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Old 11-15-2019, 06:03 PM   #1
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Rasboras growth rate

I picked up some **purple rasboras** at one of the local club auctions and man are they TINY. I'm puttng them in my fry grow out tank for now just to prevent them being snacked on, but is anyone able to give me an idea of how quickly they will grow? I've never had tasboras this small before

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Don't know how fast they grow but I would feed them good to get them to grow. Maybe some vitamin fortified brine shrimp.


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