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Remarks: Pseudomugil luminatus are a small species of Blue-Eye, a relative of the Rainbowfish. They are often confused with P. paskai, a species that is not common in the hobby. These bright red fish have very active personalities. Their pectoral fins are edged in a bright orange highlight, and their sporadic movements make them look as though they are fluttering about a tank. They will reproduce readily in a heavily planted aquarium without nippy fish. If breeding is not a goal, they can be kept with most community fish in tanks as little as 10-15 gallons.
Scientific Name: Pseudomugil luminatus
Common Name: Red Neon Blue-Eye
Max Size: 1.5"
Region of Origin: Oceania
Captive Bred or Wild: Captive Bred
Compatibility: Small schooling fish, livebearers, small rainbowfish like M. praecox or Blue-Eyes, small catfish, Gudgeons, Garra.
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