Albino Black Neon Tetra
They are a popular community fish with their black and white body and nice red eyes.
It is a pinkish white in color with bright red eyes. It is very similar in appearance to the Albino Aeneus Cory, which was developed from the Bronze Corydoras Corydoras aeneus, however this variety tends to have a more orangish body.
Ballon Serpae Tertra
They are popular flame-colored fish that move in bright red schools through your aquarium.
Brilliant Rummynose Tetra
It display a variety of different colors and patterns across their body. This unusual mix of styles makes them stand out in your tank as one of the most attractive fish. These tetras are popular because of their interesting colors and patterns across their body. Most of their body is plain silver. Their head is a deep red which gives them their name. The caudal fin stands out just as much as the head. It has a zebra-like design of black and white horizontal stripes.
They are an active schooling fish, and they live peacefully in a community aquarium. The main attraction of Cardinal Tetras is their color. Their bodies are typically red and blue. A red stripe runs along the lower side from head to tail, a blue stripe sits just on top. The colors are bright, so a shoal can be a striking sight.
They are brightly colored fish and one of the most popular in their family. Their vibrant colors and schooling nature are adored by aquarists of all levels. The appearance is the first thing that draws you in. True to their name, these fish are a bright cherry red pretty much from head to toe.
Blood Fin Tetra
Also known as True Bloodfin, Redfin Tetra, or Glass Bloodfin, is a very appreciated freshwater fish, especially by beginners, as it is very easy to care for and quite hardy. They have silver bodies with a greenish tone, depending on the aquarium lighting, and red fins, which give these fish their name.
One of the most popular of all tetras, small and slender, they reach an adult size of only an inch and a half in length. The translucent, silvery-peach colored body of the glowlight tetra is divided by an iridescent red-gold stripe running from snout to tail. The stripe resembles the glowing filament in a light bulb or glowlight. The same iridescent red color is present on the leading edge of the dorsal fin while the anal and pelvic fins are edged in white. The trademark stripe of the glowlight tetra is shared by a species of rasbora, known as the red line or glowlight rasbora, and the two fish are sometimes confused.
Golden Zebra Danio
A striking colour variation of the Zebra Danio, the dark blue stripes of the normal Zebra Danio have been bred out, leaving this danio embellished with yellow-golden and white stripes. This gorgeous variety is every bit as active and hardy as its progenitors, making it a great fish for the beginning aquarist or any other fish keeper.
Green Neon Tetra
This combination makes the green coloration the most dominant and gives them their name. They have a greyish silver base with a long turquoise colored lateral strap on either side and usually possess red and green coloration on the head, caudal fin and also ventral region. These tetras have a torpedo-shaped body with golden scales. The patterns of the fish are generally caused by parasites and hence, are not the actual colorings of the fish. The intensity of the body color is actually influenced by the lighting of the water.
Neon Green Danio
A genetically modified Zebra Danio, that has been genetically modified with a fluorescent protein gene and selectively bred to enhance the naturally occurring but rare fluorescent coloration.
The neon tetra has a slender torpedo-shaped body that reaches no more than an inch and a half in length. What this fish lacks in size, it makes up for in color. From the tip of its nose to the adipose fin, the neon tetra has a bright neon blue stripe.
A tropical freshwater cyprinid that is somewhat difficult to keep. It would be suitable for fish keepers who have a few years of experience and are looking to expand their aquarium. They have a long, flat stomach with a pointed snout and an upright dorsal fin. It’s this fin which gives them the appearance of a shark. They are known for their territorial nature and bright vibrant red fins.
Popular for their unique patterns and colors, as well as their practical benefits. They work hard to clean algae off of glass, plants, and decorations, they eat hair algae, and they keep your substrate clean and the correct color.