Chile Rasbora Qty 3

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Product Overview

  • These are a beautiful dwarf rasbora
  • Scientific Name: Boraras brigittae
  • Common Name: Chili Rasbora
  • Geographic Origin: Asia: southern Borneo, Indonesia.
  • Habitat: Right at home in a planted tank
  • Gender Difference: Adult males are more intensely red
  • Breeding: Egg Scatterer
  • Temperament: Very Peaceful
  • Maximum Size: 1.3″
  • Temperature: 77 – 82 degrees Fahrenheit
  • pH: 6.5 – 7.0
  • Water Hardness: Soft-Medium Hard
  • Water Region: Middle
  • How many?: These fish prefer to live in schools. A group of 6 or more is best.

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  • 5
    Great fish for my community shrimp tank

    Posted by Ferdi on 10th Aug 2014

    I ordered 6 which came promptly in 2 days. Each fish was packaged professionally in it's own bag generous wrapped in what looks like a cotton material within in the shipping box. I agree with the previous post that says these may appear to be phoenix rasbora or a mixed chili's with phoenix. Nonetheless I am happy with the order and fish. This is the closest I've come to obtaining these hard to get fish in several months as all my LFS claim to sell chili rasboras but are really exclamation point rasbora. I'm waiting for a restock to order more of these lovely fish

  • 4
    Great little fish and came healthy!

    Posted by Aaron Dominguez on 2nd Jul 2014

    I was able to by a group of 6. They each were packaged in their own little breather bag and I can tell they were handled with care. All the fish came in just fine with no DOAs. This is one site that you can trust takes care of their animals. The only problem I have is that I like these fish but the more that I look at them the more I see that they are not chili rasboras but the fish that it is more commonly confused with, phoenix rasbora/boraras merah. So for those of you that are looking for boraras brigittae you will be getting boraras merah. Otherwise, these are great little fish and still have nice coloring as well.

  • 5
    Tiny and Gorgeous!

    Posted by Kim on 1st Feb 2014

    I was only able to purchase two of these tiny little micro fish but can easily say I will be buying more when they become available. They are so small it's almost easy to overlook them except for their brilliant coloring that flashes in the lights. I can only imagine the beauty of having a large school of these little gems swimming together!