Do you mean albino zebrafish, as in zebra danios? If so, not at all! They are a freshwater fish.If they are not zebra danios, I can't find them by the name "albion zebra fish," and I haven't heard of them.
Yes, also called lionfish.No. Zebrafish (also known as Zebra Danios, Danio rerio) are freshwater fish.
Glofish are Zebra Danios (Brachydanio rerio) that have had a jellyfish gene added to them. So they can mate with other Zebra danios.
yes unless the zebra danio can fit in its mouth
Zebra danios are not live-bearing fish, so they do not get pregnant. Instead, the female will lay eggs, and the male will fertilize them. The eggs will hatch about 2 days after being fertilized.
i think they come from India or near there anyway
No killifish like to nip at fins.
Under normal circumstances zebra danios are not vicious towards anything. However if their diet is lacking in protein they could well do some fin nipping of any other slower moving fish.
GloFish are a patented product and breeding is restricted by law. GloFish are genetically engineered zebra danios. Breed them will not produce GloFish that are true to color. They will look like regular zebra danios. They are egg layers. If you have males and females together you will get fry.
That tank setup is fine. In fact, you could even add 1 or 2 more zebra danio(s). It is recommended that danios live in a shoal of at least 5.
Yes. Danios aren't picky eaters.
id say guppies, they breed like rabbits
No, the Siamese fighter shouldn't bother them.
Glofish are genetically modified Zebra Danios. Yes they are exactly the same species as Zebra Danios, just have been modified in laboratories to be all those different colours. They are technically a copyrighted product of the science industry and, because of their GM status, are illegal in many countries!
Each Wal Mart will vary in stock a bit, but in general they all have goldfish, bettas, and plecostomous. Most will also have some sort of guppy, zebra danios, tetras (I've seen mostly neon tetras in particular), and many carry GloFish (zebra danios that have been modified to fluoresce). Wal Marts will typically have some live plants and snails or ghost shrimp for sale as well.
Presuming you mean Zebra Danios, over 100. They are egg scatterers and will eat their own eggs if the eggs are exposed!
Glofish are really Zebra Danios that have had a jellyfish gene added artificially to make them glow.
Zebra Danios should live in a shoal of at least 6 fish, they are tropical (warm water), and should be fed tropical fish foods
There should be no "arch" to any Danios back whether it be male or female. An "arch" in the back is a genetic spinal deformity cause by inbreeding.
The Zebra mussel is a mollusc that is native to freshwater lakes in Russia.
They are small fish. They grow up to be 1 and 3/4 inches long. (Head to tail)
Zebra mussels belong to the family Dreissenidae. These are freshwater bivalve mollusks. Despite their name, zebra mussels are not true mussels.
Ropefish are not very fussy eaters. If the danios will fit in the ropefish's mouth, it will eat them.
They are "Brachydanio rerio" aka Zebra Danios that have had a jellyfish gene added scientifically to make them glow.