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Old 03-07-2022, 10:23 AM   #1
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Peacock Gudgeon - Tateurndina ocellicauda (Tank Raised)

Characteristics:
  • Bright purple/yellow coloration
  • Stays small
  • Interesting behavior
  • Peaceful
  • Easy to breed/raise

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Recommended Enclosure Size: For one pair of gudgeons, we recommend a 10 gallon aquarium. To keep groups or multiple pairs, 15-20 gallons is the minimum. Although groups of 6 or more can be kept together, it is recommended to monitor them as they may need to be separated due to excessive fin nipping/bullying.

Temperature: Peacock gudgeons are tropical and prefer temps in the mid to high 70s. The ideal range is 72-80 degrees fahrenheit.

pH/Hardness: Peacock gudgeons do best in moderate hardness and a pH of 6.5-7.5. They can be acclimated to slightly higher pH (7.6-7.9), but over 8.0 should be avoided. They tend to prefer slightly acidic conditions and appreciate driftwood/leaf litter.

Size: At the time of sale, you will be getting a juvenile animal which is 05.-0.75. Full grown, peacock gudgeons can get up to 3.

Age: At the time of purchase, this animal will be at least 3 months old. Peacock gudgeons can live for 4-5 years with proper care.

Feeding: Peacock gudgeons are primarily carnivorous. While they can accept dried foods such as flakes and small pellets, they tend to really thrive on live and frozen fare. Just make sure whatever you are feeding is small enough to fit in their mouth. Daphnia, brine shrimp, and white worms make excellent treats.
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