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how to spawn Rasbora fish

how to spawn Rasbora fish



Rasbora fish originated from Malaysia and Indonesia.

the body length of this fish can reach 5 cm.

good water temperature for the maintenance of Rasbora fish is in the range of 22-28 degrees Celsius.

a good water pH value for fish growth is 6.0 - 6.5 and the level of water hardness is around 3 dH.

Rasbora fish are in great demand by fish hobbyists in Europe.

These fish live in groups and will be beautiful if Rasbora fish are kept in groups in an aquarium.

This fish is preferred because it has a beautiful blend of body color.

The front of the body is silvery and the back is dark red.

the difference between male fish and female fish is that the female body is bigger with a faded black color compared to male fish.

fish spawning can be done together with a comparison between male fish and female fish 1: 2-3.

for nests mounted on spawning containers can be in the form of aquatic plants such as algae.

fish spawning can also be done in pairs in small aquariums.

spawning is done in pairs will be easier and more fish eggs will hatch.

after laying eggs, the parent fish can be moved.

eggs will hatch within 3-4 days.

"infusoria" can be given to larvae for 2-3 days and then given a small water flea to become fish seeds.

fish seeds to adulthood can be fed with large water fleas or worms.

fish can be sold after reaching a size of 2 cm with a maintenance period of 2.5 months.

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