galaxy rasbora

Celestial Pearl Danio (Danio margaritatus)

Overview: The Celestial Pearl Danio, Danio margaritatus - often referred to in the aquarium trade as Galaxy Rasbora or "Microrasbora sp. is a small cyprinid from Myanmar. It has so far been found only in a very small area near Hopong east of Inle Lake, at an altitude of over (3,400 ft.).
Native Range: Hopong, east of Inle Lake
Max. Length: 1 inch
Water: 68 - 79°F, pH: 6.5 - 7.5
Feeding: Carnivore
Behavior & Care: The Celestial Pearl Danio is a rather undemanding fish if its basic requirements are being taken care of. It seems quite hardy but obviously thrives best in fairly soft and slightly alkaline water at not too high a temperature - conditions that can often be met with pretreated tap water. It does not require much space, as it is not a very active swimmer, and is not a true shoaling fish, meaning it does not require large numbers of conspecifics for its well-being.



giant danio

Giant Danio (Danio aequipinnatus)

Overview: one of the largest of the danios, the giant danio has a blue and yellow torpedo-shaped body with gray and clear fins. It's peaceful with its own kind and others.
Native Range: Sri Lanka, Nepal, and west coast India
Max. Length: 4-5 inches
Water: 72 - 81F
Feeding: Omnivore
Behavior & Care: This fish will be very active when kept in a school of six or more individuals. Color variations also include Gold.

gold giant danio



glofish danio

Glofish (Danio Rerio)

Overview: GloFish® fluorescent zebrafish were originally bred to help detect environmental pollutants. By adding a natural fluorescence gene to the fish, scientists hoped to one day quickly and easily determine when a waterway is contaminated. The first step in developing a pollution-detecting fish was to create fish that would be fluorescent all the time. Scientists soon realized the public's interest in sharing the benefits of this research, a process which lead to GloFish® fluorescent fish.
Native Range: Genetically Modified from zebra danio
Max. Length: 2 inches
Water: 72-82°F
Feeding: Omnivore
Behavior & Care: The GloFish® Zebra Danio is relatively hardy, easy to keep, and gets along well with other fish. They will glo-in-the-dark under black or blue lights. GloFish® colors are Starfire Red®, Electric Green®, Sunburst Orange®, Cosmic Blue® and Galactic Purple®



Glowlight danio

Glowlight Danio (Danio choprai)

Overview: The Glowlight Danio is a brightly colored and showy cousin of the popular Zebra Danio. A relative newcomer to the aquarium hobby, this beautiful fish is adorned with bars, stripes, and spots in radiant green, gold, red, and turquoise. This slender-bodied and active schooling fish is an ideal choice if you wish to add motion and beauty to the freshwater community aquarium.
Native Range: Aisa
Max. Length: 1-2 inches
Water: 73 - 79F
Feeding: Omnivore
Behavior & Care: This fish will be very active when kept in a school of six or more individuals. The Glowlight Danio prefers a planted aquarium with plenty of swimming space available. Glowlight Danios scatter their eggs in shallow water over a substrate of coarse gravel. A well-planted tank may help induce breeding in this shy fish. After hatching, usually within 36 hours after spawning, the fry should be fed.



purple passion danio

Purple Passion Danio (Danio Roseus)

Overview: Purple Passion Danios, also known as Rose Danios are small, but their beautiful iridescent blue-lavender coloration is stunning when they school together.
Native Range: Thailand, Laos
Max. Length: 2+ inches
Water: 73 - 79F
Feeding: Omnivore
Behavior & Care: Danios prefer to travel in schools and, if kept singly, can become bored and pick on other fish, but typically without any real damage.


zebra danio

Zebra Danio (Danio rerio)

Overview: The zebra is a tropical freshwater fish belonging to the minnow family (Cyprinidae) of order Cypriniformes. It is a popular aquarium fish, frequently sold under the trade name zebra danio, and is an important vertebrate model organism in scientific research.
Native Range: Native to the streams of the southeastern Himalayan region, including the countries India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Myanmar.
Max. Length: 2.5 inches
Water: 72-82 °F, pH: 6.5 - 7.0
Feeding: Omnivore
Behavior & Care: Zebra are hardy fish and considered good for beginner aquarists. Their ease of keeping and breeding, beauty, price, playful nature and broad availability all contribute to their popularity. Color variations also include Gold, Leopard, Snow white and Long fin

gold zebra danio leopard zebra danio snow white danio