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Mexico

24 products
Peppermint Shrimp
(Lysmata wurdemanni complex)
Starting at $8.99
…regions can easily be identified to species level by their color patterns. Our peppermint shrimp are from either the Florida Keys or the Gulf of Mexico and are most often Lysmata boggessi, a species proven to consume Aiptaisa (Rhyne et al. 2004). We occasionally receive other species from the…
Lined Seahorse, Captive-Bred ORA®
(Hippocampus erectus)
Starting at $69.99
…great choice for the dedicated enthusiast. The Lined Seahorse is a US native species that ranges from Nova Scotia, Canada and the northern Gulf of Mexico all the way down to Panama and Venezuela. It will grow to a maximum length of 7-1/2".These social fish thrive when kept as a mated pair or in…
Cortez Angelfish
(Pomacanthus zonipectus)
Starting at $99.99
The coloration of the Cortez Angelfish varies markedly from juvenile to adult. The juvenile stage is black with yellow and blue semi-circular striping radiating from the tail. As an adult, the Cortez Angelfish is blue, with a pale, speckled mid-section and a swipe of vertical yellow just behind the…
Peppermint Shrimp (Build Your Own Kit)
(Lysmata wurdemanni complex)
Starting at $6
…different regions can easily be identified to species level by their color patterns. Our peppermint shrimp from either the Florida Keys or the Gulf of Mexico and are most often Lysmata boggessi, a species proven to consume Aiptaisa (Rhyne et al. 2004). We occasionally receive other species from the…
Dwarf Red Tip Hermit Crab (Build Your Own Kit) - 5 Pack
(Clibanarius sp.)
Starting at $6
The Dwarf Red Tip Hermit Crab originates from the coastal waters surrounding Mexico, and has a red face and legs. Both claws are of equal size, and members of this genus are sometimes called "Equal-handed Hermit Crabs." This tiny crab lives in abandoned snail shells which will vary in size and…
Passer Angelfish
(Holacanthus passer)
Starting at $549.99
The Passer Angelfish is also called the King Angelfish. The adult is predominately dark blue with a white vertical stripe extending down from the dorsal fin about two-thirds of the way to the pelvic fin. The dorsal fin is rimmed in yellow. The caudal and pectoral fins are also yellow, while the…
Tufted Joint Algae
(Cymopolia barbata)
Starting at $16.99
…and favorite food source of herbivores like tangs and angels. Once established, clip pieces of Cymopolia barbata from your refugium and feed as a nutritious snack. In the wild, this species is found in the Atlantic Islands, Gulf of Mexico, and Caribbean. Approximate Purchase Size: 2" to 3-1/2"
Garibaldi Damsel
(Hypsypops rubicunda)
Starting at $129.99
The Garibaldi Damsel comes from the cool waters off of the coast of Mexico, and is one of the largest fish in the damsel family. The Garibaldi is a striking color of orange, and as a juvenile is marked with many blue spots. The fins of the juvenile are also outlined in blue adding to its beauty.The…
Linckia Sea Star, Purple
(Linckia teres)
Starting at $59.99
The Purple Linckia Star, also known as the Purple Sea Star or Leiaster Sea Star, is a deep 'fuzzy' purple and has long cylindrical arms. This unique sea star can be differentiated from its relatives by its bright yellow tube feet and fuzzy appearance on close inspection. This sea star is one of the…
Cerith Snail
(Cerithium sp.)
Starting at $1.99
…in your aquarium sand and helps maintain adequate oxygen levels in the substrate.Native to the Caribbean and Eastern Pacific off the coast of Mexico, the Cerith Snail does best in larger, well-established reef systems with deep sand beds. This voracious feeder is most active at night. In fact,…
Round Stingray
(Urolophus sp.)
Starting at $69.99
The Round Stingray is a bottom dwelling fish, with a tan body with dark brown spots. The tail spine is venomous, but is only used for protection. Caution should be taken when netting it, or when it is not visible and maintenance is performed in the aquarium.The Round Stingray prefers cooler water…
Salvini Cichlid
(Nandopsis salvini)
Starting at $7.99
…Cichlid, also known as the Tricolor Cichlid and the Yellow Belly Cichlid, is a brightly colored cichlid from the lakes and rivers of southern Mexico and northern Central America. They have a bright yellow body with two blotchy dark lines running from the eyes to the caudal fin and turquoise-blue…
Mexican Turbo Snail
(Turbo fluctuosa)
Starting at $1.99
…even the smallest fluctuations in water parameters.Approximate Purchase Size: 3/4" to 2"Turbo Snails are normally not harvested from July-September and will be unavailable to purchase due to the extreme heat in Mexico. The Margarita Snails are an ideal substitute to Turbo Snails during these months.
Chilean Round Stingray
(Urotrygon chilensis)
Starting at $109.99
The Chilean Round Stingray is a bottom dwelling fish, with a tan body with brown spots. The tail spine is venomous, but is only used for protection. Caution should be taken when netting it, or when it is not visible and maintenance is performed in the aquarium.The Chilean Round Stingray prefers…
Dwarf Red Tip Hermit Crab
(Clibanarius sp.)
Starting at $1.29
…equal size and, for this reason, members of this genus are sometimes called "Equal-handed Hermit Crabs." Native to the coastal water surrounding Mexico, the Red Tip has a bright red face and legs. In the home aquarium it does best in saltwater reef or fish-only systems with sand substrates in which…
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