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Fish - Chela (Laubuca dadyburjori)

Laubuca dadiburjori, a Danionin known as the Dadio is one of the smallest members of the genus Chela, it is rarely seen in the aquarist hobby but is not entirely unlike the Danio nigrofasciatus in appearance. Laubuca dadiburjori is a gold/silver fish with a blue line, it has two colour morphs, one with a distinct blue line, the other with a dotted blue line. Barbels are not present. Like most Danionins, this fish has a tendency to jump. A tight fitting lid with no gaps is recommended. Endemic in Kerala, India, where both colour morphs co-exist, the fish is found from Tamil Nadu to Goa.

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Maximum length: 1.25 in (3 cm)

Colors: blue, gold, silver,

Temperature preference: 22-24 Celsius

pH preference: typically 7-7.5

Hardness preference: Soft to medium

Salinity preference: Zero

Compatibility: Suitable for mixing with other very small fish

Life span: Typically 1 to 3 years

Ease of keeping: Moderate

Ease of breeding: Moderate to hard


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Name Fish - Chela (Laubuca dadyburjori)
SKU 888026
Manufacturer Livestock