It’s hard to overlook the Green Tiger Barb in a tank, thanks to its fluorescent green body, silver and gold blotches and neat orange fins. These fish should be put in schools of at least six, and they’re known for being quite active. That said, you should note they like well-planted aquariums that have either soft or slightly acidic water.
In regards to breeding, we recommend putting them together in the same aquarium, as they will pair off instinctively. The females will lay eggs, the males will fertilize them and the baby fry will be swimming within 4 days. The frys need formulas before they can take on flake food, while adults need veggies, meats with protein, flake foods and live and frozen foods like brine shrimp and bloodworms.