neon tetra

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neon tetra

n.
A small tropical freshwater fish (Paracheirodon innesi) of northern South American streams, having iridescent blue and red markings and often kept in home aquariums.
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ne′on tet′ra


n.
a small, bright red and blue South American characin fish, Pracheirodon innesi: a popular aquarium fish.
[1935–40]
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Effect of green water and mixed zooplankton growth and survival in neon tetra, Paracheirodon innesi (Myers, 1936) during larval and early fry rearing.
En la experimentacion se emplearon siete organismos-prueba: Daphnia magna, Apohyale sp., Emerita analoga, Chironomus calligraphus, Odontesthes regia regia, Poecilia reticulata y Paracheirodon innesi, expuestas a pruebas estaticas de tipo agudo.
A similar synergistic effect of lead on co pper uptake by fish (Paracheirodon innesi) was observed when in mixture by Tao et al.
Estudio histologico e histomorfometrico preliminar del sistema digestivo de Neon tetra Paracheirodon innesi (Myers 1936).
More recently other species, such as the guppy, Poecilia reticulata, and the neon tetra, Paracheirodon innesi, became domesticated in the aquarium hobby.
In neuerer Zeit wurden in der Hobby-Aquaristik andere Arten Gegenstand der Domestikation, wie der Guppy, Poecilia reticulata, und der Neonsalmler (-tetra), Paracheirodon innesi. Viele andere Fische werden nur aus wirtschaftlichen Grunden, wie Nutztiere also, gehalten, sei es als Zierfische wie Schwerttrager, Platys, Discus, Kaiserfische, sei es zu Nahrungszwecken wie Regenbogenforelle, Wels und Stor.
helleri), ademas de otras especies como neones (Paracheirodon innesi), betas (Betta splendens), plecostomus (Plecostomus punctatus), angeles (Pterophyllum scalare), cebras (Brachidanio rerio), japoneses (Carassius auratus), oscares (Astronotus ocellatus), tetras (Cheirodon axeirodi), gatos (Corydoras elegans) y tiburones (Labeo bicolor).
Efecto de diferentes niveles de proteina de la dieta sobre el crecimiento de juveniles del pez neon Paracheirodon innesi. (Pisce: Characidae).