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Aquarium Eels

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Chain Eel
(Echidna catenata)
Starting at $49.99
The Chain Eel, also known as the Chainlink Moray Eel or, simply, the Chain Moray Eel, has a white to yellow body with handsome brown, black, or gray chain markings.It needs refuge among or in between coral and rocks in a 125 gallon or larger aquarium. It spends most of its day hiding and moves about…
Midas Blenny
(Ecsenius midas)
Starting at $44.99
The Midas Blenny is an excellent candidate for a reef tank. It is a beautiful, deep golden-yellow with a shadow of blue under the chin and bright, blue-rimmed eyes. When swimming, the motion they use is very eel-like.This blenny will appreciate a minimum tank of 30 gallons or larger with numerous…
Jeweled Moray Eel
(Muraena lentiginosa)
Starting at $129.99
…hardy eel, but is an escape artist, and requires a tightly sealed aquarium. A 50-gallon or larger aquarium with plenty of live rock for hiding is ideal for the Jeweled Moray. Most of the eels that are lost in an aquarium are due to poorly sealed tanks. These eels are very aggressive in the aquarium,
Fire Coral Eel
(Gymnothorax miliaris)
Starting at $189.99
…Coral Eel originates from the reefs of South America. It is black in color with stunning golden spots covering the entire body. Like other Moray eels, it has a very thick body and will typically hide in the rocks with its gaping mouth out in plain view.It requires a 125 gallon or larger aquarium
Golden Moray Eel
(Gymnothorax miliaris)
Starting at $749.99
…species as the Fire Coral Eel, but in its very rare yellow form.Typically, the Golden Moray Eel is available as a juvenile, only a foot or so long. The Golden Moray Eel is also an escape artist, and will try to go through any small opening in the lid of the aquarium. Given these characteristics,…
Ghost Eel
(Pseudechidna brummeri)
Starting at $39.99
Eel, these fish can be difficult to feed. They can easily escape out of smallest space from the aquarium. A 50-gallon or larger aquarium with plenty of live rock for cover, and a tightly fit canopy is ideal. Most of the eels that are lost in an aquarium are due to poorly sealed tanks. The Ghost Eel
Tessalata Eel
(Gymnothorax favagineus)
Starting at $179.99
The Tessalata Eel, also known as the Honeycomb Moray Eel or Leopard Eel, has a light colored body and especially attractive, dark honeycomb markings. Being one of the larger eels, the Tessalata Eel requires a 180 gallon or larger aquarium with numerous rock crevices for hiding and a secure,…
Zebra Moray Eel
(Gymnomuraena zebra)
Starting at $189.99
…Moray Eel is an ideal moray for the community fish tank. It poses no threat to its fish tank mates or the aquarist, and is often out and about during the day rather than at night. A 125 gallon or larger aquarium must be provided with crevices for hiding that are large enough to conceal the eel's
Tire Track Eel
(Mastacembelus armatus)
Starting at $16.39
Eel, also known as the Spiny Eel, is a nocturnal predator and a member of the Mastacembelidae family. Members of this family, also referred to as the Spiny Eel family, are not true eels. They are elongated tropical freshwater fish that have numerous spines preceding the dorsal fin.A larger aquarium
Fire Eel
(Mastacembelus erthrotaenia)
Starting at $34.99
The Fire Eel is a nocturnal predator, and part of the Mastacembelidae family, also referred to as the Spiny Eel family. Members of this family are not true eels. They are elongated, tropical, freshwater fish that have numerous spines preceding the dorsal fin.Best suited for a larger aquarium, a soft…
Snowflake Eel
(Echidna nebulosa)
Starting at $29.99
…not exceed 24 inches.This is a very hardy eel, but an escape artist. A 50 gallon or larger aquarium with plenty of live rock and a tightly fit canopy is ideal. Most of the eels that are lost in an aquarium are due to poorly sealed tanks. The Snowflake Eel is safe to house with any fish it cannot…
Marine Betta
(Calloplesiops altivelis)
Starting at $99.99
…in a reef-style aquarium, but it is reported to be safe with corals and anemones, however, it will eat all small fish and shrimp. It is nocturnal and requires hiding places to provide it shelter from bright lighting, being more active at dusk.When first introduced into the aquarium, live saltwater…
Black Edge Moray Eel
(Gymnothorax saxicola)
Starting at $59.99
…The underside of the eel is also gold in color, and the tail is outlined in black, which gives it its name. Like other Moray eels, it has a very thick body and will typically hide in the rocks with its gaping mouth out in plain view.It requires a 125-gallon or larger aquarium with suitable shelter…
Rope Fish
(Erpetoichthys calabaricus)
Starting at $29.99
…Rope Fish. The ideal setup is a large aquarium capable of housing two or more Rope Fish.The aquarium should be heavily planted with plenty of hiding nooks created with roots or driftwood. Because the Rope Fish tends to move snake-like at the bottom of the aquarium, a fine gravel or sand substrate is…
Zig Zag Yellow Tail Eel
(Macrognathus pancalus)
Starting at $7.49
…Tail Eel is a nocturnal predator and part of the Mastacembelidae family. Members of this family, also referred to as the Spiny Eel family, are not true eels. They are elongated tropical freshwater fish that have numerous spines preceding the dorsal fin.Best suited for a larger species aquarium, a…
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