The Neon Tetra (Paracheirodon innesi) is a small freshwater fish native to South America.
Due to its vibrant colors and ease-of-care, it is one of the most popular fish amongst fish keepers.
Its peaceful temperament and simple dietary needs make it an ideal beginner fish.
In our complete care guide we will cover everything you need to know so you can successfully keep Neon Tetras.
The Neon Tetra (Paracheirodon innesi), also known as neon fish was first discovered back in 1934 in the Amazon jungles.
It is a freshwater fish that belongs to the Characidae family and is known for its dazzling colors and energetic temperament. So much so that around 2 million are sold in the US each month; the vast majority of these are bred in captivity.
They are a great, non-aggressive, community fish and spend the majority of their time in the middle of the water column.
These fish should generally be kept in schools with at least 15 members. Smaller schools than this can feel threatened and this can cause stress.
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