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Cardinal Tetras | My Aquarium Club

The majority of Cardinal tetras offered in fish stores have been wild caught. This means they are coming from South American rivers, which have extremely soft water with a

11 Compatible Tetra Tank Mates + 6 Incompatible Ones

Since cardinal tetras are tiny fish, any large and aggressive fish that can look upon them as potential prey should be avoided. The ideal tank mates for cardinal tetras are: Neon tetras, Guppies, Mollies, Dwarf Gourami, Loaches, Corydoras catfish, Zebra Danios, Rasboras, and; Invertebrates such as

73 Different Tropical Aquarium Tetras - Rare & Common

Tetras generally have compressed bodies and can be typically identified by their fins. They commonly possess a tall dorsal fin and a homocercal caudal fin distinguished by a short connection to the fish's body. Additionally, Tetras have a long anal fin extending from a posterior of the dorsal fin and ending on the ventral caudal peduncle.

Weird white spot on a cardinal tetra | Tropical Fish Forums 🐠

2021-8-29 · So this is one of my cardinal tetras. It has a white spot on its side. And it’s not ich. It’s just one big spot and he has damaged fins. Nothing in the tank can rlly bully him. Um, I am having trouble diagnosing the fish but he has been like that for a while and it hasn’t affected any other fish.

Cardinal Tetras Dying One By One :( | Tropical Fish Forums 🐠

2011-8-2 · hi to all, I bought 12 cardinal tetras 3 days ago from my LFS. since then they have been dying for no apparent reason. they all swim fine and have full colouration. they dont seem to have any issues other then they don't swim together since a lot of them have died. i am now left with 4 cardinals and since 12oclock this afternoon i had six. i found one dying earliar, it just started swimming ...

Endler Attacking Cardinal Tetras | My Aquarium Club

Endler attacking cardinal tetras. By Aquarium04, 4 years ago on General Freshwater Questions. 888 888. Endler attacking cardinal tetras. My endler keeps attacking and chasing my cardinal tetras, he is also nipping their fins? I separated him for 24 hours in a clear plastic breeder box with holes in it, then released him and he still continued ...

Can Siamese Fighting Fish Live With Tetras -

2021-3-21 · Can siamese fighting fish live with tetras.Females can be with other females but males can not be with any other betta s. If a community tank is desired siamese fighting fish can sometimes be kept with smaller peaceful fish such as corydora or otoclinus catfish and small non nippy tetras tetras are best kept in a shoal of five or more of the same species.

Severums and Tetras | Cichlid Fish Forum

2009-3-27 · 697 Posts. Discussion Starter · #1 · Mar 25, 2009. I was planning on changing up a tank. I have three severums, 5 dwarf flag cichlids, a gold nugget pleco, I am going to keep in a 90 gallon. I would like to keep some shoals of tetras. I was wondering what species (excluding silver dollars) might work or if the sevs would eventually eat the ...

Cardinal Tetras | My Aquarium Club

The majority of Cardinal tetras offered in fish stores have been wild caught. This means they are coming from South American rivers, which have extremely soft water with a low pH, and, very warm water temperature. So, the GH is another parameter to consider.

11 Compatible Tetra Tank Mates + 6 Incompatible Ones

Since cardinal tetras are tiny fish, any large and aggressive fish that can look upon them as potential prey should be avoided. The ideal tank mates for cardinal tetras are: Neon tetras, Guppies, Mollies, Dwarf Gourami, Loaches, Corydoras catfish, Zebra Danios, Rasboras, and; Invertebrates such as

73 Different Tropical Aquarium Tetras - Rare & Common

Tetras generally have compressed bodies and can be typically identified by their fins. They commonly possess a tall dorsal fin and a homocercal caudal fin distinguished by a short connection to the fish's body. Additionally, Tetras have a long anal fin extending from a posterior of the dorsal fin and ending on the ventral caudal peduncle.

Cardinal Tetras Dying One By One :( | Tropical Fish Forums 🐠

2011-8-2 · hi to all, I bought 12 cardinal tetras 3 days ago from my LFS. since then they have been dying for no apparent reason. they all swim fine and have full colouration. they dont seem to have any issues other then they don't swim together since a lot of them have died. i am now left with 4 cardinals and since 12oclock this afternoon i had six. i found one dying earliar, it just started swimming ...

Cardinal Tetras And Hard Water | Tropical Fish Forums 🐠

2008-5-7 · Cardinal Tetras And Hard Water. Thread starter sirichmond; Start date May 7, 2008; click to view entries! S. sirichmond New Member. Joined May 3, 2008 Messages 58 Reaction score 0 Location York. May 7, 2008 #1 Hello, Just deciding on what will be my first fish once my tank has cycled and would ideally like either cardinal tetras or neon tetras ...

Weird white spot on a cardinal tetra | Tropical Fish Forums 🐠

2021-8-29 · So this is one of my cardinal tetras. It has a white spot on its side. And it’s not ich. It’s just one big spot and he has damaged fins. Nothing in the tank can rlly bully him. Um, I am having trouble diagnosing the fish but he has been like that for a while and it hasn’t affected any other fish.

Paradise fish temperature/ with cardinal tetras ...

