Chili Rasbora (Rasbora brigittae)

Imported European Fish

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These micro-fish are native to Southeast Asia and are brilliantly red in adulthood, and have interesting gold-lined black stripes down their center. This is a completely peaceful fish, and there is never any violence displayed amongst the species. Chili Rasboras very much appreciate being kept in a planted tank with plenty of spaces to hide in and chase each other around and through.


Chili Rasboras are traditional egg scatterers; they will readily breed in an aquarium with plenty of plant cover and nice, soft water; in the wild, these fish are found in very soft and acidic water so these are the conditions in which the readily spawn, leaving eggs scattered all over the bottom of the aquarium. You should be aware, though, that they will also eat their own eggs and tiny fry sometimes, so if you wish to breed them, keep in mind that after laying eggs, you will want to move the breeding adults out of that tank and into another one so that they don't eat their eggs or their tiny fry when they hatch.


Make sure you are feeding them fine flakes and baby brine shrimp as a treat from time to time and these fish will thrive! We have noted that these fish will turn very, very red when fed a diet of red color enhancing fish flakes, so that is a very good way to really make these beautiful tiny fish pop with color in your home aquascape! This fish does not ship individually bagged, sizes are always assorted, Approx. 1/2 to 1 inch each.

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    17 Reviews

  • Posted by Cat MacRae on May 5th 2022


    Great transaction!

    Fish shipped quickly and well insulated/protected. All arrived alive and seem to be healthy and hardy, just getting used to their new tank! Thanks so much, will recommend!

  • Posted by Josue on Mar 4th 2022


    Better than expected!

    I was surprised these all came in alive especially since they are very delicate little fish. They are all in a community tank and look great and are active.

  • Posted by anna marie hicks on Feb 28th 2022


    Extremely interesting FISH!!!

    Ordered 15, all arrived healthy and unstressed. These very small fish fit right in with my heavily planted aquarium and freshwater cherry shrimp. Ordered 20 more of these uniquely colored and active fish and we really have a busy shoal !

  • Posted by Andrew on Feb 27th 2022


    Quality fish worth buying

    Ordered 10 fish 8 of the 10 survived honestly not too bad considering texas was like 30 degrees that day I did have a heat pack too

  • Posted by lisa Woodell on Jan 22nd 2022


    Great with a surprise!!!

    They all got here alive and in good health. But we didn't get all of the fish. I could only count 19 out 20 but they did add a dwarf rainbow fish in with them so all is good!!!

  • Posted by Unknown on Sep 26th 2021


    Chili rasbora

    All arrived alive and started gaining their color in just a few a hours. Awesome fish

  • Posted by Chris I Monroe on Aug 24th 2021


    Chili Rasbora

    Ordered 10 fish. They are all alive and healthy! They look great in my blackwater tank. The coloring is starting to come in already. They are are active and not shy at all would definitely recommend to anyone looking for a small fish breed.

  • Posted by Mark von Wisco on Jul 17th 2021


    Vividly colored nano fish

    I ordered 15 chili rasboras as part of my second order from Red Fish Blue Fish. As with my first order, the fish were well packed, and arrived looking healthy. The rasboras colored quickly and continue to do well. My only regret is I didn't order twice as many.