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Glass Bloodfin Tetra

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The minimum tank for a small school of about 5-7 fish is between 10-20 gallons, but a larger one is always better, as it provides more swimming space.

The Glass Bloodfin usually swims in the middle to upper sections of the tank.

If acclimated properly and kept within the same water parameters, the Bloodfin Tetra will become very hardy and easy to care for.

They like a water pH between 6-8.0 and will thrive in cooler water temperatures between 70-80 degrees Fahrenheit.

This is why they are sometimes kept in cold water aquariums or aquariums without a heater.

Though it is always best to use a heater to keep the water temperature stable, as large fluctuations will stress your fish.

As for the decorations, the Bloodfin Tetra love lush, live vegetation in their tank, as this recreates their natural habitat in the South American river basins.




The Right Bloodfin Tetra Tank Mates

·       Clown Pleco. Clown Pleco is a very hardy but shy fish. ...

·       Neon Tetra. If you have a relatively soft tank, Neon Tetra's can be very good tank mates for your Bloodfins. ...

·       Celestial Pearl Danios. ...

·       Corydoras. ...

·       Gold Barbs. ...

·       Mollies. ...

·       Platy.