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    Rasbora Lacrimala. Has anybody kept this fish? The one viedeo that you tube has, they act like Halaquin Rasboras and are similer sized. I'm thinking of trying some for something different but would like to see if anybody has more info on them.

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    Pictures seem to stimulate conversation so here you go:
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    Never seen them before. Think you typo'd the name, it is Rasbora lacrimula.
    Fairly small fish 2.5 3cm. I keep a few types of small rasbora like the maculatus, merah and brigittae, the lacrimula are a bit larger than them. A small fish like this would do better in a tank with similar sized fish. Be too timid in a tank with larger tankmates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by korith
    Never seen them before. Think you typo'd the name, it is Rasbora lacrimula.
    Fairly small fish 2.5 3cm. I keep a few types of small rasbora like the maculatus, merah and brigittae, the lacrimula are a bit larger than them. A small fish like this would do better in a tank with similar sized fish. Be too timid in a tank with larger tankmates.
    I see my mistake thanks and thanks for responding.

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