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Types of Rainbow Fish

Bedotia​
Bedotia​

Bedotia madagascarensis REGAN, 1903 Madagascan Rainbow Fish Classification. Order: Atheriniformes Family: Bedotiidae. Distribution. Known only from small streams and the lower reaches of rivers, most of which drain into a series of coastal lagoons and lakes in Atsinanana region, eastern Madagascar.

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Bedotia ​Longianalis​
Bedotia ​Longianalis​

Informationen zu Bedotia longianalis Die Haltung und Pflege

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Bedotia ​Masoala​
Bedotia ​Masoala​

Bedotia masoala, a new species of Malagasy rainbowfish, is described from the Ankavanana drainage on the eastern slope of the Masoala Peninsula, northeastern Madagascar.

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Bleher's ​Rainbowfish​
Bleher's ​Rainbowfish​

These Rainbowfish are native to Indonesia and are a great addition to any peaceful aquarium. The fish you receive will be at least 1.5" in size. Up for sale are captive bred, unsexed "Bleher's Rainbowfish".

Boeseman's ​Rainbowfish​
Boeseman's ​Rainbowfish​

The Boeseman’s Rainbowfish (Melanotaenia boesemani), also known as Boesemani Rainbowfish, is a small tropical fish known for its stunning coloration. It has a very limited range in Indonesia, and is only found in three lakes and their surrounding tributaries.

Chilatherina​
Chilatherina​

The fish you receive will be at least 1.5" in size. Up for sale are captive bred, unsexed "Bleher's Rainbowfish". These Rainbowfish are native to Indonesia and are a great addition to any peaceful aquarium.

Glossolepis​
Glossolepis​

The rainbowfish are a family (Melanotaeniidae) of small, colourful, freshwater fish found in northern and eastern Australia, New Guinea, islands in Cenderawasih Bay, and the Raja Ampat Islands in Indonesia. The largest rainbowfish genus, Melanotaenia, derives from the ancient Greek melano (black) and taenia (banded).

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Katrana​
Katrana​

The Rainbow Fish had to learn this lesson by losing his fish friends, but the students can learn this by hearing Rainbow Fish's story and learning from his mistakes. The book is also fun to read to children because of the illustrations.

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Lake Wanam ​Rainbowfish​
Lake Wanam ​Rainbowfish​

The Lake Wanam rainbowfish (Glossolepis wanamensis) is a critically endangered species of fish in the family Melanotaeniidae. It is endemic to Lake Wanam near Lae in Papua New Guinea. It has virtually disappeared from the small lake (2–3 km in diameter) due to competition from introduced, non-native tilapias, but captive populations exist.

Neon ​Rainbowfish​
Neon ​Rainbowfish​

The rainbowfish are a family (Melanotaeniidae) of small, colourful, freshwater fish found in northern and eastern Australia, New Guinea, islands in Cenderawasih Bay, and the Raja Ampat Islands in Indonesia. The largest rainbowfish genus, Melanotaenia, derives from the ancient Greek melano (black) and taenia (banded).

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Paratherina​
Paratherina​

Guidelines for Philosophical Discussion. Marcus Pfister’s award-winning children’s book The Rainbow Fish raises questions about selfishness and the importance of sharing.

Paratherina ​Cyanea​
Paratherina ​Cyanea​

Lion's mane jellyfish (Cyanea capillata) are named for their showy, trailing tentacles reminiscent of a lion's mane. They can vary greatly in size: although capable of attaining a bell diameter of over 2 metres (6 ft 7 in), those found in lower latitudes are much smaller than their far northern counterparts, with a bell about 50 centimetres (20 in) in diameter.

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Paratherina ​Wolterecki​
Paratherina ​Wolterecki​

I would like to thank the members of Badmans Tropical fish and the Tropical Fish Gallery. Most of these great pictures were posted either on the message boards or in the photo gallery itself. Most of these great pictures were posted either on the message boards or in the photo gallery itself.

Red ​Rainbowfish​
Red ​Rainbowfish​

The Red Rainbowfish is also sold as Salmon Red Rainbowfish, Red Irian Rainbowfish, and New Guinea Red Rainbowfish. It is widely available in pet stores and online, and is moderately priced inline with most other rainbow fish species.

Rheocles ​Derhami​
Rheocles ​Derhami​

This fish is best kept in an aquarium of more than 40 gallons. A heavily planted, well lit tank is best. Ph of 7.2-8.0, and a temperature of 75 to 82 degrees is recommended. A varied diet diet is always a good idea, but this fish is not difficult to feed.

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Rheocles ​Lateralis​
Rheocles ​Lateralis​

List of Freshwater Fishes for Madagascar Number of freshwater fish species: 175 The tables below were generated from Fishbase.org - A project to provide indexing and links for all known species as the baseline dataset for studies of global biodiversity.

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Rheocles ​Sikorae​
Rheocles ​Sikorae​

Guidelines for Philosophical Discussion. Marcus Pfister’s award-winning children’s book The Rainbow Fish raises questions about selfishness and the importance of sharing.

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Sentani ​Rainbowfish​
Sentani ​Rainbowfish​

The Sentani rainbowfish (Chilatherina sentaniensis) is a critically endangered species of fish in the Melanotaeniidae family. It is endemic to West Papua in Indonesia, where restricted to Lake Sentani (about 10 km west of Jayapura City) and its tributaries.

Strickland ​Rainbowfish​
Strickland ​Rainbowfish​

The Strickland rainbowfish (Melanotaenia iris) is a species of fish in the Melanotaeniidae family. It is endemic to Papua New Guinea. References. Allen, G. (1996). "Melanotaenia iris". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN. 1996: e.T13064A3408309.

Telmatherina​
Telmatherina​

You can buy flake food specially made for tropical fish, such as the Rainbow in your fish store. A flake food diet is a good base for the Rainbow, but should ideally be supplemented with live food. Your Rainbow will survive on flake food alone, but the live food makes the Rainbow more well-nourished and healthier.

Telmatherina ​Abendanoni​
Telmatherina ​Abendanoni​

You can buy flake food specially made for tropical fish, such as the Rainbow in your fish store. A flake food diet is a good base for the Rainbow, but should ideally be supplemented with live food. Your Rainbow will survive on flake food alone, but the live food makes the Rainbow more well-nourished and healthier.

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Telmatherina ​Wahjui​
Telmatherina ​Wahjui​

Your Rainbow will survive on flake food alone, but the live food makes the Rainbow more well-nourished and healthier. Live or frozen Brine Shrimp is a popular Rainbow fish food since Brine Shrimp is very easy to produce at home.

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Threadfin ​Rainbowfish​
Threadfin ​Rainbowfish​

The threadfin rainbowfish (Iriatherina werneri) is a spectacular little fish that does not immediately remind you of the hobby’s more common rainbowfishes of the genus Melanotaenia. It is smaller and more slender and has an unusual tail-down posture, rather like a penguin characin.

Tominanga​
Tominanga​

The rainbowfish are a family (Melanotaeniidae) of small, colourful, freshwater fish found in northern and eastern Australia, New Guinea, islands in Cenderawasih Bay, and the Raja Ampat Islands in Indonesia. The largest rainbowfish genus, Melanotaenia, derives from the ancient Greek melano (black) and taenia (banded).

Zona​
Zona​

Rainbowfish are usually less than 12 cm (4.7 in) in length, with some species measuring less than 6 cm (2.4 in), while one species, Melanotaenia vanheurni, reaches lengths of up to 20 cm (7.9 in). They live in a wide range of freshwater habitats, including rivers, lakes, and swamps.