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Nocturnal Fish

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Serpent Sea Star, Fancy Red
(Ophiomyxa australis)
Starting at $29.99
…also have variable markings.It does well in an aquarium if provided with ample hiding places and plenty of room to roam. Even though it is a nocturnal animal, it will eventually learn to come out during the day to eat. The Serpent Sea Star, Fancy Red is very intolerant of sudden changes in oxygen…
Marine Betta
(Calloplesiops altivelis)
Starting at $99.99
…all small fish and shrimp. It is nocturnal and requires hiding places to provide it shelter from bright lighting, being more active at dusk.When first introduced into the aquarium, live saltwater feeder shrimp should be used to entice this fish to eat. Using live foods such as feeder fish or shrimp…
Ghost Eel
(Pseudechidna brummeri)
Starting at $39.99
…as soft corals, polyps, mushrooms, and filter feeders. These fishes prey on small crustaceans in the wild, so avoid small shrimp which will quickly be consumed by the eel. The Ghost Eel is a nocturnal predator, ambushing small fish and crustaceans. In the aquarium, it may have to be offered live…
Flashlight Fish
(Anomalops katoptron)
Starting at $89.99
…the world, skippers follow schools of Flashlight Fish in order to safely navigate through reef passes at night.This nocturnal fish is well suited for the specialized aquarium that contains other nocturnal fish such as similar sized Pinecone fish, Squirrelfish, Big Eyes and Cardinalfish. A low light…
Jeweled Moray Eel
(Muraena lentiginosa)
Starting at $129.99
…aquarium, and will eat any fish, crustacean or other eel that it can swallow. The Jeweled Eel is a nocturnal predator, ambushing fish and crustaceans. In the aquarium it will learn to feed during the daylight hours, and it will take frozen or freeze-dried krill, fish, shrimp, and most meaty foods.…
Flame Cardinalfish
(Apogon spp.)
Starting at $18.99
…should not be kept in large groups because of its aggressive behavior towards other Cardinalfish, although it does well in mated pairs. It is a nocturnal fish and may be watched using a red light.The Flame Cardinalfish requires a well-balanced and vitamin-enriched diet of meaty foods such as feeder…
Glass Knifefish
(Eigenmannia virescens)
Starting at $4.19
…bony fish, however, the Knifefish can grow to an impressive 16" in the home aquarium. Therefore, they are best kept in systems of 100 gallons or larger. Like other members of the Gymnotiformes order, Glass Knifefish have a well-developed weak electrical organ that helps these nocturnal fish maneuver…
Serpent Sea Star (Build Your Own Kit)
(Ophioderma sp.)
Starting at $8
…can also have variable markings.It does well in an aquarium if provided with ample hiding places and plenty of room to roam. Even though it is a nocturnal animal, it will eventually learn to come out during the day to eat.The Serpent Sea Star is very intolerant of sudden changes in oxygen levels,…
Trinidad Plecostomus
(Hypostomus punctatus)
Starting at $3.29
The nocturnal Trinidad Plecostomus is a great candidate for the community aquarium. Usually greenish yellow in color, its patterned fins camouflage it well in a planted tank. It comes from the Amazon region of South America from fast flowing rivers to flood plains.A larger aquarium of at least 70…
Western Blue Devil
(Paraplesiops meleagris)
Starting at $599.99
…but it is reported to be safe with corals and anemones, however, it will eat all small fish and shrimp. These fish should be kept singly in all but very large aquariums with plenty of live rock. It is nocturnal and requires hiding places to provide it shelter from bright lighting, being more active…
Mombasa Lionfish
(Pterois mombasae)
Starting at $54.99
…beautiful open fin display of this species. This species is a nocturnal hunter, and they are normally found perched on rockwork or under an overhang during the day. Keep in mind that the predatory Mombasa Lionfish will consume smaller fish, shrimp, and other crustaceans in the tank. When first…
Epaulette Shark, Captive-Bred, ORA®
(Hemiscyllium sp.)
Starting at $699.99
…environment with limited disruption, and should never be exposed to copper-based medications. The ORA® Captive-Bred Epaulette Shark is primarily nocturnal and not very active. They are often observed rooting in the sand with their snouts at dawn and dusk searching for buried prey. They will only eat…
Clown Loach
(Chromobotia macracantha)
Starting at $6.99
The Clown Loach is a must-have fish for many freshwater enthusiasts. It is peaceful and gets along well with almost any tankmate. The Clown Loach is also entertaining to watch and feed. Unlike true nocturnal loaches, the Clown Loach is active during the day but will shy from bright light and hide…
Fire Eel
(Mastacembelus erthrotaenia)
Starting at $34.99
The Fire Eel is a nocturnal predator, and part of the Mastacembelidae family, also referred to as the Spiny Eel family. 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…
Emerald Crab
(Mithraculus sculptus)
Starting at $7.99
…Crab's diet with dried seaweed and chopped meaty foods, such as shrimp, as well as a quality pellet fish food.Otherwise, this opportunistic feeder may turn to corals, invertebrates, or small fish for a food source. However, when well fed, most Emerald Crabs are very tolerant of their tankmates and…
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