Hasemania is a genus of characins endemic to Brazil, where only found in river basins that originate on the Brazilian Shiel, ranging west to the Juruena system, north to the Sao Francisco system and south to the Parana system.
Hasemania nana are transparent with their gold colors and have a black stripe that runs along the mid to back section of their bodies. The males have brighters colors compared to the paler females. They are a social species of fish that can become territorial. They usually enjoy being with a school of their own kind. The fish thrive in temperatures that range from 72°F - 82°F (22°C - 28°C). They live in slightly acidic waters that range from a pH of 6.0 - 8.0. They are common to find in pet stores and are relatively easy to care for. Source: Wiki
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