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Bottom Cleaning Fish

119 products
Skunk Cory Cat
(Corydoras arcuatus)
Starting at $9.99
…edge. Just as active as other Corydoras, the Skunk Cory Cat thrives in peaceful community aquariums with like sized fish. Primarily bottom dwellers, Corydoras are adept at cleaning excess food from aquarium substrate. Their most playful antics come, however, when an entire group speeds to the…
Marineland Emperor BIO-Wheel Powerfilters
(5358)
Starting at $39.99
…break. Grasp the Spray Bar Adjustment Knob(s) and gently pull the Spray Bar(s) out and away from the Filter Box. Clean the Spray Bar(s) Using the included Cleaning Brush, thoroughly clean out the interior chamber of the Spray Bar(s). Lift the Flow Manifold Housing up and away from the Filter Box.…
Salvini Cichlid
(Nandopsis salvini)
Starting at $7.99
…gravel or sand bottom. It does not burrow or destroy plants, which are recommended to use as territories. The Salvini Cichlid should be provided with numerous rocks and roots for use as hiding places. Plenty of room should be left for open swimming. They may be housed with smaller fish that are also…
Tiger Oscar
(Astronotus ocellatus)
Starting at $11.39
bottom and a few large rocks. They will dig up plants; so any that are in the tank should be potted with the root surfaces covered with rocks. Using floating plants is a good compromise to this problem. Tiny Oscars form a tight cluster for protection and this is normal behavior for juvenile fish.
Blood Red Fire Shrimp
(Lysmata debelius)
Starting at $34.99
…unless they impinge on its territory. As a "cleaner shrimp," it will set up cleaning stations and remove dead tissue and parasites from fish that present themselves. It will also scavenge for meaty bits along the substrate bottom. Often, only its antennae will be visible. It will not tolerate copper…
The Keep It Clean Caribbean Package
(Miscellaneous species)
Starting at $119.99
…in the pack keep uneaten food and other debris off the bottom of the tank.Some of the invertebrates within this pack are opportunistic feeders, and if food is not available to them, they may turn to supplementing their diet with small fish, corals or invertebrates. If insufficient algae becomes…
Sea Goblin
(Inimicus didactylus)
Starting at $49.99
…as small fishes or crustaceans. Their venomous spines are used solely for defensive purposes, and caution should be used when cleaning the aquarium, to avoid an accidental sting. When first introduced into the aquarium, live saltwater feeder shrimp should be used to entice this fish to eat. The…
Red Oscar
(Astronotus ocellatus)
Starting at $6.99
bottom and a few large rocks. They will dig up plants; so any that are in the tank should be potted with the root surfaces covered with rocks. Using floating plants is a good compromise to this problem. Tiny Oscars form a tight cluster for protection and this is normal behavior for juvenile fish.
Round Stingray
(Urolophus sp.)
Starting at $69.99
…the aquarium, small pieces of cleaned squid or live saltwater feeder shrimp should be used to entice this fish to eat. Then it may be fed shrimp, scallops or pieces of fresh marine fish.The approximate purchase size of your Stingray is measured as the diameter of the fish. Approximate Purchase Size:…
Python Pro-Clean Squeeze Value Combo
(4951)
Starting at $12.99
…for aquarium maintenance ONLY. Using a bucket that has had cleaning solutions or soap in it at ANYTIME can be fatal to your fish.STEP 1Place your CLEAN bucket near the aquarium and be sure the top of the bucket is below the bottom of the aquarium.STEP 2Insert the Hose and Gravel Tube into the…
Freshwater Neon Blue Goby
(Stiphodon sp.)
Starting at $14.99
The Neon Blue Goby is a remarkable fish newly available from the Far East. With its many attractive characteristics, this diminutive fish is sure to cause a sensation among freshwater aquarium hobbyists. The most prominent trait of this freshwater goby is its stunning coloration. The male Neon Blue…
Sand Sifting Sea Star
(Astropecten polycanthus)
Starting at $17.99
…quickly clean your aquarium of detritus and then burrow into your substrate, starve, and eventually begin to decay.To foster its feeding habits, the Sand Sifting Sea Star should be kept in aquariums with large, deep sand bottoms of several inches in depth. Since it is slower moving than most fish,
Haller's Stingray
(Urobatis halleri)
Starting at $199.99
…aquarium, small pieces of cleaned squid or live saltwater feeder shrimp should be used to entice this fish to eat. Then it may be fed shrimp, scallops or pieces of fresh marine fish. The approximate purchase size of your Stingray is measured as the diameter of the fish. Approximate Purchase Size:…
Zebra Oscar
(Astronotus ocellatus)
Starting at $12.99
bottom and a few large rocks. They will dig up plants; so any that are in the tank should be potted with the root surfaces covered with rocks. Using floating plants is a good compromise to this problem. Tiny Oscars form a tight cluster for protection and this is normal behavior for juvenile fish.
Marbled Bamboo Cat Shark
(Chiloscyllium plagiosum)
Starting at $69.99
…medications.When first introduced into the aquarium, small pieces of cleaned squid or live saltwater feeder shrimp should be used to entice this fish to eat. Then it may be fed shrimp, scallops or pieces of fresh marine fish. Feeding these sharks quality foods such as whole cockle in the shell,…
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