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Small Eels

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Ghost Eel
(Pseudechidna brummeri)
Starting at $39.99
…feed the eel properly. It can be housed with invertebrates such 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…
Prehistoric Dragon Goby
(Gobioides broussonnetii)
Starting at $12.99
The Prehistoric Dragon Goby, also called the Dragon Goby, Eel Goby, Peruvian Goby, or Violet Goby is a brackish water to fresh water fish from South and Central America. The prehistoric Dragon Goby has a long slender body much like an eel with purplish lavender body color.The Prehistoric Dragon Goby…
Wolf Eel
(Congrogadus subducens)
Starting at $29.99
…tight-fitting lid to prevent escape. The Wolf Eel may be kept in a reef aquarium, but will eat smaller fish and crustaceans.Its diet should include meaty foods such as small marine fish, chopped clam, and prawns in its diet.Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 6" to 10"; Medium: 10" to 14"; Large: 14"…
Orangethroat Pikeblenny
(Chaenopsis alepidota)
Starting at $39.99
…diet of the Orangethroat Pikeblenny in the wild primarily consists of small crustaceans and small fish. In the aquarium, it should be fed mysis shrimp, vitamin-enriched brine shrimp, frozen preparations and other meaty items.Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 2" to 2 3/4"; Medium: 2-3/4" to 4"
Jeweled Moray Eel
(Muraena lentiginosa)
Starting at $99.99
…is ideal for the Jeweled Moray. Most of the eels that are lost in an aquarium are due to poorly sealed tanks. These eels are very aggressive in the 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.…
Black Edge Moray Eel
(Gymnothorax saxicola)
Starting at $59.99
Eel also known as the Ocellated Moray originates from the seagrass beds of the Caribbean ocean. It is brown in color with stunning golden spots covering the entire body. The underside of the eel is also gold in color, and the tail is outlined in black, which gives it its name. Like other Moray eels,
Tessalata Eel
(Gymnothorax favagineus)
Starting at $149.99
The Tessalata Eel, also known as the Honeycomb Moray Eel or Leopard Eel, has a light colored body and especially attractive, dark honeycomb markings. Being one of the larger eels, the Tessalata Eel requires a 180 gallon or larger aquarium with numerous rock crevices for hiding and a secure,…
Snowflake Eel
(Echidna nebulosa)
Starting at $21.99
…not exceed 24 inches.This is a very hardy eel, but an escape artist. A 50 gallon or larger aquarium with plenty of live rock and a tightly fit canopy is ideal. Most of the eels that are lost in an aquarium are due to poorly sealed tanks. The Snowflake Eel is safe to house with any fish it cannot…
Golden Moray Eel
(Gymnothorax miliaris)
Starting at $699.99
…This is the same species as the Fire Coral Eel, but in its very rare yellow form.Typically, the Golden Moray Eel is available as a juvenile, only a foot or so long. The Golden Moray Eel is also an escape artist, and will try to go through any small opening in the lid of the aquarium. Given these…
Zebra Moray Eel
(Gymnomuraena zebra)
Starting at $119.99
…crevices for hiding that are large enough to conceal the eel's entire body.The Zebra Moray Eel diet should include sizeable portions of meaty foods, fresh fish including clams, squid, scallops, and shrimp.Approximate Purchase Size: Small 6" to 10" Medium 10" to 18" Large 18" to 26" X Large 26" to…
Fire Coral Eel
(Gymnothorax miliaris)
Starting at $189.99
…taken with this eel, as it will eat just about anything that it can catch and fit into its mouth, including fish and invertebrates.The Fire Coral Eel's diet consists of live feeder fish, squid, and octopus, and may eat the other fish in the aquarium.Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 5" to 7" Medium:…
Marine Betta
(Calloplesiops altivelis)
Starting at $69.99
…Marine Betta is not commonly kept in a reef-style aquarium, but it is reported to be safe with corals and anemones, however, it will eat 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…
San Francisco Bay Brand® Freeze-Dried Bloodworms
(4189)
Starting at $6.99
…complete and ideal as a primary diet, supplement, or treat*Special liquid-carbon-dioxide freezing process maximizes freshness and flavorYour discus, eels, Bettas, loaches, and other community freshwater fish will thrive on nutritionally complete San Francisco Bay Brand Freeze-Dried Bloodworms. Ideal…
Ocean Nutrition Squid Flat Pack
(3688)
Starting at $5.99
…aquarium fish - especially larger marine fish. Ocean Nutrition Chopped Squid delivers the natural nutrition of squid Groupers, Lionfish, Eels, Triggerfish and other predatory fish find irresistible. It's also a great food item for anemones, shrimp, crabs, and other carnivorous invertebrates.…
San Francisco Bay Brand Bloodworms Flat Pack
(3691)
Starting at $8.99
…nutritional variety aquarium omnivores and carnivore love San Francisco Bay Brand Bloodworms are popular frozen food fare available in sizes for small or large aquariums, and the convenient flat pack design is ideal for storing and customizable portioning. San Francisco Bay Brand Frozen Bloodworms…
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