Boeseman's Rainbowfish: vibrant blue/purple head, orange/red back. Easy to care for, ideal for community tanks. Color intensifies during spawning.
Axelrod Rainbowfish: Named after Herbert Axelrod. Light-colored body with blue abdomen. Prefers gentle streams. Papua New Guinea native.
Desert Rainbowfish: Silvery-white females, white males with colored fins. Specific water requirements. Camouflages in light décor, stands out in darker environments.
Madagascan Rainbowfish: Prefers low pH, soft water. Silver body, yellow fins. Males more colorful. Compatible with South American cichlids. Likes strong current.
Banded Rainbowfish: Colorful, peaceful species. Males have wide bodies and humped forehead. Bright fins with midbody stripe. Prefers small groups in planted tanks. Males can be aggressive during breeding.
Threadfin Rainbowfish: Unique body and fin shapes. Prefers soft to moderately hard water. Smaller size with thin bodies and elongated fins on males. Faint vertical stripes and red/orange caudal fins.
Celebes Rainbowfish: Slender species, prefers large schools. Unique yellow/golden and black dorsal fins, translucent body. Schooling behavior.
Neon Rainbowfish: Small size, prefers large groups. Picky about water quality. Brilliant neon blue and green coloration. Schooling behavior.
Lake Kutubu Rainbowfish: Vibrant jewel-tone colors. Originates from Papua New Guinea. Males more colorful than females.
Red Rainbowfish: Vibrant red males from New Guinea. Silver females with hints of yellow and green.