Brand: BioAquatiX
Product Code: Cardinal Tetra
Availability: 20
$3.99

The Cardinal tetra is a very popular fish aquarium fish native to South America, growing to about 3-4 cm (1.5 in) total length.  It is a peaceful schooling fish and prefers to be in a group than by themselves, we recommend a minimum group of 3 for small nano tanks of 2 to 5 gallon aquarium.  In the aquarium this tetra shows awesome reflective and vibrant red and metallic blue colors. bioAquatiX Cardinals are usually more robust than what is found in the aquarium trade since they are born and raised in tanks in Florida and grown in hard alkaline water



Scientific Name Paracheirodon axelrodi

Family Characin

Natural origin Rio Negro Amazon

Origin of this specimen Tank born and raised by bioAquatiX

Generation filial F1

pH range 5.0 to 7.0

Temperature range (°F) 75 to 95: best 80 to 82

Mature length (in a tank) 1.5 inch

Minimum tank size 2 gallons



Purchase Size: 0.5"-0.75"


We ship on Monday and Tuesday every week.
There is no box charge.
Orders received or payed on Tuesday will be shipped the following week.
We also use ice/heat when necessary.
We currently do not ship when the weather is below 40 F during the day in the customer area.
BioAquatix reserve the right to determine when is the best day to ship your product when the 
weather and possible other factors are in play.
We do use O2 on all shipments.
We also use ice and heat when necessary.
All fish are purged for at least 48 hrs before shipping. 
We recommend using USPS hold for pick up when the weather is getting cold.
Lows in the 40 F at night
The coldest time for the shipment is in the truck on the final leg of the trip.
All fish are purged for at least 24 hrs before shipment.
No guarantee live arrival when using USPS priority
We do replace the live fish, but customer will pay shipping again.
We only guarantee live arrival on Fedex overnight



Please do not hesitate to email us or call us for more info on water conditions, we are happy to help.




 


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