Giant Danio (Danio aequipinnatus)

Giant danio

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 will adapt to a wide variety of water conditions, and may be available in a number of different pattern forms.

Giant Danio Facts

Behaviour : Active, peaceful, lively 
Typical size : 10cm 
Max size : 12cm 
Tank Area : All 
Min Tank Size : 90cm 
Min Number in Tank : 4 
Temp Min : 22℃ Max : 26℃ 
Feeding : Flake, dried, frozen, live foods 
pH Range : 5.5-8.5 
Hardness : vs,s,m,h,vh

Family Cyprinidae (Carps & Minnows) | Synonyms Perilampus aequipinnatus, P. malabaricus, Danio aequipinnatus, D. aequipinnulus, D. browni, D. alburnus, D. aurolineolatus, D. lineolatus, D. micronema, D. osteographus, Leuciscus lineolatus | Origin Asia; India, Nepal, Sri Lanka | Breeding Egg scatterer | Natural Water Conditions pH 6-8, very soft to hard | Natural Habitat Standing and moving hill stream waters. Clear water, shaded areas, with gravel bottoms | Sexing Males are thinner and have brighter colours.

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