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The Northwest Arkansas Aquarium Society is an organization formed to bring together the aquarist community in Northwest Arkansas and the Ozark region. Our members range from new hobbyists to long time breeders, and we keep a large variety of fishes.

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  • Featured Fish
  • Serpae Tetra (Hyphessobrycon eques)

    serpae tetra
     

    Vital Statistics

     

    Description

     
     

    Origin: Amazon, Guaporé, and Paraguay River basins

    Size: 1.5 inches

    Temperament: peaceful in schools

    Sociability: schooling, six or more recommended to prevent possible nippiness

    Breeding: egglayer

    Sexing: males are slimmer and have brighter colors

    Diet: omnivorous, accepting all foods

    Water Chemistry: pH 6.0–7.8; dH 10–25

    Temperature: 72–78°F

     

    Serpae tetras (pronounced sur-pee) get their name from the Amazonian village of Serpa. Wild fish are brick red with a greenish sheen, but tank-raised specimens often are bred to show a deep crimson color. In any case, these highly attractive schoolers look great in a community aquarium. Keep at least six, as the species is sometimes reported to be nippy when kept in small numbers.

    Serpae tetras are easily bred. Males chase females into plant thickets, where the fish release adhesive eggs. It is common to see serpae tetras spawning in the aquarium when morning sunlight hits the tank. However, eggs and fry are readily eaten, so a separate breeding tank should be used if you want success in reproducing this species.

    Flake foods are accepted readily. Feed foods high in carotenoids, such as brine shrimp, bloodworms, and color flakes, to keep the red colors bright.




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2014 Program Schedule

MAY 10th
“Overview of National Aquarium/Fish Clubs”
Speaker: Denny Rogers


JUN 14th
“Water Chemistry”
Speaker: Mike Wickham

JUL 12th
“Tank Busters (Big Fish)”
Guest Speaker: Jack Dannels (MO)

AUG 9th
“Shell-dwelling Cichlids”
Guest Speaker: Kyle Osterholt (OK)

SEP 13th
“DIY Roundtable; Mini Talks”
OCT 11th
“Killifishes Overview”
Speaker: Michael Gaines

NOV 8th
“Collecting in Uruguay”
Guest Speaker: Dave Whitcraft (MO)
Election of 2015 Officers
DEC 13th
Christmas Party

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