one of the more commonly available paros.
Similar to some species with brown/dark red unpair fins color with the exception of the following.
distinguished from Parosphromenus bintan and P. deissneri in having the conspicuous black spot at the posterior extremity of the dorsal-fin base (vs. absence). Differs from P. bintan in having black pelvic fin filament (vs. white) (Ref. 56386).
Size: up to 3.5cm for males.
Temperature: 22 – 28 °C
pH: 3.0 – 6.5
Hardness: 18 – 72 ppm
Behavior and Diet:
These fish are generally peaceful and shy, preferring to hide among the vegetation or other structures in their environment. They are carnivores, feeding on a variety of small invertebrates and insect larvae. They will ONLY eat live food!
Be sure to have the habitat ready before purchase.
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