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Boesemani Rainbow (Melanotaenia boesemani)

$9.99

One of the most popular rainbowfish in the hobby, the Boesemani Rainbow originates from remote lakes in Irian Jaya, Indonesia but has been bred for the aquarium trade for many years. A peaceful, loosely schooling species, this rainbow is ideal for most medium-sized community aquariums and is especially popular for planted tanks. For the best behavior and color, we recommend keeping these fish in groups of at least 5 or more.

New Guinea Red Rainbowfish (Glossolepis incisus)

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A beautiful and larger-growing species, the New Guinea Red Rainbow makes for a stunning centerpiece fish for medium to large community or planted aquariums. With their deep red coloration (more intense in males) and extremely active nature, they add a splash of color to almost any freshwater aquarium. As with most rainbowfish, they are best kept in groups of 5 or more fish and will do best in an aquarium with ample cover (such as live or artificial plants).

Threadfin Rainbow (Iriatherina werneri)

$4.49

A beautiful and showy dwarf rainbowfish originating from the rivers of Papua New Guinea and Northeastern Australia, the Featherfin or Threadfin Rainbow is named for the elaborate fin filaments found on adult male fish. With their peaceful nature, small adult size and spectacular display behavior they have been an aquarium hobby favorite for many years. This species is especially popular for use in planted or aquascaped tanks and will be most comfortable in an aquarium with plenty of cover. Hardy and relatively undemanding, they prefer slightly soft water and will do best with similarly sized peaceful tankmates. A social species, groups of at least 5 fish should be considered the minimum if attempting to keep a group.

Celebes Rainbow (Marosatherina ladigesi)

$5.99

An attractive and smaller growing rainbowfish, the Celebes Rainbowfish is one of the more popular species in the hobby due to its hardiness and active schooling nature. Originally found in fresh and slightly brackish waters throughout the island of Sulawesi (formerly known as Celebes), it has been bred on a commercial scale for years to supply the aquarium hobby and tank raised fish are hardy and adaptable. In the aquarium, they are best kept in groups and will do well in a well planted tank with plenty of cover and will get along well with most similarly sized peaceful tankmates.

Ivantsoff's Blue Eyed Rainbow (Pseudomugil ivantsoffi)Out Of Stock

Ivantsoff’s Blue Eyed Rainbow (Pseudomugil ivantsoffi)

$7.99

A colorful and active member of the genus Pseudomugil, commonly referred to as “blue eyed rainbows” in the hobby, Ivantsoff’s Blue Eyed Rainbowfish originates from the Timika region of West Papua, Indonesia. In the wild, they tend to be found in warm, slow-moving and often tannin stained waters. In the aquarium, they are best kept in groups and will do well in a well planted tank with plenty of cover and will get along well with most similarly sized peaceful tankmates.

Orange Albino Millennium Rainbow (Glossolepis pseudoincisus)Out Of Stock

Orange Albino Millennium Rainbow (Glossolepis pseudoincisus)

$24.99

A striking, brilliant orange Rainbowfish, the Albino Orange Millennium Rainbow is a xanthic color morph of the medium growing Glossolepis pseudoincisus. A peaceful, active schooling fish, they will do best in an aquarium with plenty of open swimming space and some cover in the form of plants or driftwood. Like most rainbowfish, this species is hardy and adaptable, but will do best in neutral or slightly alkaline water. As a schooling fish, they should be kept in groups of 5 or more, and will actively school with other similarly sized rainbows. Like most of its relatives, males of this species are typically more vividly colored than females but both sexes of the albino form are extremely colorful.

Tenellus Blue Eyed Rainbow (Pseudomugil tenellus)Out Of Stock

Tenellus Blue Eyed Rainbow (Pseudomugil tenellus)

$6.99

A colorful and active member of the genus Pseudomugil, commonly referred to as “blue eye rainbows” in the hobby, the Tenellus Rainbowfish originates from coastal regions of Northeastern Australia and parts of New Guinea. In the wild, they tend to be found in warm, slow-moving waters and like many close relatives in its genus moves between pure fresh, brackish, and even full-strength marine waters occasionally. Tank raised specimens remain quite salt tolerant but are raised in pure freshwater and do not require additional salt to thrive. In the aquarium, they are best kept in groups and will do well in a well planted tank with plenty of cover and will get along well with most similarly sized peaceful tankmates.