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The sawbwa barb, also known as the Burmese rammy nose, Asian rummynose or rummynose rasbora, is an endangered species of cyprinid fish in the monotypic genus Sawbwa. The species is endemic to Inle Lake in Myanmar. It grows to a maximum total length of 3.5 cm.
Requires a planted environment to display the full potential of its coloration, peaceful with other tank mates but best kept with smaller species.
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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.
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