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Rosy Barb (Pethia Conchonius)

Rosy barbs are frequently used to create hybrids of green tiger barbs and albino tiger barbs. Selective breeding has also produced various other strains including veil-tail, red, neon, golden, and long-finned varieties.

Denison Barb (Sahyadria Denisonii)

The denison barb is an excellent choice for the majority of aquarium setups, making it the perfect dither fish for aquariums with aggressive fish or community tanks looking for compatible tank mates that are peaceful.

Odessa Barb (Pethia Padamya)

Without having the aggressive nature of some other barb species, the odessa barb is a colorful barb that can be observed swimming energetically throughout the aquarium. They are suitable candidates for peaceful community tanks.

Albino Tiger Barb (Puntigrus Tetrazona)

Tiger barbs are widely distributed and available throughout the aquarium hobby, which has resulted in the development of varying phenotypes that have undergone selective breeding, such as the albino, green, golden, platinum, black marble, and red variations.

Green Tiger Barb (Puntigrus Tetrazona)

Tiger barbs are widely distributed and available throughout the aquarium hobby, which has resulted in the development of varying phenotypes that have undergone selective breeding, such as the albino, green, golden, platinum, black marble, and red variations.

Gold Barb (Barbodes Semifasciolatus)

Gold barbs have become rather popular throughout the aquarium hobby due to their vibrant yellow coloration and ease of care, they are considered to be one of the hardier and most undemanding species of tropical fish.

Black Ruby Barb (Pethia Nigrofasciata)

Black ruby barbs are best known for their use in breeding various hybrids of tiger barbs such as the green tiger barb and the albino tiger barb. When they are young they may display a yellow and grey complexion until they mature.

Tiger Barb (Puntigrus Tetrazona)

Tiger barbs are widely distributed and available throughout the aquarium hobby, which has resulted in the development of varying phenotypes that have undergone selective breeding, such as the albino, green, golden, platinum, black marble, and red variations.

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