Inpaichthys kerri is the Latin name for the fish. This fish belongs to the Kharatsin family. Kerri The Aritsuanan River is the habitat of these fish, they come from Brazil. For home aquariums this type of fish is great. Males look amazingly beautiful. They are light bluish in color, and if reflected light hits them, then they begin to shimmer with bluish hues. Males look slimmer than females. In the form of a rounded shape in males, the anal fin looks. A rounded abdomen is found in female Kerry insects and the color is yellow-brown. Pointed at the end of the anal fin in females. Kerry inhaits live for about four years, and the size reaches up to five centimeters. Another distinctive feature of the Kerry inscription is the fat fin, the females have a reddish fin, and in males it is bluish.
Kerry camps are considered unpretentious fish, but the dosage of feeding must be strictly observed, as they are prone to overeating. Food of animal origin should predominate for proper nutrition. Frozen, dry, live food can be part of the fish diet. Live insects are a treat for carry insects, and they can jump out of the water to catch an insect, so you should cover the aquarium with a lid.
Maintenance and care
These fish are peace-loving and are best kept in schools. In an aquarium, they must be kept in an amount of at least six pieces. In addition, they become not timid in flocks. From 50 liters there should be an aquarium for Kerry inscription, as well as more than 50 centimeters in length, only in such an aquarium the fish will feel comfortable. Fish prefer to spend almost all their time in the upper and middle layers of water. The aquarium must be densely planted with vegetation, but a place for swimming in flocks should be sufficient. The average temperature of the water in the aquarium should be from 23 to 25 degrees, and it is also necessary to filter and replace clean water with approximately 1/5 of the total volume daily.
Sexual activity occurs by the fourth month of development. Fairly easy to breed fish. For spawning, the water temperature should be from 24 to 28 degrees, up to 15 centimeters the water level. When illuminated with medium intensity, fish reproduce best.