to swim in schools of five or more. Tetras can share their aquarium with other community danios,

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  • Aquarium Fish Tetra I Poster

    This collector's poster of 27 different varieties of tetras including jewel, serpae, penguin, and hatchet fish comes in their prescribed Latin names. Poster measures 23 by 31".

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  • Serpae Tetra - Hyphessobrycon eques

    The Serpae Tetra ( Hyphessobrycon eques ) has a red body that varies from pink to crimson. The dorsal and ventral fins are black with a slim white edge. There is also a black marking behind the gill on each side. They are small tetras; but very robust and can be kept with larger community fish without problems in many cases. Many tropical community aquariums are populated with tetras; rasboras and other similar schooling fish. Though these fish are rather small; their pleasant temperaments; the schooling

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  • Tetra-Red Minor Serpae

    Tetra-Red Minor Serpae Red Minor Serpae Tetra Hyphessobrycon callistus Temp: 72-82° F KH 4-8 pH 6.0-7.5 Max. Size: 2" The Red Minor Serpae Tetra is a peaceful, omnivorous, schooling fish that comes from South America. The Red Minor Serpae gets it name from its red/orange body with black markings behind the head and on dorsal and anal fins. Red Minor Serpae Tetra is great for the community aquarium and is extremely hardy. Hiding spaces such as rocks, plants, & driftwood are recommended to give this fish a

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  • Long Fin Red Minor Tetra

    Long Fin Red Minor Tetra Long Fin Red Minor Tetra Diet: Flake, Frozen, Freeze -dried Maximum size: 2" Water temperature: 72-82° F Swimming level: Middle Schooling fish (5+) Experience level: Beginner Tank Setup: 10+ gallons, densely planted Great for beginner aquarists, tetras are attractive, hardy fish that come in a variety of colorations and patterns. Tetras are an active, peaceful, schooling fish that mix well with other community fish. They prefer to swim in schools of five or more. Tetras can share

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  • Long Fin Red Minor Serpae Tetra

    Long Fin Red Minor Serpae Tetra Long Fin Red Minor Serpae Tetra Hyphessobrycon callistus Temp: 72-82° F KH 4-8 pH 6.0-7.5 Max. Size: 2" The Long Fin Red Minor Serpae Tetra is a peaceful, omnivorous, schooling fish that comes from South America. Long Fin Red Minor Serpae Tetra is great for the community aquarium and is extremely hardy but should be kept in schools of no less than 5 to minimize aggressive behavior. A good feeding regimen of blood worms and pelletized foods among most Tetras will also tame

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  • Red Serpae Tetra

    Red Serpae Tetra Description Red Serpae Tetra Hyphessobrycon eques is also known as Blood Tetra, Jewel Tetra, or Red Serpae Tetra. This is a schooling fish and as such is best kept in a group of five or more. If your aquarium contains somewhat timid feeders such as Discus or smaller tetras, then this fish is best avoided as it is very aggressive at feeding time. Maximum size for this fish is approximately 1.5 inches and they make a nice addition to a community aquarium. Red Serpae Tetra

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  • Candy Cane Tetra HY511

    Candy Cane Tetra HY511 Description Candy Cane Tetra HY511 Hyphessobrycon sp. 1 inch 2 inches Semi Aggressive Very similar to other large tetras such as serpae tetras, these fish also go by the name white tip tetra. These are best when kept in fairly large schools, so their chasing and nipping behavior isn't focused on too few of their kind.

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  • Serpae Tetra

    Serpae Tetra Serpae Tetra Your live fish may not match the image shown due to natural variations in each species. Each companion animal is different in shape, color, and personality. Serpae Tetra Serpae Tetra This particular species can be semi-aggressive and tends to nip at the fins of tank mates if the school is not large enough. Often found at the surface of a tank, this fish prefers having long stemmed plants as cover. A schooling fish, it does best when housed in groups of five or more of the same

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  • Photo Mug of Aquarium Fish - Serpae tetra from Ardea Wildlife Pets

    Photo Mug showing Aquarium Fish - Serpae tetra. LA-2551 Aquarium Fish - Serpae tetra Jean Michel Labat Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way. prints ardea . Chosen by Ardea Wildlife Pets. 11oz White ceramic coffee mug. Image printed using sublimation ink process. Microwave, dishwasher safe. This item is shipped from our American lab.

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