Other Formosa Livebearer Names:
Formosa Livebearer, Least Killifish, Dwarf Top Minnow, Dwarf Livebearer
Formosa Livebearer Scientific Name:
Formosa Livebearer Temperament:
Species Type: Livebearers
Formosa Livebearer Adult Size: 1.5 inches (cm)
Formosa Livebearer Life Expectancy: 3 years
Formosa Livebearer Habitat: North American rivers and streams
Formosa Livebearer Minimum Tank Size:
Formosa Livebearer Diet & Nutrition:
Does well with flake food
Formosa Livebearer Description:
This species is native to North America and can be a great fish to use in a native community tank. These fish are small and slender and have a very low bioload. The fish is colored black silver and green, but a golden variety is also becoming available.
Tank Mate Compatibility:
Other community fish
Formosa Livebearer Breeding & Spawning:
The Least Killifish is a prolific breeder. If you mix males and females they will reproduce. While the least killifish will eat fry, it is not particularly good at catching the fry.
Determining Formosa Livebearer Sex:
Females tend to be larger and rounder. Males have longer gonopodiums.
Formosa Livebearer Diseases:
None specific to species.
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