Red Rainbow - Glossolepis incisus

Red Rainbow - Glossolepis incisus

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Explore the Radiance of Glossolepis incisus: The Red Rainbowfish

Dive into a world of aquatic splendor with Glossolepis incisus, popularly known as the Red Rainbowfish, a stunning and vibrant addition to your aquarium. Known for its striking iridescent hues and captivating demeanor, this species is highly sought after by aquarists eager to enhance their aquatic haven. These rainbow fish can be find in the wild in Lake Sentani, Indonesia, and can grow up to 6 inches long.  

Key Features:

1. Dazzling Red Hues: The Red Rainbowfish lives up to its name with an enchanting display of red hues that gleam like a dazzling gem. Its vibrant coloration adds a vibrant and eye-catching element to your aquarium, creating a focal point of beauty.

2. Graceful & Active Swimmers: The Red Rainbowfish showcases graceful and active swimming behavior, adding a sense of dynamism to your aquatic landscape. Watch them glide through the water with elegance, bringing life to your tank.

3. Community-Friendly: Known for their peaceful temperament, Red Rainbowfish are ideal for community aquariums. They coexist harmoniously with various peaceful fish species, making them a versatile choice for diverse aquatic setups.

4. Low Maintenance: Perfect for both novice and experienced aquarists, Glossolepis incisus is relatively easy to care for. They adapt well to a range of water conditions and thrive with standard freshwater aquarium care.

Care Instructions:

  • Tank Size: A minimum of a 30-gallon tank is recommended to accommodate a school of Red Rainbowfish.

  • Water Parameters: Maintain stable water parameters with a temperature range of 73-79°F (23-26°C) and a slightly acidic to neutral pH (6.0-7.5).

  • Diet: Provide a varied diet including high-quality flakes, pellets, and occasional live or frozen foods to meet their nutritional needs.

  • Compatibility: Red Rainbowfish are peaceful and thrive in a community aquarium with other non-aggressive fish species.

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