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Blue-Eye Daisy Ricefish (Oryzias Woworae)

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Daisy's Ricefish (Oryzias woworae) are a colorful little ricefish from Indonesia. Their bodies are a shimmering blue and they have red tips on all of their fins. Ricefish produce 10-20 eggs every few days, which adhere to the belly of the female who carries them around with her. Eventually they are deposited on some surface, typically vegetation or, in captivity, a spawning mop similar to those used for Rainbowfish. Eggs take 1-3 weeks to hatch.

Scientific Name: Oryzias woworae

Common Name: Daisy's Ricefish

Max Size: 1.25"

pH: 6.0-7.5

Hardness: Moderate

Temperature: 72-82°

Aggressiveness: Peaceful

Region of Origin: Indonesia

Captive Bred or Wild: Captive Bred