Albino Glowlight Tetra
The Albino Glowlight Tetra is scientifically known as Hemigrammus erythrozonus sp. Albino. The fish belong to the genus Hemigrammus.
The Albino Glowlight Tetra is basically the ‘Albino’ form of the Glowlight Tetra. The Glowlight Tetra was originated in the Essequibo basin in Guyana. The line-bred color form of the glowlight tetra was the Albino Glowlight Tetra which was found in Essequibo, Mazaruni and, Potaro Rivers in South America. These rivers are stained with tannins from plant matter rot that make them naturally delicate, soft, and acidic.
As for the ideal water condition for the Albino Glowlights, you must keep the water temperature between 22°C to 26°C. Keep the pH level between 5-7.
For a healthy and colorful school of Tetra fish it is recommended to feed them with a good mixture of packed, frozen and live foods. Tetras would grow amazingly with a good variation of flakes or fine granules, and gives them those bright colors for which these fish are so admired. You can also keep a small feeder cone filled with live or frozen Bloodworms, and sit back to see how they enjoy this treat.