Nano Fish

Searching for the best nano aquarium fish? At Shrimpy Business, we have an assortment of nano fish for sale that can add color and personality to your freshwater fish tank.

Known for their minuscule size and simplistic behavior, you can add a small school of nano fish to your aquarium and expect low maintenance in terms of cleaning and feeding needs.

Nano fish are also known for their striking colors and patterns. Take a look at our selection of nano fish and you’ll see that they come in a variety of shades, tones, and designs, allowing them to stand out in a tank full of fish and other freshwater critters.

Types of Freshwater Nano Fish

Interested in adding a nano fish species to your aquarium? Some of the nano fish for freshwater tanks we provide include:

Nano Tank Fish Mates

Are you a hobbyist who wants to add nano fish to your shrimp aquarium? The following are the best nano fish for cohabitation:

  • Celestial Pearl Danio
  • Chili Rasbora
  • Ember Tetra
  • Kuhli Loach

Read more about freshwater shrimp and fish compatibility here.

Best Nano Fish Freshwater Tank Environment

Nano fish aquarium maintenance depends highly on the amount of beneficial nitrifying bacteria present. Bacteria is necessary for a positive nitrogen balance, turning harmful ammonia produced from  fish waste into nitrates that turn into plant food. Make sure to choose a filtration system that’s designed for small fish and small tanks.

Plant choice is also critical. Get an understanding of your nano fish species’ natural habitat and mimic it with live plants, rocks, sticks, and other aquarium accessories.

A good LED light is needed If you choose to add live plants to your setup., However, the amount of lighting you provide will depend on your plants. Planted tank lighting needs vary from one tank to another.

Get Your Nano Fish Today

Whether you’re looking to purchase classic fish or something more unique, Shrimpy Business can assist. Browse through our nano fish today to find the next addition to your freshwater aquarium.