Redtail splitfin

The Redtail Splitfin comes from several rivers in the highlands of Mexico, including the Rio San Leonel and Rio Grande de Santiago in Nayarit and the Rio Tamazula in Jalisco.

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The Redtail splitfin lives in the demersal, freshwater, pH range: 6.0 - 8.0, dH range: 9 - 19 environment.

The Redtail Splitfin, or Redtail Goodeid, (Xenotoca eiseni) is a species of goodeid fish from the family Goodeidae and subfamily Goodeinae. Like other members of Goodeinae, the Redtail Splitfin is a livebearer. More

Redtail SplitfinRedtail Splitfin Regional Location: Central/South American Mexico Temperament: Community Swimming Habbits: None Food Requirements: Omnivourous Maximum More

The redtail splitfin is sold in the aquarium trade and is bred and traded by live-bearer aquarium hobbyists. More

with the Redtail Splitfin the same tank, or even the mishandling of a proper nutritional need. More

Common names

Eisens-Kärpfling in German (Deutsch)
Jeweled splitfin in English
Korutoka in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Ksenotoka in Polish (polski)
Ksenotoka in Russian (русский язык)
mexcalpique cola roja in Spanish (español)
Nymphen-Hochlandkärpfling in German (Deutsch)
Orangetail goody in English
Pintada in Spanish (español)
Punapyrstötoka in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Redear goodeid in English
Redtail splitfin in English
Regnbue-xenotoca in Danish (dansk)
Rødhalet goodeide in Danish (dansk)
Toka in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Xenotoca eiseni in French (français)
杂色异仔鮰 in Mandarin Chinese
艾氏异仔鮰 in Mandarin Chinese
艾氏異仔鮰 in Mandarin Chinese
雜色異仔鮰 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Cyprinodontiformes
Family : Goodeidae
Genus : Xenotoca
Species : Xenotoca eiseni
Authority : Rutter, 1896