Ember Tetra (Hyphessobrycon amandae)
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37,854.118 mL 37.9 Litres (10 US G.)
0.787 in 1-2 cm (0.4-0.8")
6.5 - 7.0
534.87 °R 301.15 K
542.07 °R24 -28 °C (75.2-82.4°F)
- Ember Tetra, Dwarf Red Tetra, Red Tetra, Fire Tetra
Additional scientific names
- Hemigrammus amandae
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Location where this animal is found in the wild.
- There are no colour differences between the sexes but mature females will appear more plump and rounded in the belly area than males. You can also identify them by their swimbladder, which is clearly visible through their almost transparent bodies. In the male this has an irregular pointed shape, in the female it is more even.
- As these fish are so small they're best kept with other small peaceful fish, dwarf Corydoras such as Corydoras habrosus for example. Do not keep with predatory or aggressive fish.
- Feed once or twice day.
- Appreciate soft water, will only breed in soft water. Colors look better with a pH under 7.0. Works well in planted nano tanks.
- A peaceful shoaling fish.
- An exceptionally tiny Tetra who's body is almost translucent while being bright orange-red in colour, fins are mostly clear with some red colouring.
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