Description of Red-Fin Shark Fish Red-Fin Shark(Cyprinids) has red fin and tail. It requires aquarium with suitable retreats, such as clay and live and floating plant. The females swell with eggs, laying up to 4,000 at a single spawning. This resulting young are soon large enough to feed on brine shrimp. They have paired sensory barbels, which help them find edible things on substrate,keeping the eyes free to detect predators.
Southeast Asia and Northern parts of Thailand.
Flake and small live-foods.
Generally peaceful and jolly with other fish in aquarium.
Temperature 72-77°F (22-25°C); soft to hard (50-150 mg/l) and acidic to neutral (pH 6.0-7.0)