Rasboras

Rasboras are small, peaceful schooling fish that are well suited for the smaller planted community aquarium. These colorful, hardy fish fare best in groups of six or more fish. Rasboras are rewarding fish when maintained in the planted community aquarium, displaying beautiful coloration, and unique color patterns.

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The Axelrod Rasbora is a peaceful, active, schooling fish. This fish is one of the more brilliantly colored species of the genus, especially the male. Rasbora axelrodi needs a... [Read more]



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The Black Harlequin Rasbora is a popular aquarium fish. These fish have a black, triangle-shaped patch starting near the dorsal fin, and a mostly black body. The male's patch is... [Read more]



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The Emerald Eye Rasbora is a beautiful species of Rasbora that originates from the streams and tributaries of Asia. They have an elongated body shape with a prominent dorsal fin.... [Read more]



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The Golden Harlequin Rasbora is one of the most popular aquarium fish due to both their coloration and temperament. These fish have a black triangle-shaped patch starting near... [Read more]



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The Harlequin Rasbora is an extremely desirable aquarium addition thanks to its gorgeous metallic coloration and ease of care. It's not difficult to see why so many hobbyists treasure... [Read more]



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The Vaterfloris Rasbora, also known as the Orange-Finned Rasbora or Singhalese Fire Rasbora, is a fish for the specialist. Males of this species are smaller than the females and... [Read more]