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Badis ruber, Schreitmuller, 1923
Common name


Origin:Myanmar(Birma)

Etymology: ruber: red

Synonyms:Badis badis burmanicus

Class: Actinopterygii (ray-finned fishes) Order: Perciformes Family: Badidae

First European import:Unknown

Description:See pictures Badis ruber female

Care:

Temperature:18-22°C

Feeding:Live and frozen food

Size:Up to 8 cm

pH: 7.0-7.5

Breeding: This species breeds in caves. The male will guard the eggs and the fry.

Sexual dimorphism:Males much more colorful

Prices: Between 4 and 8 €

Additional: Seldom available

Picture references: Picture 1: Stefan van der Voort. Picture 2 E. Naus

References: None


Badis ruber male, picture E. Naus

Badis ruber female, picture Stefan van der Voort
  
  
  

 

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