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Hi-spot rasbora - Rasbora dorsiocellata

Hi-spot rasbora - Rasbora dorsiocellata

Scientific name: Rasbora dorsiocellata

Common name: Hi-spot rasbora

Family: Cyprinidae

Usual size in fish tanks: 6 - 7 cm (2.36 - 2.76 inch)

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Recommended pH range for the species: 6 - 7

Recommended water hardness (dGH): 0 - 10°N (0 - 178.57ppm)

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Recommended temperature: 20 - 25 °C (68 - 77°F)

The way how these fish reproduce: Spawning

Where the species comes from: Oceania

Temperament to its own species: peaceful

Temperament toward other fish species: peaceful

Usual place in the tank: Middle levels

Food and feeding

Will accept all foods offered. Quality flakes or small pellets should make up the staple diet. A treat of blood worms or brine shrimp will be welcomed.

Origin

Hi-spot rasbora is to be found in the acidic waters and rivers of Malaysia and Sumatra.

Sexing

There are no physical differences between the sexes.

Breeding

Acidic, soft water conditions must be provided for Rasbora dorsiocellata to breed. A selection of fine leaved plants or Java moss should be added for the eggs to be deposited onto. The parents need to be conditioned on live foods and once the eggs have been laid, the parents should be moved. The eggs will hatch in 24-36 hours and the fry, once free swimming should be fed on Infusoria or newly hatched brine shrimp.

Lifespan

The expected life span for Rasbora dorsiocellata is 4-6 years.

Short description

A very peaceful species, that does well in the community tank. Hi-spot rasboras should be kept in groups of at least 6 fish, provide open swimming spaces with some plants and hiding places for cover.

Pictures

Bought by aqua-fish.net from jjphoto.dk.Hi-spot rasbora, picture 1 Hi-spot rasbora, picture 2 Hi-spot rasbora, picture 3

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