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Paskai Rainbow

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Paskai Rainbow

750.00 250.00 Each

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Paskai Rainbow

Pseudomugil luminatus

One of the Rare Species in Rainbow. This fish have gorgeous coloration and a real reason to get a good sized school.

Nature

Type : Schooling 

Temperment : Soft/Peaceful

Flow: 

  • Good with Medium Flow
Common Names
  • Paskai Rainbow
  • Dwarf Blue eye rainbow
  • Blue eye red neon rainbow
  • Dwarf Blue eye red neon rainbow
  • Pseudomugil Paskai Red Neon Rainbow
Adult Size

In Cms

3.0 – 3.8

Temperature

64.4° – 78.8° F (18° – 26° C)

°C = Celsius
°F = Fahrenheit

Potential Hydrogen (pH)

6.5 – 7.5

Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)

100 – 300

Aquarium Size

This fish appreciates a large, open swimming area hence they will do best in a 40 litres aquarium or larger. The aquarium should be heavily planted around the sides and back and have plenty of open water for swimming. Hiding places would be appreciated. Woodwork and floating plants will make them feel comfortable.

Feeding Procedure

Easy to feed. It will readily accept just about anything offered. For the best condition and colours, offer regular meals of small live and frozen foods such as bloodworm, Daphnia and brine shrimp, along with dried flakes and granules.

NEVER OVER FEED THEM. 

Never offer more than they can consume in a few hours and remove any uneaten foods timely to prevent problems with water Qualities.

Breeding Procedure

Males display vibrant neon red to red-orange and blue coloration on their bodies and fins, particularly while competing with other males. The second dorsal and anal fins of males become very extended and fan-like with maturity. Females are typically smaller with shorter fins, but still usually display vibrant coloration. 

They are egg scatterer. You’ll have to find a separate tank for spawning, It should have dim lighting and bunches of thin-leaved plants such as Java moss or some other spawning material. Adult species may eat the eggs anytime they have a chance to do this, so remove them from the tank right after the spawning is over. The eggs incubate for 24-36 hours, the juveniles start swimming in 3-4 days after this.