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CaribSea Instant Aquarium Tahitian Moon Reef & Marine Substrate
Starting at $22.65
…dyes or paints*Gorgeous black sand enhances rich coloration of aquarium fishSet off brilliant coloration of tropical marine fish with beautiful, black sand. Use CaribSea Tahitian Moon Reef & Marine Substrate for spectacular "high-definition" aquarium views. Fine, black substrate enhances visual…
Cat Shark, Black Banded
(Chiloscyllium punctatum)
Starting at $149.99
…the fish gets larger.The Black Banded Cat Shark is a bottom dwelling shark that is common in the home aquarium. It will eat any crustacean in the aquarium. It stays relatively small, but requires at least a 360 gallon or larger aquarium as an adult. It requires sand as the substrate as the abdomen…
Orange and Black Dragonet
(Dactylopus kuiteri)
Starting at $34.99
…they will often bury themselves in the sand with just their eyes protruding from the substrate.Orange and Black Dragonets prefers a reef aquarium of 50 gallons or larger with lots of live rock to hide in and graze from. The substrate should be live sand and the aquarium should have docile…
Nature's Ocean Bio-Active Reef Sand and Reef Substrate
Starting at $19.99
…solution. Provides essential inorganic elements such as strontium, cobalt, zinc, and molybdenum. Reef Sand has 0.5-1.7 mm grain and Reef Substrate has 1.0-2.5 mm grain and Black Beach Reef Sand has a grain size of 0.5-1.5mm.Beneficial Characteristics of Aragonite Reduces harmful nitrate Maintains…
Black Leopard Wrasse
(Macropharyngodon negrosensis)
Starting at $29.99
…body with light blue to yellowish spots. The dorsal fin has black and white diagonal stripes, and it may have red highlights on the tail and head.A 50 gallon or larger aquarium with well established live rock and a layer of live sand is recommended. They will do best when introduced in groups of…
Black Oranda Goldfish
(Carassius auratus)
Starting at $25.99
…gallons or more. In addition to a fine gravel bottom or well-rounded river rocks, the Black Oranda will appreciate hardy, cold water plants. Keep in mind that goldfish are diggers and will scatter the fine sand onto leaves, injuring thin and less hardy plants.There appears to be a definite courtship…
Black Moor Goldfish
(Carassius auratus)
Starting at $7.99
…members of the carp group and are generally quite hardy.The Black Moor Goldfish will do well in a 30 gallon or larger tank with a fine gravel bottom and hardy, cold water plants. Goldfish are diggers and will scatter the fine sand onto leaves, injuring thin and less hardy plants. Roots and…
Black Stripe Dwarf Cichlid
(Taeniacara candidi)
Starting at $109.99
…is its unusually low dorsal fin. The Black Stripe Dwarf Cichlid should be kept in a tank that is 30 gallons minimum, with densely planted groupings. They require plenty of open swimming areas but also need hiding places. A fine gravel to sand substrate is recommended. Although a semi-aggressive…
Dwarf Zebra/Orange & Black Hermit (Build Your Own Kit) - 5 Pack
(Calcinus laevimanus)
Starting at $7.5
…eyestalk is blue, and the upper half, orange. The Dwarf Zebra/Orange & Black Hermit Crab is a valuable addition to an aquarium because it eats many kinds of algae, including red slime algae (cyanobacteria), and sifts the sand, as well.If there is insufficient algae in the aquarium, the diet should…
CaribSea Eco-Complete African Cichlid Substrates
Starting at $22.39
…bags. SmallGrainSize LargeGrainSize Cichlid Sand 0.5 mm 1.5 mm Ivory Coast 1.0 mm 2.5 mm Cichlid Gravel 4.0 mm 10.0 mm Zack Black 4.0 mm 10.0 mm White Sand 1.0 mm 2.0 mm Shop all aquarium gravel.Please specify: Sand, White Sand, Zack Black, Gravel, or Ivory Coast.For best results, use about…
Black-backed Wrasse
(Anampses neoguinaicus)
Starting at $39.99
…Black-backed Wrasse requires a 120 gallon or larger aquarium with plenty of live rock for hiding and foraging for food, though they do not require a sand bed. They may be kept in numbers as juveniles, but may turn aggressive towards each other when fully grown. They should not be kept with…
Kuiter's Leopard Wrasse
(Macropharyngodon kuiteri)
Starting at $69.99
…male, the black spot behind the eye and the blue halo around the opercular spot disappears. A green and orange circle develops around the black opercular spot and orange becomes the predominant body color.A 50 gallon or larger aquarium with well-established live rock and a mature sand bed several…
CaribSea Arag-Alive
Starting at $23.1
…highlights. Suitable for undergravel filtration systems or as a textural admixture to reef sands.--> Hawaiian Black Sand0.25-3.5mm; available in 20 lb water packed bagRe-create the look of black sand slopes around the volcanic islands of Hawaii. The natural dark substrate highlights the darker…
Sleeper Railway Glider Goby
(Valenciennea helsdingeni)
Starting at $49.99
…in coloration with two distinct black and orange horizontal lines extending the length of the body. The dorsal fin is black-edged, giving it a dramatic look. It is a very timid fish that makes a great addition to a reef aquarium and will aid in maintaining the sand bed.It should be housed in a 30…
Decorated Goby
(Istigobius decoratus)
Starting at $19.99
…substrate, it feeds on food items that live within the sand. This natural feeding behavior has the added benefit of keeping the substrate well oxygenated. The Decorated Goby feeds on a variety of live and frozen brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, live black worms, and prepared foods for carnivores, and…