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[DRAFT] Head and Tail Light Tetra
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Druid
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Location: Ireland

PostPosted: 2004.12.30(Thu)7:30    Post subject: [DRAFT] Head and Tail Light Tetra Reply with quote

Scientific Name: Hemmigrammus Ocellifer
Other names: Head and Tail Light Tetra, Beacon Tetra

Family: Characidae
Origin: Guyana, Amazon Basin
Adult size: 2"
Social: Peaceful, Shy, Shoaling
Lifespan: 5 years
Tank level: Middle
Diet: Omnivore
Care: Easy
pH: 6.0-8.0
Hardness: Variable
Temperature: 72-80 F

My Comments:

I have a school of 9 Head-and-Tail Light Tetras in a 120l community tank. They are active and attractive fish, spending most of thier time shoaling in the middle regions of the tank. Be warned they do have a tendancy to nibble on plant leaves though they cause very little damage.
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Joined: 05 Feb 2003
Location: Santo Andre (Brazil)

PostPosted: 2004.12.30(Thu)7:41    Post subject: Reply with quote

You forgot to post your photo...
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