Rummy Nose tetra hardiness level?

Puck44

Hi, in my experiences Rummy Nose Tetras's have been mostly hardy.
I am curious what your experiences are with Rummy Nose/ Hardiness
 

ClownFizz

I used to have 10 rummynose tetra... they are pretty hardy
I just found that you wld still need to have the right temp, water parameters and group them with the right tank size and environment. They love to have room to swim (long tanks). with small tanks, expect suicide jumping.
 

Ed204

I would say that Rummy Nose Tetras are quite hardy, and a pretty good beginner fish as long as they have the right tank size, which I would say is 25 +gallons. They are fairly active fish and that’s why they need a decently sized tank.
 

Puck44

Cool, Thanks!
 

Spike Cover

I've been looking for Rummy Nose tetras in OC Calif. Can't find them. Anybody know where I could get some?
Thanks in advance.
 

Redshark1

They have been good once established but I think they are a bit fragile when being introduced to a new tank and I would acclimatise them slowly and avoid frightening them for a few days.

I believe they are sensitive to ammonia also.

A stunning fish with large enough numbers and space to swim.
 

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