Glass bloodfin

The Glass bloodfin lives in the pelagic, freshwater, pH range: 6.0 - 7.8, dH range: 30 environment.

The Glass Bloodfin Tetra, Prionobrama filigera is a medium size tetra, growing to a maximum size of about 6 cm, although they are usually smaller than this. The Glass Bloodfin is easier to keep and breed than many tetras. More

Glass bloodfin species is small, so they don’t require much place for living (however they need a lot of space for having fun), but they need company, and more fish you keep, more place they demand. More

Glass bloodfin tetra with Neon Tetra? = I just bought 6 Glass bloodfin tetras yesterday. I have them in a heavy planted 20 Gallon Tank with 4 neons (2 died of Neon Tetra Disease), 3 corydoras, and a Bolivian Ram. More

Glass Bloodfin, Glass Bloodfish, Glass Bloodfin Tetra Synonyms Aphyocharax filigerus Sexing - Unknown Tank Compatibility More

One of my glass bloodfin tetras is not doing well. The other five are plump and active. This one looks positively emanciated. He also seems very weak in comparison with the others. He doesn't school with them but instead spends his time in the corner by himself. More

Glass Bloodfin is a suitable beginner fish, peaceful, quiet, not too active, that will inhabit the middle and upper regions of an aquarium. All food is accepted. Easy to breed, the temperature should be raised above 72 degrees. More

My glass bloodfin is missing his head... More

Common names

Glass bloodfin in English
glass bloodfish in English
Glastetra in Danish (dansk)
Glastetra in Swedish (Svenska)
Lasitetra in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Rotflossen-Glassalmler in German (Deutsch)
Sardina in Spanish (español)

Order : Characiformes
Family : Characidae
Genus : Prionobrama
Species : Prionobrama filigera
Authority : Cope, 1870