Trigonostigma hengeli... ( Read More )
Commonly known as ’glowlight rasbora’ in the trade due to its distinctive orange patterning on the posterior part of the body, Trigonostigma hengeli is an ideal resident of a well-maintained community tank which exhibits an effortless beauty that is unique and quite astonishing for its kind. It places no extreme demand in terms of water chemistry and can be combined with many of the most popular fish in the hobby including other small cyprinids as well as tetras, livebearers, dwarf cichlids, catfishes and loaches.
A schooling species by nature and really should be kept in a group of at least 8 to 10 specimens. Maintaining it in decent numbers will not only make the fish less nervous but will also result in a more effective, natural-looking display.
In the aquarium, it is easily-fed but for best condition and colours, offer regular meals of small live and frozen food such as bloodworm, Daphnia and Artemia, alongside good quality dried flakes and granules.
- Scientific Name:
- Trigonostigma hengeli
- Maximum Size:
- 2.5 cm to 3 cm
- 23 °C to 28 °C
- pH Range:
- 5.0 to 7.5
- Stendker Discus:
- Dwarf Shrimps:
Live animals are not manufactured products, sizes may vary and colors will be faded upon delivery from transport. Shipping Policy and Terms & Conditions must be read before placing an order.
Dry goods are dispatched daily and can take 1 to 5 working days to arrive.
Live fish, live plants, and frozen food require 2 to 7 working days or more due to special handling requirements.
All our live stocks are thoroughly tested and quarantined before packing and guaranteed to arrive free of tapeworms or diseases.
Important to note that small tropical fish and inverts lose color during transport and will arrive pale or white, a proper environment and diet is needed to regain coloration.
Any death or illnss of live animals after being added to an aquarium cannot be replaced or refunded. If such problems are encountered then it is connected to aquarium conditions or noncompatible tank mates (e.g. mixing with fish or plants from other sources).
Fish acclimation to a new aquarium is the sole responsibility of the buyer and not the Discus.ae delivery team.