Red Minor Serpae Tetras are from the freshwater bodies throughout South America. Red Minor Serpae Tetras should be kept in an aquarium with plenty of rocks, driftwood, and plants. Red Minor Serpae Tetras are a semi aggressive fish, and do best when kept in small schools of the same species. Red Minor Serpae Tetras should be kept in an aquarium of at least 20 gallons to accommodate this fish. These fish are omnivores and should be fed a diet of micro pellet food, high quality flake food, and brine shrimp along with bloodworms.
Origin: Tank Bred, South America
Size: 2 Inches at full maturity
Feeding: Omnivores, should be fed quality flake food along with bloodworms and brine shrimp
Aquarium: Freshwater, plenty of driftwood, plants, and rocks
Minimum Tank Size: 20 gallons
Behavior: Semi Aggressive
Compatibility: Should be kept in small schools, and can be placed in larger sized semi Aggressive aquarium.