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Puffer

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Saddle Valentini Puffer
(Canthigaster valentini)
Starting at $19.99
The Saddle Valentini Puffer, also known as the Black Saddle Pufferfish, Blacksaddled Toby, Valentini Toby, or Saddled Toby. Members of the Canthigaster genus are called Sharp-nosed Puffers or Tobies. The Saddle Valentini Puffer is a bright and colorful fish with dark brown bands across the…
Porcupine Puffer
(Diodon holocanthus)
Starting at $49.99
The Porcupine Puffer is also known as the Porcupinefish or Porcupine Pufferfish. It has spiny appendages which cover most of its body, which may vary from light gray to mottled tans, sometimes with dark spots. Its teeth are actually a fused beak-like structure. The Porcupine Puffer lacks pelvic fins…
Indian Dwarf Puffer
(Carinotetraodon travancoricus)
Starting at $4.99
The Indian Dwarf Puffer is also known as the Bumblebee, Malabar, or Pygmy Puffer. This puffer is much smaller than other puffers in the same family, as it only reaches a maximum length of 1 inch. It is golden-brown on the back which fades to an off white on the belly. Dark brown to black spots…
Arothron Puffer
(Arothron meleagris)
Starting at $149.99
The Arothron Puffer is a fish of many names including Spotted Puffer, Guinea Fowl Puffer, and Golden Puffer. It changes appearance during different stages of its life. While in the black phase, it is deep blue to black with white spots over the entire body. There is a mottled phase in which the body…
Figure 8 Puffer
(Tetraodon biocellatus)
Starting at $5.99
The Figure 8 Puffer is dark brown to green on the back with a white underside. These fish have many yellow lines and spots covering the backside of the fish, giving it an interesting look. Also there are a few black spots that are outlined in yellow on the tail, body and nose. The ideal aquarium…
Fahaka Puffer
(Tetraodon lineatus)
Starting at $27.99
The Fahaka Puffer, also known as the Nile Puffer or Band Puffer, comes from the lakes and rivers of Africa and can grow to a very large size. They will inhabit both freshwater and brackish waters of the river systems, but tend to do best in freshwater in the home aquarium. The Fahaka is brownish…
Blue Velvet Shrimp
(Neocaridina davidi)
Starting at $5.99
…medications should never be used in aquariums housing ornamental invertebrates. Do not house Blue Velvet Shrimp in aquariums with loaches, puffers, and other larger carnivores that will feed on invertebrates.Blue Velvet Shrimp are omnivores that will consume algae, detritus and left over…
Honeycomb Puffer
(Canthigaster janthinoptera)
Starting at $24.99
The Honeycomb Puffer is also known as the Honeycomb Toby. Members of the Canthigaster genus are called Sharp-nosed Puffers or Tobies. It lacks pelvic fins, but has learned to use the pectoral fins to move about the aquarium.A 50 gallon or larger, fish-only aquarium is suitable. Its teeth are…
Archer Fish
(Toxotes jaculatrix)
Starting at $39.99
…of meaty items including; live insects, mealworms, and freeze dried plankton. Supplement these meaty items with dried seaweed fed at the surface using a lettuce clip. Ideal tank mates include: Puffers, Scats, Monos, other Archers, and other Brackish water fish.Approximate Purchase Size: 2" to 3"
Red Thorny Sea Star
(Echinaster echinophorus)
Starting at $13.99
…is not reef compatible, as it will eat soft corals, sponges, tubeworms, clams, starfish, and other invertebrates. It should not be housed with puffers. The Red Thorny Sea Star is very intolerant of sudden changes in oxygen levels, salinity and pH of the water, and cannot tolerate copper-based…
Blue Spotted Puffer
(Canthigaster solandri)
Starting at $24.99
Puffers or Tobies. The Blue Spotted Puffer Canthigaster solandri and the Papuan Toby Puffer Canthigaster papua have very similar characteristics. The lack of orange coloration around the mouth of the Blue Spotted Puffer Canthigaster solandri distinguishes these two puffers. The Blue Spotted Puffer
Banana Wrasse
(Thalassoma lutescens)
Starting at $36.99
…body. The fins are very colorfully marked.It should reside in a 125 gallon or larger aquarium, with other aggressive tank mates, such as Tangs, Puffers and small Triggers and Angels. They are active fish and require plenty of rocks for hiding and a tight-fitting lid. It will become territorial and…
Immaculatus Puffer
(Arothron immaculatus)
Starting at $24.99
…the Immaculatus Puffer are sometimes called "Fat Puffers" and exemplify the typical puffer design. Though lacking pelvic fins and a hydrodynamic body shape, puffers are extremely maneuverable and are tenacious and capable predators. Like many "Fat Puffers," the Immaculatus Puffer displays an unusual…
Topaz Puffer
(Dichotomyctere fluviatilis)
Starting at $23.99
…to guard them for approximately 7 days until the fry become waterborne.The Topaz Puffer should be fed crustacean foods such as brine shrimp, krill, mollusks, and earthworms.Ideal tank mates include: Puffers, Scats, Monos, Archers, and other Brackish water fish.Approximate Purchase Size: 1-1/2"…
Arothron Dog Face Puffer
(Arothron nigropunctatus)
Starting at $69.99
The Arothron Dog Face Puffer, also known as the Blackspotted Puffer, gets its name from its resemblance to canines. It changes appearance during different stages of life. While in the gray phase, it is gray with black markings around the mouth, eyes, and dorsal fin. The pectoral fins have a yellow…
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