Also known as the Galaxy Rasbora, great nano fish for fish tanks 10 gallons and under. Celestial Pearl Danio reaches a maximum 1.5″ size. A fairly newcomer to the aquarium hobby, the Celestial Pearl Danio has become a big sensation in community tanks. It was discovered in 2006. It is a very timid fish. It stands out in planted tanks or tanks with plenty of aqua-scaping.
They have beautiful colors and markings. They are really peaceful and good tank mates. You should keep the tank around 75 F degrees and 6.5 – 7.5 pH degrees. Make sure you don’t make sudden changes. You can feed them with flake foods, bloodworms, brine shrimps, etc.
The Celestial Pearl Danio is a freshwater fish found in small, vegetated ponds in South East Asia.
These fish boast plenty of color from the white pearl-like spots on their sides to the red coloration on the fins.
Discovered within the past decade, aquarium hobbyists have quickly adopted and fallen in love with these little Danios.
They are well suited for tanks that are packed with vegetation and other colorful fish that mimic their peaceful nature. It is true that these fish are timid, they work perfectly in communities full of Guppies, Mollies, and Tetras.
In this guide, we’re going to take a look at how to care for them, their ideal diet, breeding, tank requirements and much more.