Harlequin Rasboras (Trigonostigma heteromorpha) are one of the most popular schooling fish in the world. Thanks to their shimmering color and iconic markings, they produce a beautiful show in aquariums of any size.
Sometimes called Red Rasboras, these freshwater fish are endemic to Southeast Asia. They can be found in Thailand, Malaysia, Sumatra, and Singapore. Usually, they habitat fresh blackwater streams and ponds.
Since they were discovered over 100 years ago, Harlequin Rasboras have been a hot commodity in the fish-keeping community. Thanks to their stunning appearance and hardiness, they’re a great fish for aquarists of any skill level.
- Species – Trigonostigma heteromorpha
- Common Name – Harequinl Rasbora
- Origin – Southeast Asia
- Diet – Omnivorous
- PH Range – 6.8 – 7.5
- Temperature – Tropical 23°c – 28°c
- Breed Type – egg layer
- Max Size – approximately 5cm
- Sex – Un-sexed