Tetra fishes are well known for planted aquarium beauties.
They are good to maintain in schools.
Sizes are medium-sized.
Tetra is the common name of many small freshwater characiform fishes. Tetras come from Africa, Central America, and South America, belonging to the biological family Characidae and to its former subfamilies Alestidae
The Espe’s Rasbora is a small slender fish, reaching a total length of just over 1 inch (3 cm). They have a typical lifespan of 3 to 5 years with good care. Their primary color is copper-orange with a pinkish blush, and the body color appears to be increasingly reflective approaching the lateral line. It has a black lambchop-shaped marking on the side, and the fins are clear except for yellow triangles on the dorsal fin and tail. Depending on point of origin, some specimens are a more intense red.