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Red Rosy Barbs, also known as Barbus conchonius are a captivating and vibrant addition to your freshwater aquarium. With their striking red coloration and active nature, Red Rosy Barbs are sure to bring energy and beauty to any aquatic setup. Elevate your aquarium with these eye-catching fish and enjoy the lively display they provide.
Care Guide: Red Rosy Barbs require specific care to thrive and display their full splendor. Follow these guidelines to provide the optimal conditions for their health and well-being:
Tank Setup: Provide a spacious aquarium with a minimum size of 20 gallons to accommodate a small group of Red Rosy Barbs. A larger tank is recommended for a larger group. Ensure the tank has plenty of swimming space and provide hiding spots with live plants, rocks, or driftwood.
Water Parameters: Red Rosy Barbs prefer slightly acidic to neutral water conditions. Aim for a pH range of 6.5-7.5. The water temperature should be kept between 72-79°F (22-26°C). Maintain good water quality through regular water changes and use a reliable filtration system.
Tank Mates: Red Rosy Barbs are generally peaceful and can be kept with a variety of freshwater fish species. However, avoid housing them with fin-nipping or aggressive fish. Good tank mates include peaceful community fish like tetras, rasboras, gouramis, or peaceful bottom-dwelling species.
Feeding: Red Rosy Barbs are omnivorous and have a hearty appetite. Offer a varied diet consisting of high-quality flakes or pellets as their staple food. Supplement their diet with live or frozen foods such as brine shrimp, bloodworms, or daphnia to provide additional nutrients and mimic their natural feeding behaviors.
Behavior and Maintenance: Red Rosy Barbs are active swimmers and appreciate open swimming space. They enjoy shoaling, so keeping them in groups of at least six individuals is recommended. Regularly monitor their behavior and observe any signs of stress, disease, or aggression. Perform regular water changes to maintain excellent water quality.
Breeding: Red Rosy Barbs can breed in the aquarium under the right conditions. Provide suitable spawning sites such as fine-leaved plants or a spawning mop. The female will scatter adhesive eggs, and the parents should be removed after spawning to prevent egg predation.
Experience the beauty and vibrancy of Red Rosy Barbs in your aquarium. Order now and enjoy the dynamic display these captivating fish bring to your aquatic world. Whether you’re a seasoned aquarist or a beginner, Red Rosy Barbs are sure to bring life and color to your freshwater aquarium, providing endless fascination and enjoyment.
Name: Red Rosy Barbs
Science Name: barbus conchonius
Max Size: 4-5″
pH: 6.0 – 8.0
Temperature: 64-78F° (21.5-27.5°C)
Care Level: Easy
Life Expectancy: 4-8 years
Minimum Tank Size Recommended: 15-20 Gallons