The Gold-Green-Tiger-Endler (Poecilia reticulata) is a small, colorful fish native to Venezuela. It has a yellow-gold base color, with a pattern of vertical green stripes and a few spots of orange and black. Its fins are a dark orange-red color and its tail is a deep green. It reaches a maximum length of 2 inches and is considered a peaceful and hardy species that can be kept in both freshwater and brackish aquariums. It is an active and lively fish, swimming in groups and actively foraging for food. It is an excellent addition to the community aquarium, and its bright colors and lively behavior make it a favorite among aquarists.