Just a few time ago it was uploaded by the channel Aqua Fish Hobbyist, the video “Types of Rasbora Fish”.
As pubished in the youtube page by Aqua Fish Hobbyist: “Brightly coloured friendly and highly active, rasboras are an aquarium favourite. Their peaceful nature makes them a great choice for a community tank and their natural hardiness means that they’re ideal starter fish for the beginner aquarist. They adapt well to aquarium conditions and can be delightful to watch.
Rasboras are schooling fish and are happiest in groups of six or more. Averaging about two inches in length, they get on well with other schooling fish of about the same size. For best results, keep them in a densely planted tank with plenty of hiding places.
They like slightly acidic water, so bogwood is also a good choice, providing cover and lowering the pH of the water at the same time. Make sure there are some floating plants on the surface of the water so that your rasboras feel more secure. They can become distressed if directly exposed to bright light for too long.
Rasboras are carnivorous fish and do best on a diet with lots of live food (such as daphnia, bloodworm and crustaceans), though they will also accept flakes. Although they can adapt to a variety of water conditions, they are quite sensitive to sudden changes, so you should be particularly careful when carrying out partial water changes or moving them between tanks.
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