Tetras

Tetras are small schooling fishes, native to South America and Africa. Most types are excellent community fish, peaceful and easy to care for. Tetras look their best when kept in a school, in a planted aquarium with a dark background.

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  1. FLAME TETRA

    FLAME TETRA

    Size: 1.5-2.5cm

    $3.20
    Popular community fish, best kept in a school. Learn More
  2. GLASS BLOODFIN TETRA

    GLASS BLOODFIN TETRA

    Size: 3-3.5cm

    $3.20
    Popular community fish, best kept in a school. Learn More
  3. GLASS BLOODFIN TETRA SPECIAL (6 for $16)

    GLASS BLOODFIN TETRA SPECIAL (6 for $16)

    Size: 3-3.5cm

    $16.00
    Popular community fish, best kept in a school. Learn More
  4. GLOWLIGHT TETRA

    GLOWLIGHT TETRA

    Size: 2.5-3cm

    $1.95
    Popular community fish, best kept in a school. Learn More
  5. GLOWLIGHT TETRA SPECIAL (10 for $15)

    GLOWLIGHT TETRA SPECIAL (10 for $15)

    Size: 2.5-3cm

    $15.00
    Popular community fish, best kept in a school. Learn More
  6. GREEN NEON NEON TETRA (6 for $16)

    GREEN NEON NEON TETRA (6 for $16)

    Size: 1.5-2cm

    $16.00
    Rarely available, wild caught from South America Learn More
  7. GREEN NEON TETRA

    GREEN NEON TETRA

    Size: 1.5-2cm

    $3.20
    Rarely available, wild caught from South America Learn More
  8. GREEN NEON TETRA

    GREEN NEON TETRA

    Size: 1-2cm

    $4.95
    Difficult to breed, aquarium stock is all wild-caught from South America. Learn More
  9. GREEN NEON TETRA SPECIAL (6 for $24)

    GREEN NEON TETRA SPECIAL (6 for $24)

    Size: 1-2cm

    $24.00
    ifficult to breed, aquarium stock is all wild-caught from South America. Learn More
  10. HEAD & TAIL LIGHT TETRA

    HEAD & TAIL LIGHT TETRA

    Size: 3cm

    $3.20
    Popular community fish, best kept in a school. Learn More

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