Video – Tiger Limia – livebearer

The Tiger Limia that came into the hobby in 2002 initially was misidentified as Limia garnieri, then briefly thought to be a juvenile form of L. nigrofasciata. Later however, they were determined to be a new species, or probably a subspecies of L. nigrofasciata.

For a livebearer they haven’t got crazy fancy colours, but a warm golden yellow shimmer, that I find very beautiful.

The females will drop 5-20 young approximately every 30 days. They will try to eat their own fry, but if the adults are well fed and there are plenty of cover among the plants – most fry will survive. Read more about this species on my blog: https://aquarium.michaeljensens.com/2…

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