Buenos Aires Tetra (Hemigrammus caudovittatus)

Buenos Aires Tetra

The Buenos Aires Tetra can be housed in a aquarium with other soft water fish. Tetras are a schooling fish that work well in groups of six or more fish of the same species. Slightly acidic water is best for optimal breeding habits. After the eggs begin to hatch, removing the parents will reduce the number of lost fry. HABITAT: Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil.

The Buenos Aires Tetra will eat most live plants, except Java Fern.

Compatible: Tetras, Rasboras, Danios, Dwarf Gouramis, Livebearers, Corydoras, Discus, Angels and small Plecos.
Aquarium Setup: 64-82°F; pH 5.8-8.5; dH 4-20
Size: 3 in (7.5 cm)
Diet: Omnivorous

For detail information about Tetras refer to the articles below:

Buenos Aires Tetra!
Breeding Buenos Aires Tetras
Tetras, a happy school
Tetra Care

Be Sociable, Share!

Leave A Comment...