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    Default Rummy Nose Tetra


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    Rummy Nose Tetras are one of my all time favorite characins that I have kept. That being said,they are not always that easy to keep. You must pay close attention to their water quality, low nitrates and pH, frequent changes are needed with a good conditioner. If not keep in favorable conditions their normaly bright red will fade. Once acclimated to your tank they are an awsome fish. In my 75 gal the group of 13 are tight schoolers who very rarely leave each others side.

    Hemigrammus Bleheri are the ones you see more often which is nice because even though they are not supposed to be as hardy as H. Rhodostomus they are considered the more colorful of the two as the red coloration extends further back past the gills.

    To confuse you even more there is a third spieces, Petitella Georgiae but it is less hardy and hardly ever seen in the US.

    Buy as big a school as you can 10-12 would be best. One of the few fish that can be kept in Discus tanks because of their similer water requirements.

    Picture of what healthy fish should look like.
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    My roommate has 20 something of them. The thing I really like about them is how tightly they school. They are definitely one of the best schooling fish out there.

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    Here's a good video of them. Mine stay more active than these but still a good view of them.

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    Once you learn to quit, it becomes a habit.
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    Sandy Hook Elementary......Lest We Forget

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