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Spotted Puffer

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Spotted Puffer
(Canthigaster jactator)
Starting at $26.99
The Spotted Puffer is also called the White Spotted Sharpnose Puffer, or White Spot Hawaiian Puffer. Members of the Canthigaster genus are called Sharp-nosed Puffers or Tobies. It is a reddish brown with white spots. It lacks pelvic fins, but has learned to use the pectoral fins to move about the…
Indian Dwarf Puffer
(Tetraodon travancoricus)
Starting at $4.99
…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 covers…
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…
Reticulated Puffer
(Arothron reticularis)
Starting at $59.99
…both spots and stripes, the Reticulated Puffer may be easily mistaken for the Stars & Stripes Puffer (Arothron hispidus). However, unlike the Stars & Stripes Puffer where the pattern of stripes and spots are delineated between the dorsal and ventral half, the pattern of stripes and spots on the…
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
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…
Topaz Puffer
(Dichotomyctere fluviatilis)
Starting at $23.99
The Topaz Puffer is tan to green, with many large black spots covering the back and sides. The belly area is off-white and lacks any markings.The ideal aquarium will have brackish water with many plants (either real or plastic), rocks with plenty of hiding places, and a sandy bottom composed of an…
Freshwater Clam
(Corbicual sp.)
Starting at $3.99
…maintain water quality and lower nitrate levels. Like many freshwater bivalves, Corbicual sp. typically buries itself in the substrate. However, spotting its siphon protrude from the substrate is truly captivating to observe. This variety of the Corbiculidae family only reaches a length of about 2",…
Starry Puffer
(Arothron stellatus)
Starting at $79.99
The Starry Puffer, also known as the Stellate Puffer, has an orange body with dark spots. It grows to be one of the largest puffers in the world. In the home aquarium, it rarely grows over 2 feet in length, but in the wild, it can reach 4 feet. It lacks pelvic fins, but has learned to use the…
Saddle Valentini Puffer
(Canthigaster valentini)
Starting at $19.99
…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 midsection, brownish-orange spotting on the lower half, yellow fins, and blue striping running along the back. It…
Bennett's Sharpnose Puffer
(Canthigaster bennetti)
Starting at $29.99
…Sharpnose Puffer. The cryptic markings (spots and bars) and countershading (dark dorsal region paired with a light ventral region) conceal the Bennett's Sharpnose Puffer from potential predators (and prey) by disrupting its body shape. The ideal setup for the Bennett's Sharpnose Puffer is a 50…
Central American Sharpnose Puffer
(Canthigaster punctatissima)
Starting at $29.99
The Central American Sharpnose Puffer is also called the Spotted Sharpnose Puffer. Members of the Canthigaster genus are called Sharp-nosed Puffers or Tobies. It is a yellowish brown with white spots. It lacks pelvic fins, but has learned to use the pectoral fins to move about the aquarium.A 50…
Archer Fish
(Toxotes jaculatrix)
Starting at $39.99
…Archer Fish and comes from small rivers and streams across Asia. It has a triangular shaped body that is primarily silver in color. Many elongated spots adorn the side of these fish, as well as black and yellow markings on the dorsal and anal fins. These fish have the remarkable ability to spit…
Spiny Box Puffer
(Chilomycterus schoepfi)
Starting at $24.99
The Spiny Box Puffer is also known as the Web Burrfish. It has a tan to yellow body with dark spots, and short, fixed spines which help protect it from larger, more aggressive fish. Its teeth are actually a fused beak-like structure.A 180 gallon or larger aquarium is suitable, provided it is a…
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