These are my pet glass bloodfin tetras. We have four of them and their names are Pio, Nineta, Nine, and Seventen. Glass bloodfin tetras are also called glass bloodfins and x-ray fish. These fish are very special because they have see-through scales. You can see their bones and their stomachs. You can also see right through them sometimes. They have red tails, which is why they are called bloodfins. From this picture, it might look like we have more than four, but the ones at the top are just reflections off the top of the water. Glass bloodfin tetras are native to South America. Their scientific name is Prionobrama filigera.
This is also a good picture of the live plant that we have in our tank. It is an Anubias, which is an African plant. The fish like to hide under its leaves, and our Plecostomus likes to suck on the leaves.
At the bottom of the picture you can see Creamsicle, our creamsicle lyretail molly.