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Discover the ethereal beauty of the White Cloud Minnow, a petite gem of the freshwater aquarium world. Revered for its graceful appearance and peaceful demeanor, this captivating fish brings a touch of serenity to any aquatic setting.



Dressed in shimmering silver scales with iridescent hints of blue and green, the White Cloud Minnow exudes understated elegance. Its slender body is accentuated by a delicate forked tail and fins that flutter gracefully as it glides through the water. During breeding displays, males display vibrant colors, including orange and red hues on their fins, adding a captivating contrast to their silvery bodies.



True to its peaceful nature, the White Cloud Minnow is a harmonious addition to community aquariums. It coexists peacefully with a variety of tank mates, displaying gentle interactions and lively schooling behavior. These sociable fish thrive in the company of their own kind, forming tight-knit schools that add vibrancy and movement to the aquarium landscape.


Habitat and Care:

Creating a suitable environment for White Cloud Minnows is simple and rewarding. A well-planted aquarium with ample swimming space and subdued lighting mimics their natural habitat, providing both security and stimulation. Maintain a temperature between 64-72°F (18-22°C) and a pH level of 6.0-7.5 to ensure their optimal health and well-being. Regular water changes and a varied diet consisting of quality flakes, small live or frozen foods, and vegetable matter support their nutritional needs and promote vitality.



White Cloud Minnows are peaceful inhabitants that coexist well with a variety of tank mates. They thrive alongside other small, non-aggressive species such as tetras, rasboras, danios, and peaceful bottom dwellers. However, exercise caution when housing them with larger or more aggressive fish that may intimidate or outcompete them for resources.



Breeding White Cloud Minnows in captivity is achievable under the right conditions. Provide them with ample hiding places and fine-leaved plants for spawning. Once a pair forms a bond, the female will scatter adhesive eggs among the vegetation, which the male fertilizes. With favorable conditions, the eggs hatch within a few days, and the fry can be raised on a diet of infusoria, baby brine shrimp, or finely crushed flakes.

White Cloud Minnow (6 pack)


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