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Our Bolivian Rams are tank bred and raised!

Bolivian Ram, scientifically known as Mikrogeophagus altispinosus, is a small but captivating freshwater fish that hails from the rivers and streams of Bolivia and Brazil. Its striking appearance and peaceful demeanor make it a popular choice for aquarium enthusiasts. The Bolivian Ram boasts vibrant, iridescent hues of gold, blue, and red, which intensify during breeding. With a compact size of around 3 inches, it is suitable for smaller aquariums. These fish are known for their amiable temperament, making them excellent community tank additions. Their omnivorous diet and hardy nature add to their appeal, making them an ideal choice for both novice and experienced aquarists.

 

The average lifespan for a Bolivian Ram is about 4 years. Like any other fish, their lifespan is dictated by several factors. Poor water conditions and an inadequate ecosystem can shorten that lifespan significantly.

 

The typical Bolivian Ram size is around 3 inches in length when fully grown. Males can get slightly larger and reach sizes of about 3.5 inches.

 

Water temperature: 72 to 79 degrees Fahrenheit

pH levels: 6.0 to 7.5 (around 6.5 is ideal)

Water hardness: 0 to 10 dKH

Bolivian Ram

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