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Red-Tailed Shark


 
Species/genus:   Labeo bicolor
 
Origin:  Thailand
 
Temp:  73-81°F (23-27°C)
 
pH:   5.5 - 7
dH:   Soft   (Not Critical)
 
Temperament:   Individuals fight with others of their own species, otherwise they are gentle enough for a community tank of medium to large species.
 
Adult Size:   5in   (12cm)
Larger in the wild.
 
Minimum Tank Size:   10 gallon
 
Feeding:   Always hungry, never finicky
 
Breeding:  Look for spawning tube a week or 2 before spawning, fry are easily raised
 
Comments:   A popular species, likes a lot of room. Although easy going, it will eat tiny fish that it naturally assumes are food.

Visitor Comments

Name : Koran
Comments : Just wanted to comment that red tail sharks actually grow to about 7 inches, and the smallest possible tank size for them would be a 20 gallon, with 29g being best for an adult shark.


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