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Red rainbowfish

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New Fish Tank Tips: Get and use an aquarium water test kit to monitor the aquarium nitrogen cycle. The best way to monitor this cycle is to purchase a freshwater or saltwater test kit that will test for ammonia, nitrites, nitrates and ph. Test the water coming out of your tap as well. This will arm you with more information when it comes time for those water changes.
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The red rainbowfish or salmon-red rainbowfish (Glossolepis incisus) is endemic to dense vegetation waters of Lake Sentani in Jayapura, West Papua. The males are bright red and with age grow a high back. Their colours change depending on their mood, but subordinate males do not display bright colours. They grow up to 15cm (6 inches) in size, but often attain a smaller size of around 10cm (4 inches).

They are an egg scattering species and they scatter their eggs among clumps of vegitaion. The eggs take about 7 days to hatch.

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