Archive for February 15, 2014

Fish for the Tropical Nano Aquarium

Fishmobaby Whirlamagig

I have two problems. One is that I am really obsessed with nano aquariums. The other is that I am a firm believer in the welfare of animals large and small, and don’t think there are many things suited to the nano lifestyle. I personally wouldn’t keep any of these tiny wonders in anything less than a ten gallon (especially since most of them prefer to be in a shoal,) but in some situations could be suited for a very small aquarium. Presented in no particular order:


Ember Tetra (Hyphessobrycon amandae)

The ember tetra is my second favorite nano-tanker, and my current main fish in my 55 gallon (there are forty of them.) They are an outgoing and cheery little fish, and tolerant of most water conditions. They’re not picky eaters, not picky about temperature or pH, not picky about lighting… In fact, I’m not even…

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