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Australia Fish

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Scott's Fairy Wrasse
(Cirrhilabrus scottorum)
Starting at $49.99
…collected from Australia contains more red within the fins and the break in coloration within the body is less dramatic. The male and female of this species are similarly colored, but when courting, the male will display increased color intensity. Colors may vary depending on the fish's mood.The…
Radial Filefish, Captive-Bred ORA®
(Acreichthys radiatus)
Starting at $59.99
…to the beginner to expert aquarist. These unique little fish can change their color and pattern in seconds depending on their mood or environment. Radial Filefish are native to the Western Pacific from the northern coast of Australia through the Ryukyu Islands of Japan and throughout Indonesia…
Pictilis Anthias
(Pseudanthias pictilis)
Starting at $79.99
…Pictilis do well with only a single male in a tank with a small group of females of the same species. Although a 125 gallon tank will suffice for one fish, if keeping a group, you may need up to a 180 gallon tank or even larger for best success. Pictilis Anthias prefer a tank with multiple hiding…
Pinecone Fish
(Cleidopus gloriamaris)
Starting at $699.99
The Pinecone Fish, also called the Pineapple Fish and Knight-fish, is covered with spines, and has a brilliant yellow body. It has what appears to be a glowing smile due to the bioluminescent bacteria which inhabit the light organs found on the sides of the mouth. These symbiotic bacteria are…
Old Wife Fish
(Enoplosus armatus)
Starting at $379.99
The Old Wife Fish comes from the outer reefs of Australia, and is given its common name due to the teeth grinding noise that they make when caught by fishermen. They are an interesting shaped fish with two prominent dorsal fins, and an elongated body. Their body is silver in color and is adorned…
Kuda Seahorse, Captive-Bred (Australia)
(Hippocampus kuda)
Starting at $79.99
…monitored and maintained to keep their bony plates healthy.They may be kept with small, shy fish such as small gobies, pipefish, dragonets, and firefish. But aggressive, territorial, or fast-moving fish do not make good companions. Seahorses can be harmed by anemones and corals with stinging…
Black & White Chromis
(Chromis margaritifer)
Starting at $18.99
…and northwestern Australia to the French Polynesian and Line Islands. These fishes are primarily black with the caudal peduncle and caudal fin being white. These fish are one of the more peaceful of all the damselfish species, and make a hardy addition to both reef and fish only aquariums.This…
Blue Tip Longfin Grouper
(Paraplesiops poweri)
Starting at $279.99
…of Australia and is a rare find in the industry. They have a grayish elongated body, and have large beautiful fins. Their fins are lined in blue, and display blue markings on the face. Although they are aggressive, they may be maintained in a saltwater reef aquarium that does not contain small fish
Mulleri Butterflyfish
(Chelmon muelleri)
Starting at $179.99
…of Australia and has a long, narrow nose and mouth used for hunting into crevices and holes for food. The Mulleri Butterflyfish has black vertical bands against a silver background, which blends into a rust coloration towards the backside of the fish. The eyespot on the dorsal fin of the fish is…
McCullochi Clownfish Captive-Bred ORA®
(Amphiprion mccullochi)
Starting at $54.99
…Captive-Bred McCullochi Clownfish is one of the hardest-to-find fish in the aquarium industry. This is because the McCullochi Clownfish are native to Lord Howe Island located off the coast of Australia in a region closed to fishing. The Captive-Bred McCullochi Clownfish has a unique background that…
Hi Fin Coradion Butterflyfish
(Coradion altivelis)
Starting at $149.99
The Hi Fin Coradion Butterflyfish, also known as the Tawneygirdled Butterflyfish, Highfin Coralfish, or Highfin Butterflyfish, has a silver-white base color with two dark brown bars behind the pectoral fins and a third yellow-orange bar at the back of the body. It also has a dark brown bar through…
Western Blue Devil
(Paraplesiops meleagris)
Starting at $599.99
…Betta, is found in rocky crevasses of the reefs of Australia. It is a beautiful fish that is blue in color with many light blue spots. The anal and dorsal fins are very long, giving this fish a dramatic look. This is a rare find from Australia, and should be maintained in a cooler aquarium. The…
Bluestripe Snapper
(Lutjanus kasmira)
Starting at $34.99
…head. The back and sides of the fish are bright yellow, while the underside fades to white, presumably as camouflage to disappear against the bright ocean surface when viewed from below. Four bright-blue stripes run lengthwise across the side of the fish, with several faint greyish stripes…
Blue Dot Stingray
(Taeniura lymma)
Starting at $179.99
…this fish to eat. Then it may be fed shrimp, scallops or pieces of fresh marine fish.Due to its lack of hardiness when introduced into an aquarium, it should only be kept by an experienced hobbyist.The approximate purchase size of your Stingray is measured as the diameter of the fish. Approximate…
Orangetail Blue Damselfish
(Chrysiptera cyanea)
Starting at $11.99
…should be able to easily accommodate multiple specimens. It is a good fish for beginners, and makes an ideal companion fish for a saltwater tank of over 30 gallons, and as a great companion for reefs and invertebrates. As the fish matures it may become aggressive, causing problems with the selection…