Hey all! I've spent months trying to figure out what small schooling fish to be the final addition to my 29g soft water community tank. I've looked into every compatible small fish there is, and I kind of fell in love with the subtle beauty of the Jellybean tetra - but kind of crossed it off the list of candidates because it seems to be very difficult to find in the aquarium trade. . .then, I found them!
I'm really super excited, and fairly determined to bring them home, but I'm having a tough time finding much info on this species, and wondering if anyone here actually owns any and can give me advice? I've read all that I can find on Google, and it seems like they'd be a good fit to my tank, which will only have Bolivian Rams and Kuhli loaches aside from the Jellybeans. . .
I'm also a bit concerned, as these seem to be wild-caught, and I've never had a wild caught fish before. Are there any rules that I should follow (obviously they will be QT'd for a period before being introduced to my main tank), or any advice that anyone can give regarding wild-caught fish?
Thanks in advance for any info you can share!