The Albino Congo Tetra is a schooling fish. Grows larger than most commonly kept Tetras, but quite peaceful. Males are brighter coloured and develop ragged-edged fin extensions. Their reflective body colouring is more pronounced if the tank gets some side lighting. The Albino Congo is one of the nicer albino strains of aquarium fish, developing beautiful pastel colours. Coburg Aquarium, specialised in different species of live fish.
Features of Congo Albino Tetra:
- The male is more brightly colored than the female and has a longer dorsal fin. Males are also bigger in body size compared to females.
- They are peaceful fish and can be kept with other aquarium fish
- Care Level : Easy
- Average Lifespan : 3-5 yrs
The Best Aquarium Size for Tetras:
Congo Albino Tetra is a schooling fish by nature, and best kept in groups of six or more. You need a minimum tank size of 35L to keep a small group of Tetras. You’ll likely need much larger tanks if you’re planning on introducing some tank mates.
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Tank Mate Compatibility:
A schooling fish by nature. They make an excellent community fish due to their peaceful nature however they sometimes known to nip the fins of slower-moving fish, particularly those with long, flowing fins such as Bettas or Angelfish. Here’s a list of some of the best tank mates for your Tetras:
Feed your tetras : flake food, small sinking pellets, freeze dried krill, frozen fish dinner, brine shrimp, bloodworm (frozen or live), and mosquito larvae.
Congo Tetra Albino Tank Guide:
Ideal water temperatures sit between at a stable number between 23 ⁰C - 26 ⁰C
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To imitate that in captivity, dim lighting would be ideal. LED lights will provide the most customization and allow you to adjust the intensity until you reach the sweet spot. Need An Aquarium Light for your tank? Browse our Fish Tank Aquarium Lighting
Plants for Tetras:
They are accustomed to medium to large plants in their natural habitat and enjoy a well-planted aquarium with some open swimming space.
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Decorations for Tetras: