find a fish
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

search this site

Custom Search

Species Profile | Images | Breeding Report | Similar Species

click here for the rainbowfish species list

back to the rainbowfish index


How to look after
Pseudomugil gertrudae
Spotted Blue-eye
Weber, 1911

(Other members of the genus Pseudomugil)

ADULT SIZE: 4 cm

WATER CONDITIONS: Moderately soft and acidic

TEMPERATURE RANGE: 23-29 C

FOOD: Feed Pseudomugil gertrudae small live-foods and fine grade dried foods

DISTRIBUTION: This species comes from Australia, Papua New Guinea

(10) .5-1" Forktail Blue Eye Rainbowfish TR Pseudomugil furcatus Live Tropical

Current price: $60.00
buy it now
Time left: 18d 16h
9 NEON RED BLUE EYE (Pseudomugil paskai) RARE RAINBOW FISH! INSANE AS ADULTS!

Current price: $99.99
buy it now
Time left: 22d 6h 9m

AQUARIUM CARE: This species lives in shoals in the river systems of Northern Australia and New Guinea. It is quite tolerant of a wide range of conditions, but is more typically found in soft, slightly acidic water. A tank set-up should include driftwood, and plants

Have you bred Pseudomugil gertrudae? Why not fill in a breeding questionaire?, or examine existing Pseudomugil gertrudae breeding reports








© 1999-2018 all rights reserved.

Fishkeeping Facts and Tips

Great first fish! Livebearers are unlike other fish in that they do not lay eggs; the young develop inside the mother and when born are significantly larger than the offspring of similarly sized egglayers. Species such as the guppy, platy and swordtail are incredibly prolific and are some of the best known, and most colouful aquarium species


Have a look at some of these related sites

killifish information
paludarium information
cichlids for sale