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What temperature do Boesemani rainbow like?

What temperature do Boesemani rainbow like?

Try to resemble the natural habitat for the Boeseman’s Rainbowfish in the aquarium and include a lot of lush plants. The recommended water temperature is 25-30 degrees C (77-86 degrees F). The water should be alkaline, from pH 7.2 to 8.0.

How many red rainbow fish should be kept together?

These fish should also be kept in a large group size, preferably with at least 6-8 other individuals. If they are kept alone, they tend to be shyer and often lose their vibrant color.

How many rainbow fish should be kept together?

Rainbowfish are peaceful, active, and social fish that are best kept in schools of six or more. Most rainbows occupy the middle and top levels of the aquarium.

Is Rainbow fish Hardy?

Rainbowfish are very hardy and disease is not usually a problem in a well maintained aquarium.

How often should I feed rainbow fish?

two to three times daily
Things to remember when feeding your rainbowfish: Feed small amounts two to three times daily, no more than fish can eat in one to two minutes. Thaw frozen food before feeding.

Can angelfish and rainbow fish live together?

Rainbow Kribensis Rainbow Kribensis are peaceful community fish that can get along well with Angelfish. These pretty African dwarf cichlids grow to around four inches in length and share a liking for softer water, making them compatible for life in the same setup as Angelfish.

How many rainbowfish Can I put in a 125 gallon tank?

If possible maybe try for 5 and have a backup plan if two pairs develop. But of course, that’s dependent on the load of the rainbows. For the cories, seeing 10-12 of them in there would be great.

Do Rainbow Fish need current?

Quite a lot of places will tell you that Rainbows prefer quite a lot of current, just the same as African Cichlids, but not ALL of them like it, or actually come from water with currents. Lake Malawi, where most of the popular African Cichlids come from doesn’t have currents or tides.

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