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Long-band rasbora - Rasbora einthovenii

Long-band rasbora - Rasbora einthovenii

Scientific name: Rasbora einthovenii

Common name: Long-band rasbora

Family: Cyprinidae

Usual size in fish tanks: 8 - 9 cm (3.15 - 3.54 inch)

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Recommended pH range for the species: 6.5 - 7

Recommended water hardness (dGH): 4 - 10°N (71.43 - 178.57ppm)

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Recommended temperature: 23 - 26 °C (73.4 - 78.8°F)

The way how these fish reproduce: Spawning

Where the species comes from: South Asia

Temperament to its own species: peaceful

Temperament toward other fish species: peaceful

Usual place in the tank: Middle levels

Food and feeding

Should accept all foods offered. Long-band rasboras need a staple diet of quality flake, this should be supplemented with white worms, blood worms and brine shrimp.

Origin

South East Asia; Malaysia, Borneo and Sumatra.

Sexing

Males tend to be smaller and slimmer than the females. The females will have a much deeper body shape.

Breeding

Spawning mops, moss, or fine leaved plants should be added to the tank to provide spawning sites. As soon as the eggs have been deposited, the parents must be removed or they will eat them. The eggs should hatch after 24-48 hours and once the fry are free swimming they should be fed on Infusoria. They will be too small to accept larger foods at this stage. When they have grown a bit, crushed flake can be offered to them.

Lifespan

The expected life span for Rasbora einthovenii is 3-5 years.

Short description

A very lively fish, it is very peaceful and will be compatible with most community fish. Rasbora einthovenii require acidic water to thrive, water changes are also very important to keep them happy.

Pictures

Bought by aqua-fish.net from jjphoto.dk.Long-band rasbora, picture 1 Long-band rasbora, picture 2 Long-band rasbora, picture 3 Long-band rasbora, picture 4

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