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The Harlequin Rasbora is a small fish belonging to the Family Cyprinidae, subfamily Rasborinae, which was originally given the scientific name of Rasbora heteromorpha. More

A rasbora is member of a group of small minnow-type fish in the family Cyprinidae (carps). Fish from genera such as Boraras, Microrasbora, Rasbora and Trigonostigma are commonly referred to as rasboras. More

Dwarf Rasbora is an elongated fish. The back is brownish red, while the body is bright brick red. The belly is yellowish-silver and there are various black spots on the body. These usually do not number more than five. More

The Emerald Eye Rasbora or Rasbora dorsiocellata is a small freshwater fish that does well in community aquariums. More

Of the more than five dozen species of Rasbora, the Harlequin is arguably the most popular of them all. Often referred to as the Red Rasbora, the body is a reddish copper color which is accented by a striking black wedge covering the rear half of the body. More

The rasboras are among the most popular of all aquarium fishes, their sleek appearance, often bright colours and lively habits endearing them to aquarists all round the world. Many popular species (e.g. More

Any of various tropical fishes of the genus Rasbora, of which several brightly colored species are kept in home aquariums. More

Rasboras first showed an interest in spawning after I changed their tank to nearly all r/o water and once the pH had drifted down to 5.0! I transferred them to a spawning tank with water of the same parameters and had success. More

The Dwarf rasbora is a very peaceful species. It is a shoaling fish that always should be kept in groups of 8 fish or more. Larger shoals will result in more colorful and active fish. More

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The Harlequin Rasbora is native to Singapore, Malaysia, Sumatra and parts of Thailand. It is found in small streams, often ones coming from peat bogs where the water is stained brown with tannins. The water tends to be soft, acidic and low in total salts. More

Rasbora borapetensis M 1200 Slender Golden Rasbora Rasbora meinkeni M 1200 Hengeli Rasbora Rasbora hengeli espei More

Rasbora, alludes to the black triangular patch upon the body, which is reminiscent of the patterns found on the costume of a Harlequin. More

Rasbora are lively fish that like to swim in groups. Most of them are very hardy and a good choice for beginners. They are peaceful toward other fish. More

Breeding: Rasbora to be a challenging group of fishes to spawn. Tank Conditions: 75 degrees a mid-range pH of 6.5 to 7.5 is perfect. This site was created to get straight to the point. Below are some tips on keeping Rasboraess. More

Rasboras are a companion group of slimmer cyprinids which offer a little extra in the way of color to the silvery danios, and although they can be speedy swimmers, they are usually a little more sedate in their movements aroud the aquarium. More

Rasbora borapetensis M 1200 Details GA-2003. More

Home > Freshwater Fish > Rasboras > Harlequin Rasbora Harlequin Rasbora Due to variations within species, your item may not look identical to the image provided. More

The Axelrod's Rasbora is a peaceful, active, schooling fish. This fish is one of the more brilliantly colored species of the genus, especially the male. Rasbora axelrodi requires a well established, densely-planted aquarium with plenty of free-swimming space available. More

The Harlequin Rasbora is one of the most popular aquarium fish. This fish has a black, triangle-shaped patch starting near the dorsal fin. The male's patch is slightly rounded at the bottom with an extended tip, while the female's is straight. More

Rasboras are peaceful schooling fish of the Cyprinidae family. They share the same family with many popular aquarium fishes such as the goldfish, koi, barbs and danios. Fish from genus Microrasbora, Boraras and Trigonostigma are also referred to as rasbora in the aquarium trade. More

Rasbora daniconius and Gagata gagata plus various members of Puntius, Devario, Garra and Schistura. It is a gregarious species by nature and really should be kept in a group of at least six to get the best out of it in the aquarium. More

The Clown Rasbora has pink-orange color and two large black spots on each side. It is also called the Big Spot Rasbora. 1 Product(s) Starting at $2. More

constituting the genus Rasbora of tropical Asia and East Africa. More

Picture of Rasbora myersi has been licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial.
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Order : Cypriniformes
Family : Cyprinidae
Genus : Rasbora
Species : Rasbora myersi
Authority : Bleeker, 1851