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Strawberry Rasbora

Sold in packs of 10

Regular price $2.80 per fish/plant/shrimp

Please ensure the quantity is a multiple of the pack size. Orders with incorrect quantities may be subject to cancellation.

Scientific Name: Boraras naevus

From our tank to your tank!

We have mastered the art of keeping and shipping aquatic life!

We are the largest tropical fish importer and wholesaler in the Northwest.  We built this store to service small businesses and experienced hobbyists. 

Beginner, please visit your local pet store!

All Aqua Huna brand animals come with a 100% live arrival guarantee

For DOA refunds:  Photos are required!

Domestic shipping only!  Sorry, we cannot ship to anyone in Hawaii & Washington State.

We ship on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.  Once we get your order, we will ship it within 1 to 3 business days.  For the safety of the animals, we do not ship aquatic life on Thursday and Friday. We do not want live aquatic animals sitting in USPS warehouse over the weekend. Thank you for your understanding.

  • Male/Female: Will be picked at random (no custom orders)

Customer Reviews

Based on 25 reviews
Cyndi F.
Spawned within the week!

EDIT: Fry have matured and have proven to be dwarf neon rainbows. Strawberry rasbora are still looking good!
Ten of these little guys arrived on a Monday - put them in my plant holding tank which was absolutely FULL of plants. Five days later, there was fry! I wasn't prepared for fry so I just fed them finely crushed krill and hoped for the best. A month and a half later, and they are still thriving! They haven't colored up yet, though and they are tiny, so its hard to tell. Very happy with them!

Don George
The best quality

Purchased 10 of these was worried all 10 would make it (how silly) all came alive and perky. We still have all 10 and are getting ready to setup another tank with these and quite a few others.These people are the best.

Great looking little guys!!!

Nice and well fed! Active even in the shipping bag, no deformed fish or wasted sunken in stomachs. Being as small as they are I chose to drip acclimate even though the water they came in was almost the same as the tank they went in here (there was enough water in the bag for a full round of testing), except that my 16 gal has a moderate amount of tannins from the driftwood that I wanted them to adjust to... Went in with my snowball shrimp and are doing great. Since they are the only fish and they look healthy I choose not to put them through a quarantine tank. I will definitely be back for more fish in a month! Hoping to see the Phoenix Rasboras again! If not I will probably add some Chili's to them instead.