Bleeding Heart Tetra
It belongs to the family Characidae
Deep bodied, has a shape similar to say, a lemon tetra. Gets up to 2 ¼ inches (6 cm).
Looks transparent, the dorsal fin is black with a white tip.
Females bulkier and the males have a larger, more elongated dorsal fin.
Temperature 77 degrees (25 Celsius). Ph and hardness, no specific levels determined. Needs plenty of swimming space, lots of vegetation and pretty good lighting.
Different types of live food, every now and then a high quality dried food.
Lively and a good swimmer.
Seldom will breed.
Does very well in a community tank, peaceable schooling fish.