Fish - Gertrudae's Blue Eye (Pseudomugil gertrudae)
The Pseudomugil gertrudae has two dorsal fins and the first is much smaller than the second. Their bodies are white or greenish-yellow, while their swimmers are iridescent bluish and have black dots. Some scales end in black. Three different populations are known in their original habitat, differing in the shape of their floats and the color of the ends of the breast, which may be yellowish, orange, or reddish in color. The edges of the other floats are white. They have two dorsal fins that are very close together and the first is much smaller than the second. Their eyes are relatively large and bright blue in color. Males have an elongated float below the back and tail, are much more brightly colored, and have more spots on them than females. Their eyes are beautiful blue!
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Min. Tank Size
75.7 Litres (20 US G.)
3-4 cm (1.2-1.6")
6.0 - 6.5
25 -30 °C (77-86°F)
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