Galaxy Rasbora Tropical Fish Information

Microrasbora sp. 'Galaxy'
Galaxy Rasbora
Behaviour Peaceful, active, shoaling
Typical size 2cm
Max size 3cm
Tank Area All - middle
Min Tank Size 30cm
Min Number in Tank 4
Temp Min: 22℃ Max: 28℃
Feeding Flake, frozen, very small live foods
pH Range 6-7.5
Hardness vs,s,m
Galaxy Rasbora Microrasbora sp.
  • Galaxy Rasbora Microrasbora sp. - thumbnail
  • Galaxy Rasbora Microrasbora sp. - thumbnail

Galaxy Rasbora (Microrasbora sp. 'Galaxy')

Galaxy Rasbora Tropical Fish Learn all about the Galaxy Rasbora's feeding habits and food types, its behaviour, its origins, its natural habitats, is it male or female, breeding advice and information, suitable tank mates, its sizing and growth range, minimum tank size, water PH and more. Use our fish community creator tool to plan your tank set up and ensure that the Galaxy Rasbora is the right fish for your aquarium.

The Galaxy Rasbora has had a lively, if short, history since its discovery in 2006.

It is actually called the Celestial Pearl Danio read more about this fish at the link

Galaxy Rasbora Facts

Family Cyprinidae (Carps & Minnows) | Synonyms celestial pearl danio | Other names Fireworks Rasbora | Origin Myanmar, east of lake Indi | Breeding Egg scatterer, has been captive bred | Natural Water Conditions Soft & acidic

Galaxy Rasbora Help and Advice

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You are in the thinkfish community creator for the Galaxy Rasbora fish species, you can learn all about how the tool works in assessing fish tank mate compatibility at the link provided or use the tool tips provided to guide you. Create a test fish community that includes the Galaxy Rasbora species and any other types of fish or crustacean you'd like to introduce - You can assess the best companions, tank size suitability, stocking levels based on filter type and volume and possible negative interactions and warnings as you build up your aquarium.

Please do check your water type for compatibility with your fish, which can be found on the Galaxy Rasbora information box above and your local water company providers website. Don't waste your money and endanger your fish!
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