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Fu Manchu Lionfish
(Dendrochirus biocellatus)
Starting at $54.99
…30 gallon or larger aquarium with numerous hiding places is suitable. It will hide while acclimating to its new environment. The top spines are venomous, causing reactions similar to a bee sting, only stronger.When first introduced into the aquarium, live saltwater feeder shrimp should be used to…
Spotted Coral Croucher
(Caracanthus maculatus)
Starting at $39.99
…entire body is covered with small hair-like appendages which gives this fish a fuzzy appearance.The spines on the dorsal fins of this fish are venomous. If you are stung, the reaction may be similar to a bee sting only a little stronger.It requires a 10 gallon or larger aquarium preferably with…
Sea Goblin
(Inimicus didactylus)
Starting at $49.99
…that may pass by. Sea Goblins are peaceful but will eat anything motile that it can fit in its mouth such as small fishes or crustaceans. Their venomous spines are used solely for defensive purposes, and caution should be used when cleaning the aquarium, to avoid an accidental sting. When first…
Round Stingray
(Urolophus sp.)
Starting at $69.99
The Round Stingray is a bottom dwelling fish, with a tan body with dark brown spots. The tail spine is venomous, but is only used for protection. Caution should be taken when netting it, or when it is not visible and maintenance is performed in the aquarium.The Round Stingray prefers cooler water…
Old Wife Fish
(Enoplosus armatus)
Starting at $379.99
…Wife to the aquarium, be sure to acclimate them to the system at the same time to reduce the possibility of aggression. The first dorsal spine is venomous, causing reactions similar to a bee sting. To treat the sting, soak the affected area in hot water (100-110º F). The diet of the Old Wife Fish…
Canary Blenny
(Meiacanthus oualanensis)
Starting at $13.99
…If attacked by other fish, the Canary Blenny will retaliate by biting the inside of the mouth of the attacker. The Canary Blenny is considered venomous and should be kept only with caution around children having tank access since it may perceive fingers as an attacker and deliver a similarly painful…
Cubicus Boxfish
(Ostracion cubicus)
Starting at $27.99
The Cubicus Boxfish is also referred to as the Yellow Boxfish, Polka Dot Boxfish, or Cube Boxfish. The juvenile form is easily identifiable as having a yellow box-shaped body with brown spots. As an adult, the yellow will fade and become brown. The Cubicus Boxfish is sometimes confused with the…
Longspine Urchin, Blue Spot
(Astropyga radiata)
Starting at $34.99
…medications and will not tolerate high nitrate levels. If it begins to shed its spines, it is a sign of very poor water quality. Be aware, it is venomous, with its sting being roughly equivalent to that of a bee sting. The diet of the Lonspine Urchin, Blue Spot should consist of dried seaweed and…
Mombasa Lionfish
(Pterois mombasae)
Starting at $54.99
…be found on offshore reefs and reef slopes varying in depth from 50-130 feet. The spines on the dorsal, anal fins of the Mombasa Lionfish are venomous, so use extreme caution when cleaning the aquarium or handling this species. If you are stung, the reaction will be similar to a bee sting only a…
Bundoon Blenny
(Meiacanthus bundoon)
Starting at $59.99
…nor corals. If attacked by other fish, the Bundoon Blenny will retaliate by biting the inside of the mouth of the attacker. It is considered venomous and should be kept only with caution around children having access to the aquarium since it may perceive fingers as an attacker and deliver a…
Fuzzy Dwarf Lionfish
(Dendrochirus brachypterus)
Starting at $29.99
…gallon or larger aquarium with numerous hiding places is suitable. It will hide while acclimating to its new environment. The top spines are venomous, causing reactions similar to a bee sting. The Fuzzy Dwarf Lionfish is a personable fish that quickly recognizes and responds to its owners…
Green Canary Blenny
(Meiacanthus tongaensis)
Starting at $19.99
…by other fish, the Green Canary Blenny will retaliate by biting the inside of the mouth of the attacker. The Green Canary Blenny is considered venomous and should be kept only with caution around children having tank access since it may perceive fingers as an attacker and deliver a similarly painful…
Red Sea Mimic Blenny
(Ecsenius gravieri)
Starting at $129.99
…nigrolineatus. All Meicanthus blennies have a venomous bite that they use as defense in case they are swallowed by a larger fish. By biting the inside of the mouth of the larger fish, they are then spit back out and spared their life. By mimicking these venomous fish, the Red Sea Mimic Blenny is…
Blue Dot Stingray
(Taeniura lymma)
Starting at $179.99
…It likes to cover itself with the soft substrate as camouflage. Once acclimated, it will eat any invertebrates in the tank. The tail spine is venomous and only used for protection. Caution should be taken when netting it, or when it is not visible and maintenance is performed in the aquarium.…
Miles Lionfish
(Pterois miles)
Starting at $69.99
…spines on its dorsal and anal fins. The spines on the dorsal, pelvic, and anal fins are venomous, and used solely for defense. If stung, the affect is similar to a bee sting, only stronger. Lionfish venom contains proteins that are broken up by heat, which prevent them from entering the…
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