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Peacock Shrimp

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Clown Mantis Shrimp
(Odontodactylus scyllarus)
Starting at $49.99
The Clown Mantis Shrimp, also referred to as the Peacock Mantis Shrimp, is included in the Smashing Mantis Shrimp group. They are very interesting shrimp that resemble the praying mantis insect. They have large colorful eyes that are either blue or green rimmed and their bodies exhibit many bright…
Dusky Wrasse
(Halichoeres annularis)
Starting at $34.99
…also may eat feather dusters, very small wild shrimp, tubeworms, and flatworms. It may also eat parasites off of tank mates. The diet of the Dusky Wrasse should include vitamin enriched frozen mysis shrimp and vitamin-enriched frozen brine shrimp. These fish need small frequent feeding throughout…
Peacock Gudgeon
(Tateurndina ocellicauda)
Starting at $15.99
…are laid, the male Peacock Gudgeon will defend the eggs until they hatch.Offer Peacock Gudgeons a varied diet including quality prepared foods such as flake foods, as well as frozen or freeze-dried foods. Meaty, protein-rich foods like bloodworms and brine shrimp can encourage spawning.Approximate…
Blue Peacock Cichlid
(Aulonocara nyassae)
Starting at $6.99
…the female will release the fry. Provide the fry with newly hatched brine shrimp and finely ground flake food.The Blue Peacock should be fed a variety of both meaty and vegetable-based foods. Feed live and frozen brine shrimp along with Spirulina-based flake and pellet foods.Approximate Purchase…
Peacock Cichlid, Orange Blotched
(Aulonocara nyassae var.)
Starting at $6.99
Peacock Cichlid, provide multiple females for the male, as it will take the stress off of the female carrying the eggs. Peacock Cichlids are mouth brooders, and the incubation is approximately three weeks, at which time the female will release the fry. Provide the fry with newly hatched brine shrimp
Yellow Peacock Cichlid
(Aulonocara baenschi)
Starting at $4.99
…will release the fry. Provide the fry with newly hatched brine shrimp and finely ground flake food.The Yellow Peacock Cichlid should be fed a variety of both meaty and vegetable-based foods. Feed live and frozen brine shrimp along with Spirulina-based flake and pellet foods.Approximate Purchase…
Red Peacock Cichlid
(Aulonocara sp.)
Starting at $6.99
…female will release the fry. Provide the fry with newly hatched brine shrimp and finely ground flake food.The Red Peacock Cichlid should be fed a variety of both meaty and vegetable-based foods. Feed live and frozen brine shrimp along with Spirulina-based flake and pellet foods.Approximate Purchase…
Albino Peacock Cichlid
(Aulonocara sp.)
Starting at $6.99
…will release the fry. Provide the fry with newly hatched brine shrimp and finely ground flake food.The Albino Peacock Cichlid should be fed a variety of both meaty and vegetable-based foods. Feed live and frozen brine shrimp along with Spirulina-based flake and pellet foods.Approximate Purchase…
Green Eyed Cup Coral
(Mycedium sp.)
Starting at $49.99
The Mycedium Coral is a large polyp stony (LPS) coral, and is often referred to as the Green Eyed Cup, Plate, or Peacock Coral. The most commonly imported species is Mycedium elephantotus, dubbed "Elephant Nose," from the Fiji Islands. A blue to green base color with bright green polyps is the…
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