Category: Danio

Danios are schooling fish in the Family Cyprinidae. Most species grow to less than 2” and are typically surface oriented. A few types, like dangila and giant danios can reach 5” in length. They are incredibly hardy and tolerate a wide range of temperature and water chemistry, making them excellent fish for beginners and newly set up aquariums. They are active, to the point of being boisterous, but rarely cause injury to other fish. A number of color variants and long-finned versions have been developed through selective breeding. White cloud mountain minnows are included in the danio group as they are closely related fish that come from the same region and have the same aquarium needs.

Zebrafish

The zebrafish (Danio rerio) is a freshwater fish belonging to the minnow family (Cyprinidae) of the order Cypriniformes. Native to South Asia, it is a popular aquarium fish, frequently sold under the trade name zebra danio (and thus often called a “tropical fish” although both tropical and subtropical)....

Glowlight Danio Danio choprai

There is very little bad to say about the glowlight danio; these little fish are excellent for community aquarium life. Glowlight danios are bright and well marked, hardy, lively without being boisterous, and very...

Pearl Danio (Danio albolineatus)

This shiny little fish is a good addition to a lively community. The Pearl Danio is undemanding of water conditions but does best in well filtered, moving water. The aquarium should have plenty of...

Giant Danio (Danio aequipinnatus)

The Giant Danio is a hardy, adaptable, robust and active fish which is well suited to lively community aquariums. Plenty of swimming room should be provided along with a few planted areas. Giant Danios...

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