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Dragonet

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Red Mandarin
(Synchiropus cf. splendidus)
Starting at $39.99
The head and body of the Red Mandarin Dragonet are a mazelike combination of blue, orange, and red. Males may be distinguished from females by their extra-elongated first dorsal spine. The red variation of the Mandarin fish is a rare find in the industry and is extremely popular with aquarists…
Flying Jet Sea Moth
(Parapegasus natans)
Starting at $39.99
…Jet Sea Moth is common within the reefs of the Indo Pacific. They are within the Callionymidae family making them very similar to the Mandarin Dragonets and Scooter Blennies. This species is mottled brown in color with a very thin and long body. They possess two dorsal fins with the second one…
Red Scooter Dragonet
(Synchiropus stellatus)
Starting at $19.99
The Red Scooter Dragonet is also referred to as the Starry Dragonet or Stellate Dragonet. Its body is a mottling of red and white with large dark spots. The male usually has brighter colors and a larger dorsal fin.It prefers a reef aquarium of 30 gallons or larger with lots of live rock to hide in…
Spotted Mandarin
(Synchiropus picturatus)
Starting at $24.99
The Spotted Mandarin, also referred to as the Spotted Mandarinfish, Psychedelic Mandarinfish, Psychedelic Fish, or Picture Dragonet, was first found in the Western Pacific Ocean in 1976 by Peters. The head, fins, and body are a psychedelic combination of blue, orange, and black spots on a green…
Fingered Dragonet
(Dactylopus dactylopus)
Starting at $29.99
…Sailfin Dragonet. They require live foods that are found within the live rock, and a refugium attached to the aquarium helps provide the necessary nutrition. More than one of its species may be kept; if so, it is best to introduce them all to the aquarium at the same time. The Fingered Dragonet may…
Scooter Blenny
(Synchiropus ocellatus)
Starting at $9.99
The Scooter Blenny is also known as Scooter Dragonet or Ocellated Dragonet. It has a mottled brown and white body with red highlights. The male usually has brighter colors and a larger first dorsal fin.A 30 gallon or larger reef aquarium that has live sand substrate, docile inhabitants, and lots of…
Live Adult Brine Shrimp
(Artemia salina)
Starting at $16.99
…farm raised in the United States. Live Artemia are an ideal food source for finicky eaters such as seahorses, pipefish, mandarinfish and other dragonets. Brine Shrimp are non-selective, filter feeding invertebrates, and consume algae, bacteria, diatoms, and microbes. To maintain long term, keep in…
Orange and Black Dragonet
(Dactylopus kuiteri)
Starting at $34.99
The Orange and Black Dragonet is also referred to as the Salifin Dragonet. Its body is a mottling of brown and white with large dark spots and orange lips. The lower fin is loaded with bright blue spots. The large dorsal fin of this species is often displayed upright making the fish appear much…
Ruby Red Dragonet
(Synchiropus sycorax)
Starting at $34.99
The Ruby Red Dragonet is also referred to as Ruby Dragonet. This newly described Dragonet species originates from the Philippines. The Ruby Red Dragonet is beautifully colored and will be sure to add color and diversity to your aquarium. It prefers a reef aquarium of 30 gallons or larger with lots…
Dragon Sea Moth
(Eurypegasus draconis)
Starting at $49.99
…and methodical feeders and will only eat food that is lying on the substrate. Their ideal tankmates include seahorses, pipefishes, gobies, and dragonets. Their diet consists of amphipods, copepods, isopods, and live brine and mysis shrimp. They will also eat polychaetes, nematodes, and trematodes.…
Dragonface Pipefish
(Corythoichthys sp.)
Starting at $26.99
…pairs or groups of its own kind in an aquarium that is 50 gallons or larger. It may be kept with small, shy fish such as small gobies, seahorses, dragonets, and firefish. Aggressive, territorial, or fast-moving fish do not make good companions. The Dragonface Pipefish is slightly more tolerant of…
Barbouri Seahorse, Captive-Bred ORA®
(Hippocampus barbouri)
Starting at $199.99
…levels must be 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. However, aggressive, territorial, or fast-moving fish do not make good companions. Seahorses can be harmed by anemones and corals…
Banded Pipefish
(Doryrhamphus dactylophorus)
Starting at $29.99
…or groups of its own kind in an aquarium that is 50 gallons or larger. It may be kept with small, shy fish such as small gobies, seahorses, dragonets, and firefish. Aggressive, territorial, or fast-moving fish do not make good companions. Pipefish will be harmed by anemones and corals with stinging…
Kuda Seahorse, Captive-Bred ORA®
(Hippocampus kuda)
Starting at $99.99
…levels must be 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…
Ingen's Seahorse, Captive-Bred
(Hippocampus ingens)
Starting at $139.99
…levels must be 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 will be harmed by anemones and corals with…
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