2017-10-29 · Cardinal tetras. As you will see from these profiles, paradise fish need a temperature of 10 to 22 deg C and a tank that is at least 80 cm long. Cardinals need a temperature of 23 to 29 deg C and a 60 cm long tank. Their temperature ranges do not overlap so they are not compatible. And paradise fish need a tank bigger than your 54 litre.

Cardinal Tetras And Mollys. | My Aquarium Club

Cardinal tetras and mollys. By Ebrahim, 7 years ago on Tropical Fish. 817 817. Cardinal tetras and mollys. Hi guys I havent logged in,in a while.Things have been going well with my tank although a couple months back I noticed that alot of brown algae has been building up.I now know that is because I had too much light and not enough CO2 and ...

Acceptable Nitrate Levels for Cardinal Tetras ...

2013-10-10 · Checking my water at it's worst, just before my weekly water changes, my nitrates have risen up to 5ppm. I'm assuming this is acceptable sincve I've heard it's rare to have 0 nitrates. However, I've heard that my cardinal tetras can be sensitive to nitrates, so I'd like to keep an eye on them.

Severums and Tetras | Cichlid Fish Forum

2009-3-27 · 697 Posts. Discussion Starter · #1 · Mar 25, 2009. I was planning on changing up a tank. I have three severums, 5 dwarf flag cichlids, a gold nugget pleco, I am going to keep in a 90 gallon. I would like to keep some shoals of tetras. I was wondering what species (excluding silver dollars) might work or if the sevs would eventually eat the ...

11 Compatible Tetra Tank Mates + 6 Incompatible Ones

Since cardinal tetras are tiny fish, any large and aggressive fish that can look upon them as potential prey should be avoided. The ideal tank mates for cardinal tetras are: Neon tetras, Guppies, Mollies, Dwarf Gourami, Loaches, Corydoras catfish, Zebra Danios, Rasboras, and; Invertebrates such as

Cardinal Tetras Dying One By One :( | Tropical Fish Forums 🐠

2011-8-2 · hi to all, I bought 12 cardinal tetras 3 days ago from my LFS. since then they have been dying for no apparent reason. they all swim fine and have full colouration. they dont seem to have any issues other then they don't swim together since a lot of them have died. i am now left with 4 cardinals and since 12oclock this afternoon i had six. i found one dying earliar, it just started swimming ...

73 Different Tropical Aquarium Tetras - Rare & Common

Tetras generally have compressed bodies and can be typically identified by their fins. They commonly possess a tall dorsal fin and a homocercal caudal fin distinguished by a short connection to the fish's body. Additionally, Tetras have a long anal fin extending from a posterior of the dorsal fin and ending on the ventral caudal peduncle.

Cardinal Tetras And Mollys. | My Aquarium Club

Cardinal tetras and mollys. By Ebrahim, 7 years ago on Tropical Fish. 817 817. Cardinal tetras and mollys. Hi guys I havent logged in,in a while.Things have been going well with my tank although a couple months back I noticed that alot of brown algae has been building up.I now know that is because I had too much light and not enough CO2 and ...

Cardinal Tetras And Hard Water | Tropical Fish Forums 🐠

2008-5-7 · Cardinal Tetras And Hard Water. Thread starter sirichmond; Start date May 7, 2008; click to view entries! S. sirichmond New Member. Joined May 3, 2008 Messages 58 Reaction score 0 Location York. May 7, 2008 #1 Hello, Just deciding on what will be my first fish once my tank has cycled and would ideally like either cardinal tetras or neon tetras ...

Weird white spot on a cardinal tetra | Tropical Fish Forums 🐠

2021-8-29 · So this is one of my cardinal tetras. It has a white spot on its side. And it’s not ich. It’s just one big spot and he has damaged fins. Nothing in the tank can rlly bully him. Um, I am having trouble diagnosing the fish but he has been like that for a while and it hasn’t affected any other fish.

Paradise fish temperature/ with cardinal tetras ...

2017-10-29 · Cardinal tetras. As you will see from these profiles, paradise fish need a temperature of 10 to 22 deg C and a tank that is at least 80 cm long. Cardinals need a temperature of 23 to 29 deg C and a 60 cm long tank. Their temperature ranges do not overlap so they are not compatible. And paradise fish need a tank bigger than your 54 litre.

Acceptable Nitrate Levels for Cardinal Tetras ...

2013-10-10 · Checking my water at it's worst, just before my weekly water changes, my nitrates have risen up to 5ppm. I'm assuming this is acceptable sincve I've heard it's rare to have 0 nitrates. However, I've heard that my cardinal tetras can be sensitive to nitrates, so I'd like to keep an eye on them.

Can I Have Neon's With Cardinal Tetras? | My Aquarium Club

I have some Cardinal Tetras in my 75g and have come to realize that one of them is actually a Neon tetra. It only has the red stripe halfway up the body so I'm going by that. It's the only one and is about the same size as the Cardinals (about 1"). I want to get him some of his own kind but just wanted to make sure the 2 types will be okay ...

Cardinal tetra's red is faded | Cardinal Tetra Forum | 81313

2010-9-30 · I have 4 cardinal tetra's (wild caught) in a community tank for 2 weeks now, their red has always been faded and today I added 2 european tank raised to the tank and the new cardinal's have a very darker better looking red, will the older tetra's red begin to darken over time or will they always be like that? this is all the time not right after the light is on and yes I'm positive they are ...

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