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Rope Fish
(Erpetoichthys calabaricus)
Starting at $29.99
…the Rope Fish is primarily a freshwater species, the addition of some aquarium salt may be beneficial.The Rope Fish is a carnivorous fish that requires live food in its diet. Chopped meats, beef heart, insect larva, as well as tubifex, bloodworms and earthworms may also be included in the Rope Fish
Freshwater Pipefish
(Doryichthys martensii)
Starting at $35.99
Looking for a challenging, yet rewarding freshwater keeping experience for the serious hobbyist? The Freshwater Pipefish, or Longsnouted Pipefish, is a true freshwater species with a fascinating personality and appearance. Shy, regal, captivating, and cryptic, pipefish cautiously roam the aquarium…
Freshwater Asian Gold Clam
(Pilsbryoconcha exilis)
Starting at $3.49
…the Freshwater Asian Gold Clam in an aquarium of at least 15 gallons with medium to very fine substrate. The Freshwater Asian Gold Clam should not be housed with large aggressive or carnivorous fish as well as invertebrate-eating fish, such as freshwater puffers.Keep in mind that the Freshwater
Mono Sebae
(Monodactylus sebae)
Starting at $18.99
…the tip of the anal fin.The Mono Sebae grows very large and requires an aquarium of at least 125 gallons. The smaller specimens can be kept in freshwater, but as they grow and mature, the water should gradually be converted to a higher salinity. A substrate consisting of aragonite sand or gravel is…
Atlantic Pygmy Octopus
(Octopus joubini)
Starting at $59.99
…surroundings. Unlike most animals, the Octopus has a rectangular pupil. It usually comes out at dusk to feed on small invertebrates or small sleeping fish. It uses its eight tentacles to bring the catch to its beak-like mouth. Of its total length, the arms will represent about 70%, with the mantle…
Bumble Bee Goby
(Brachygobius doriae)
Starting at $2.79
The Bumblebee Goby is a small, relatively peaceful fish that does not tolerate intrusion into its territory. It features a long thin body that is black with yellow stripes.The ideal set-up is an aquarium with brackish water and plenty of plants and rocks providing the Gobies with ample hiding…
Freshwater Clam
(Corbicual sp.)
Starting at $3.99
…shell, banded in black. For best care, house the Freshwater Clam in an aquarium of at least 10 gallons with medium to very fine substrate. The Freshwater Clam should not be housed with invertebrate-eating fish, such as freshwater puffers. The Freshwater Clam obtains its nutrition from filtering food…
Green Scat
(Scatophagus argus)
Starting at $17.99
…the sexes and their breeding habits are unknown. Gradual change from brackish to saltwater will maximize the coloration and the health of the fish as they become older.The Scat should be fed mainly vegetable based foods with meaty foods offered on occasion. Feed dried seaweed, lettuce, algae,…
Mosquito Fish
(Gambusia sp. aff. Affinis)
Starting at $1.49
…backwaters and freshwater ponds of North and Central America, Gambusia sp. is related to the common guppy and very similar in characteristics. The body is long and slender and pale in color. Most Mosquito Fish have a tail of moderate size, void of any coloration. Varieties of Mosquito Fish can be…
Yellow Belly Regal Blue Tang
(Paracanthurus hepatus var.)
Starting at $54.99
…least 6' in length by experienced marine (saltwater) aquarists. If you're a beginner, we recommend a similar-looking fish such as the Marine (Saltwater) Yellowtail Damselfish or Freshwater Boesemani Rainbow.The Yellow Belly Regal Blue Tang is a gorgeous color variety of the popular Blue Tang. Though…
Grass Shrimp - Freshwater
(Palaemonetes paludosus)
Starting at $1.99
…established freshwater to slightly brackish aquarium of at least 10 gallons with plenty of hiding places and a mature substrate are the ideal setup for the Grass Shrimp. Although this species is slightly larger than other freshwater shrimp it should still be housed with small peaceful fish that will…
Fire Eel
(Mastacembelus erthrotaenia)
Starting at $34.99
…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 substrate is necessary for this fish. The Fire Eel will often dig in the substrate and bury itself; this may uproot…
Shubunkin
(Carassius auratus)
Starting at $3.49
…The Shubunkin is a hardy fish, and has a mottled pattern of white, black, and orange. It may also be called the Speckled or Harlequin Goldfish.The ideal setup for the Shubunkin is a pond of at least 180 gallons with a gravel substrate, rocks, and hearty plants. This fish will grow in proportion to…
Ghost Shrimp - Freshwater
(Paleomonetes sp.)
Starting at $1.59
…shrimp, rotifers, or a suitable liquid food.Ghost shrimp are an excellent food source for many types of both freshwater and saltwater fish. They are great for getting hard to feed fish such as seahorses, lionfish, grunts, and newly born sharks to begin feeding.The Ghost Shrimp are omnivores and…
Zig Zag Yellow Tail Eel
(Macrognathus pancalus)
Starting at $7.49
…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 soft substrate is necessary for this fish. The Zig Zag Yellow Tail Eel likes to dig in the substrate and bury itself;…
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