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Larger Catfish

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Synodontis Multipunctatus Catfish
(Synodontis multipunctatus)
Starting at $44.99
…save, and the catfish fry then feed upon the Cichlid eggs. It is advised to remove the catfish fry once all of the eggs have been devoured to reduce the chances of the fry eating each other. Feed the fry baby brine shrimp until they are able to accept larger foods. Synodontis Catfish are omnivores…
Synodontis Ocellifer Catfish
(Synodontis ocellifer)
Starting at $11.99
Catfish comes from various river systems of Western Africa and is a peaceful bottom scavenger. It is yellowish to brown with many black spots.A 50-gallon or larger aquarium with a stable temperature and plenty of rocks and plants provides a suitable environment. The Synodontis Ocellifer Catfish is a…
Synodontis Zebra Hybrid
(Synodontis sp.)
Starting at $15.19
…sizes, this sleek and attractive Synodontis catfish has a truly "wild" appearance. There is a notable delineation between the head and the rest of the body. The spots on the head are much smaller and greater in concentration, while the body sports larger, loosely spaced spots. This juxtaposition…
Farlowella Catfish
(Farlowella acus)
Starting at $11.49
…accent a natural habitat and provide hiding spaces to reduce stress for the Farlowella Cat. A 50 gallon aquarium or larger is recommended for this species.Feeding the Farlowella Catfish is not difficult due to the fact that it is not a picky eater. Feeding off the bottom of the tank, it gets most of…
Pictus Catfish
(Pimelodus pictus)
Starting at $9.99
…environment for the Pictus Catfish. In the wild, this fish grows a bit larger than in the aquarium setting, but a minimum of 70 gallons is recommended for proper housing.These fish are an egg-laying catfish that are very difficult to breed in an aquarium setting.The Pictus Catfish will feed on left…
Giraffe Nosed Catfish
(Auchenoglanis occidentalis)
Starting at $49.99
The Giraffe Nosed Catfish comes from lake and river systems located throughout Africa. It has a large head and is a marbled or spotted gray with a few black spots arranged in a line.A 125 gallon or larger aquarium is required for this catfish due to the large size. Provide an aquarium with a warm,…
Columbian Shark
(Arius jordani)
Starting at $5.99
…that gives it a classic catfish appearance.Setting up a tank to match its natural environment will require plenty of plants and rocks. Since it grows quite large, starting with a minimum tank size of 70 gallons is recommended. As the Columbian Shark grows larger, there is a chance that the…
Synodontis Decorus Catfish
(Synodontis decorus)
Starting at $14.59
The Synodontis Decorus Catfish, also known as the Decorus Catfish or Decorated Synodontis, is known scientifically as Synodontis decorus, S. vittatus, and S. labeo. It is a member of the naked catfish group.A 50 gallon or larger aquarium with a warm, stable temperature, and plenty of rocks and…
Striped Raphael Catfish
(Platyodras armatulus)
Starting at $5.59
…traits, the Striped Raphael Catfish is mild-mannered yet confident in its endeavors. This peaceful catfish does well in aquariums 30 gallons or larger. The Striped Raphael Catfish does equally well in community aquariums with peaceful inhabitants and aquariums housing larger more aggressive fish.…
Synodontis Flavitaeniatus Catfish
(Synodontis flavitaeniatus)
Starting at $69.99
…upside-down catfish, as it will hang in an inverted position. They are wonderful scavengers, and are not overly aggressive. They also do not dig as much as other large catfish, making them a great addition to a larger freshwater planted aquarium. The Synodontis Flavitaeniatus Catfish will appreciate…
Tiger Shovelnose Catfish
(Pseudoplatystoma fasciatum)
Starting at $18.69
…size and high energy this fish should be kept with larger tank mates. Besides the minimum tank size of 180 gallons, rocks, plants, and large driftwood should be used to enhance and simulate a natural environment. Since the Tiger Shovelnose Catfish is a highly active fish, a tightly covered aquarium…
Cobalt Aquatics Shrimp Pellets
(4102)
Starting at $3.99
…sinking pellets deliver nutrition to fish that feed at the bottom of the aquarium. Also great for medium to large freshwater aquarium fish such as catfish, Oscars, loaches and pacus.Nutritious Cobalt Aquatics Shrimp Pellets are the perfect companion for a complete diet including Cobalt Flake foods.…
Palespotted Cory Cat
(Corydoras gossei)
Starting at $21.99
…Cory Cat is a visually striking and entertaining addition to the freshwater aquarium. The Palespotted Cory Cat comes from the tributaries of larger river systems in South America. The Palespotted Cory Cat requires a well-planted aquarium with plenty of hiding places that provide relief from…
TetraColor Tropical Granules
(5792)
Starting at $3.97
*Designed for larger fish such as Discus and Angelfish*Slow-sinking granules bring color-enhancing nutrition to mid-water and bottom-feeding fish*Enhanced with Vitamin C and the patented health-enhancing ProCare® from TetraMinOriginally introduced as Discus food, it's also an ideal food for many…
Feeder Platies
(Xiphophorus variatus)
Starting at $59.99
Platies are hardy, inexpensive, and easy to breed in large numbers, making them ideal feeder fish for your larger carnivorous inhabitants like cichlids, large catfish, and other piscivores. This feeder pack arrives with 85-100 specimens ranging in size between 1/4" - 1/2." To raise, the Platy…
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