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Orange Finned Danio (Danio Quagga)

$999 CAD
SKU: 400000029382

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Orange Finned Danio (Danio Quagga)

Description

The Danio quagga, commonly referred to as the Orange Finned Danio, is a species of Danio native to the Chindwin River drainage in western Myanmar.

  1. Temperature: Orange Finned Danios thrive in aquariums with a temperature range of 18°C to 24°C (64°F to 75°F). Maintaining a stable temperature within this range is essential for their well-being.

  2. Minimum Size Tank: Provide a tank with a minimum size of 20 gallons (75 liters) to accommodate a group of Orange Finned Danios. A larger tank allows for better swimming space and encourages natural behaviors.

Feeding Habits: Orange Finned Danios are omnivores. They readily accept high-quality flake food, pellets, and live or frozen treats such as brine shrimp and daphnia. A varied diet ensures optimal health and coloration.

Habitat Preference: Orange Finned Danios are native to freshwater streams and rivers in Southeast Asia. Recreate their habitat with a well-planted aquarium and open swimming areas. Provide ample hiding places and consider a substrate of fine gravel or sand.

Water pH Level: Maintain a slightly acidic to neutral pH level ranging from 6.5 to 7.5 to replicate the conditions of their native environment.

Behavior: Orange Finned Danios are active and fast-swimming fish. They exhibit schooling behavior, and keeping them in groups of at least six individuals is recommended. They feel more secure in the presence of their own kind.

Orange Finned Danios are schooling fish. Keeping them in groups mimics their natural behavior and reduces stress. A group of six or more individuals is ideal.

Orange Finned Danios are diurnal and active during the day. They primarily inhabit the mid to upper levels of the aquarium, showcasing their vibrant colors.

Color and Other Details: As the name suggests, Orange Finned Danios have distinctive orange fins that contrast with their silver or gold-colored bodies. The vibrant coloration adds visual appeal to the aquarium.

These danios are known for their lively and energetic nature, making them an excellent choice for community aquariums. They coexist well with other peaceful fish species, contributing to an active and engaging aquarium environment.


Specifications

  • Category
    Danios
  • Species Type
    Danio Quagga
  • Water Temperature
    64°F to 75°F
  • Minimum Tank Size
    20 Gallons
  • Water pH Level
    Acidic, Neutral
  • Habitat Preference
    Planted Tanks, Sandy Tanks, Driftwood, Hiding Spots
  • Behaviour
    Community Fish, Schooling

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Orange Finned Danio (Danio Quagga)

$999 CAD

The Danio quagga, commonly referred to as the Orange Finned Danio, is a species of Danio native to the Chindwin River drainage in western Myanmar.

  1. Temperature: Orange Finned Danios thrive in aquariums with a temperature range of 18°C to 24°C (64°F to 75°F). Maintaining a stable temperature within this range is essential for their well-being.

  2. Minimum Size Tank: Provide a tank with a minimum size of 20 gallons (75 liters) to accommodate a group of Orange Finned Danios. A larger tank allows for better swimming space and encourages natural behaviors.

Feeding Habits: Orange Finned Danios are omnivores. They readily accept high-quality flake food, pellets, and live or frozen treats such as brine shrimp and daphnia. A varied diet ensures optimal health and coloration.

Habitat Preference: Orange Finned Danios are native to freshwater streams and rivers in Southeast Asia. Recreate their habitat with a well-planted aquarium and open swimming areas. Provide ample hiding places and consider a substrate of fine gravel or sand.

Water pH Level: Maintain a slightly acidic to neutral pH level ranging from 6.5 to 7.5 to replicate the conditions of their native environment.

Behavior: Orange Finned Danios are active and fast-swimming fish. They exhibit schooling behavior, and keeping them in groups of at least six individuals is recommended. They feel more secure in the presence of their own kind.

Orange Finned Danios are schooling fish. Keeping them in groups mimics their natural behavior and reduces stress. A group of six or more individuals is ideal.

Orange Finned Danios are diurnal and active during the day. They primarily inhabit the mid to upper levels of the aquarium, showcasing their vibrant colors.

Color and Other Details: As the name suggests, Orange Finned Danios have distinctive orange fins that contrast with their silver or gold-colored bodies. The vibrant coloration adds visual appeal to the aquarium.

These danios are known for their lively and energetic nature, making them an excellent choice for community aquariums. They coexist well with other peaceful fish species, contributing to an active and engaging aquarium environment.


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