Thanks. I always worry about mixing wild caught fish and captive bred fish, but since wetspot is a good source I'll give them a shot.You're better off checking places like The Wet Spot who typically gets them in 2-4x a year. I still have 1x from them that's probably 5 years old and loved through a literal cross-country move and many tanks.
Any fish you buy from any source ever will have been transported via air at some point in its lineage. And every source is different. By the time these miniscule fish get to Wet Spot, they would be dead if they had significant issues. I took mine home and immediately fed them flake food.Thanks. I always worry about mixing wild caught fish and captive bred fish, but since wetspot is a good source I'll give them a shot.
I’d be content with 8 or 10 initially, maybe they would breed in a tank for me!But if you wnat a school of 50.... that's $750 !!!
Lucky…perhaps they will start to become more easily available and less expensive then, fingers crossed!Is it really such a problem to get Tucanos? I have seen them in 3 stores in two cities within the last 2 months and at least 4 different online shops carry them here right now. I also know two people who bred them unintentionally in their softwater tanks.
And tankbreds have finally reached prices lower than what you pay for wild caughts.
The Wet Spot in Oregon has themDoes anyone here breed tucano tetras? I'm in the USA.
^^^The Wet Spot in Oregon has them
Great shippers. I’m in PA and we regularly get from them overnight from Oregon. Shipping is like 40.00 over night. Great source for apisto
And hundreds of other fish. Quality all around