Orangefin Tetra (Bryconops affinis)
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94,635.295 mL 94.6 Litres (25 US G.)
4.724 in 10-12 cm (3.9-4.7")
5.5 - 7.5
531.27 °R 301.15 K
542.07 °R22 -28 °C (71.6-82.4°F)
Additional scientific names
- Tetragonopterus affinis
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Location where this animal is found in the wild.
- Females may appear plumper than males.
- An active fish that should be kept in shoals of 6 or more. Is fast swimming and can be nippy, so should only be kept with robust similar sized fish.
- Will accept most foods including pellet and flake as well as live/frozen food such as brine shrimp and bloodworm.
- Feed once or twice a day.
- Requires a spacious tank with plenty of open swimming space as well as some hiding places. Prefers a medium to strong current and can be sensitive to water quality issues. They do require a laterally spacious tank due to their high activity levels.
- A very active shoaling fish.
- An elongate fish with large eyes in comparison to the head. The body is iridescent silver while the fins have hints of orange with black. The caudal fin is forked.
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