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Black Bellied Limia (Limia melanogaster)
Common Name: Black Bellied Limia
Origin and Habitat: Central America: endemic to Jamaica.
Black Bellied Limia Diet
Dry foods,frozen,live same as guppies
Male 1.6" (4cm). Female 2" (5cm).
Minimum Tank Suggestion
Water parameters for Black Bellied Limia
The Black Bellied Limia should be kept in an aquarium with the temperature ranging from 72 to 82 degrees Fahrenheit, and a Ph of around 7.5-8.5.
Small guppy-type livebearer, very hardy; as they are not fancy bred like some of the other livebearers they make a better first fish than guppies.
They are an overall grey with a blue sheen and black bars running along the body. Both sexes look alike.
The only problem with these neat little fish is that they are difficult to find
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