The Bloodfin Tetra is an excellent community species that grows to approximately 2 inches in length. Like most tetras, they are most comfortable in a group of six or more. The female is the larger of the species. Although normally quite docile, they become rather active during courtship, sometimes even leaping out of the water.
Living Environment : In the wild, Bloodfin Tetras normally feed on tiny invertebrates found in surface waters. They will eat all flake and freeze-dried foods.