Albino Buenos Aires Tetra
The Buenos Aires Tetra (Hemigrammus caudovittatus) naturally occupy a large variety of aquatic ecosystems within the southeastern quadrant of South America. Being from many different lakes, tributaries, and river systems, the Buenos Aires Tetra are very adaptable. Therefore, the Buenos Aires Tetra are a relatively dependable starter fish in a semi-aggressive community aquarium. Buenos Aires Tetras typically will rip at long-finned fish, so it is best to keep them with others of an active, fast-paced temperament. The Buenos Aires Tetra will reach a length of three inches, should be kept in schools (seven, or more, per twenty gallons), and will require at least 29 gallons of livingspace.