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Silver Tip Tetra

Silver Tip Tetra

Aqua Brill Pet Store

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Silver Tip Tetras stem from Brazil. The body differs from silver in women to yellow/copper in males. Silver Tip Tetras do not have an adipose fin (the little one, on top, simply prior to the tail).

Silver Tip Tetras do not have an adipose fin (the little one, on top, simply prior to the tail). Silver Tip Tetras are a normal education tetra and ought to be kept in groups of at least 6. The Silver Tip Tetra need to be kept with aggressive bigger tetras, such as the Blind Cave Tetra, the Colombian Tetra, the Serpae Tetra and the Buenos Aires Tetra. Silver Tip Tetras are certainly not great buddies for smaller sized guppies and tetras. The Silver Tip Tetra consumes flake foods, freeze dried bloodworms and salt water shrimp.



Silver Tip Tetra - Compatibility
The Silver Tip Tetra works with the Black Skirt Tetra, Blind Cave Tetra, Buenos Aires Tetra, Corydoras Catfish, Mollies, Platies, Plecostomus, Serpae Tetra, Swordtails, Zebra Danio
Silver Tip Tetra - Breeding
The woman is simple to identify by its paler color and the broadness of the body when packed with eggs. Sets must be separated for more than a week prior to reproducing and fed a range of foods. Tetras have adhesive eggs, so great leaved plants must be utilized to capture the eggs.
Silver Tip Tetra - Profile
Taxonomic Name: Hasemania nana
Household: Characin
Temperature level: 22 - 28 C; 72 - 82 F.
pH: 6.0 - 8.0.
Size: 2.5 cm; 1 inch.
Life expectancy: 5 years.
Breeding: Difficult, Egg Layer.

Silver Tip Tetra
Silver Tip Tetra - Aquarium Setup
Silver Tip Tetras are a normal education tetra and ought to be kept in groups of at least 6. The Silver Tip Tetra need to be kept with aggressive bigger tetras, such as the Blind Cave Tetra, the Colombian Tetra, the Serpae Tetra and the Buenos Aires Tetra. The Silver Tip Tetra consumes flake foods, freeze dried bloodworms and salt water shrimp.

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