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Ghost Glass Cat
(Kryptopterus bicirrhis)
Starting at $3.99
…to its low-pigment and almost clear body, the Ghost Glass Cat is like a living skeleton whose organs, including its swim bladder and vertebral column, are visible.Ghost Glass Cats, also known as Indian Ghosts, Ghost Fish, Glass Catfish, or Glass Cats, are very peaceful, and a great community fish…
Glass Knifefish
(Eigenmannia virescens)
Starting at $4.19
…Like other members of the Gymnotiformes order, Glass Knifefish have a well-developed weak electrical organ that helps these nocturnal fish maneuver the dark waters of their South American homeland. Members of the scientific community have even used Glass Knifefish to study human neurology. In the…
Filigree Bloodfin Tetra
(Prionobama filigera)
Starting at $5.99
…of six or more Filigree Bloodfin Tetras to your tropical planted aquarium for instant wonder and subtle elegance. The Filigree Bloodfin Tetra, or Glass Bloodfin Tetra, comes from the clear, slow moving waters of South America. This species is translucent silver with a blue iridescence flashing along…
Pictus Catfish
(Pimelodus pictus)
Starting at $9.99
…antenna catfish group and usually has a pale to gray body with a black spotted pattern. The pectoral fins are serrated, so it is recommended that a glass bowl or cup be used to capture the fish rather than a net.As one of the more peaceful fish that adds beauty to your aquarium, the Pictus Catfish…
Humphead Glassfish
(Parambassis sp)
Starting at $49.99
Be one of the first to keep this fascinating glassfish from the fast-flowing forest streams of Myanmar! A relative newcomer to the aquarium hobby, the Humphead Glassfish wasn't scientifically identified until 2003. This thin, deep-bodied, near transparent double-taker features a distinctive dorsal…
Mombasa Lionfish
(Pterois mombasae)
Starting at $79.99
…Mombasa Lionfish will consume smaller fish, shrimp, and other crustaceans in the tank. When first introduced into the aquarium, freshwater Ghost (Glass) Shrimp should be used to entice this fish to eat. Its diet should include meaty foods such as live shrimp, live fish, and occasionally crustacean…
Otocinclus Catfish
(Otocinclus vestitus)
Starting at $2.09
…planted-aquarium experts like Takashi Amano will employ this tireless algae eater. The diminutive Otocinclus Catfish does a great job keeping aquarium glass and plants free of distracting green. Your aquascape and schooling fish will take center stage when the Otocinclus Catfish turns problem algae…
X-Ray Pristella Tetra
(Pristella maxillaris)
Starting at $2.49
The X-Ray Pristella Tetra is an unusual member of the Characidae Family that has a near transparent body. This novel characteristic gives this tetra the appearance of a living x-ray photograph. However, unlike true clear or glass-like fish, the X-Ray Pristella Tetra has a captivating color pattern…
Scissortail Rasbora
(Rasbora trilineata)
Starting at $1.79
…areas for swimming. The Scissortail Rasbora adds activity and visual interest to the upper regions of the aquarium. Use a tight-fitting cover or glass canopy to contain these potential jumpers. Use driftwood, or aquarium decorations to provide areas where the Scissortail Rasbora can feel secure.…
Ghost Shrimp - Freshwater
(Paleomonetes sp.)
Starting at $1.59
Ghost Shrimp, also known as Glass Shrimp, are excellent scavengers. They are inexpensive and efficient aquarium cleaners that will actively search for any kind of left over food in your aquarium. Their transparent bodies and frenetic food-searching behavior make Ghost Shrimp an interesting addition…
Flower Tree Coral - Red / Orange
(Umbellulifera sp.)
Starting at $59.99
…indirect water movement. These corals will not usually fully open in direct water current, so water flow provided by a power head directed at the glass or nearby rock is ideal. For continued good health, the addition of strontium, iodine, and other trace elements to the water.It does not contain…
Glass Eye Squirrelfish
(Heteropriacanthus cruentatus)
Starting at $49.99
The color of the Glass Eye Squirrelfish, also called the Dusky-finned Bullseye, changes through its life. Unlike many other fish, this fish actually becomes brighter in color as it ages. As a juvenile, the body and fins are covered in brown to red patches. With maturation the coloration changes to a…
White Spot Anemone Shrimp
(Periclimenes brevicarpalis)
Starting at $18.99
The Glass Anemone Shrimp, also known as the White-patched Anemone Shrimp, or Pacific Clown Anemone Shrimp, was first described in 1902. While it is sometimes difficult to see within its host anemone, it is the most common of all the imported anemone shrimps. Its transparent body has several white…
Flower Tree Coral, Colony
(Scleronephthya sp.)
Starting at $49.99
…indirect water movement. These corals will not usually fully open in direct water current, so water flow provided by a power head directed at the glass or nearby rock is ideal. For continued good health, the addition of strontium, iodine, and other trace elements to the water.The Colony Flower Tree…
Peppermint Shrimp (Build Your Own Kit)
(Lysmata wurdemanni complex)
Starting at $6
…peacefully with almost all reef inhabitants. On occasion, it has been known to eat the Aiptasia anemone (glass anemone) that are found in the live rock of reef aquariums and on the glass. It will not tolerate copper or high levels of nitrates in the aquarium. It will also require iodine for proper…
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