This picture shows a
Glass Fish above and
transparent fish below.
Ghost Glass Catfish Pictures: a 2" long Ghost Catfish.
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These mini-catfish are not Tetras, but
they're very compatible with small Tetras,
and they're very good aquarium fish.
Of course these mini-catfish are much
bigger than small Tetras, even so Ghost
Catfish don't bother smaller fish. Also
these catfish swim up off the bottom
of the aquarium, which makes them even
more interesting to watch.
Ghost Catfish love to eat premium foods.
for more about premium fish foods.
Scientific name: Kryptopterus bicirrhis
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Parambassis ranga but previously Chanda ranga
for a long time.
Glass Fish are very good aquarium fish. They are hardy and mild tempered, and they are good tank mates for Neon Tetras and the other small
Tropical Fish listed above. Unfortunately, we see a few Glass Fish "painted" with orange, yellow, blue, and purple dye, that are offered for sale in fish stores. We don't know how
the Glass Fish are dyed, but we are glad to say that we see fewer and fewer painted fish.
You said on your site that you didn't know how glassfish are dyed. Well I thought your customers might want to know the
horror of it. They take the fish out of the water, take a needle and inject dye into them ... Only about half of these fish live to be sold.
An aquarium with an
exterior power filter with a BIO-Wheel, a
maximum of 1/4-inch of
gravel, and an
adjusted to between 75 and 82 degrees F. Click
here for more information about warm water aquariums.
This is a Glass Fish for sale in our
facility. These fish are called Glass Fish, because they are transparent like glass, and you
can see through their bodies.
flake food for tropical
fish plus a few freeze
dried blood worms, which
are actually mosquito
larvae. Both of these
foods are sold in most
places that sell pet
Occasionally feed my
Glass Fish a treat of live Black Worms and live and frozen brine shrimp. Click
for more about Black Worms. Click
here for more general information about feeding fish.
Keep Glass Fish in a group with at least 6 Glass Fish. Good tank mates for Glass Fish are
Tetras such as the Neon Tetra and
Glowlight Tetra, Harlequin Rasboras,
Corydoras Catfish. Glass Fish do well with
Angelfish unless the Angels are quite big, and the Glassfish
are so small that they can be swallowed by the Angels.
here to read more about several
other groups of compatible fish.
Size and Lifespan
Glass Fish can grow to a
bit larger than 3" and can live for a few years.
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