Ornamental Catfish

Ornamental Catfish
    • Auchenoglanis Occidentalis ( Giraffe Catfish) 3 in to 3.5 in


      Delicate monster found all through a lot of West and Central Africa, the Giraffe Catfish is a tough and versatile animal varieties with an unmistakable spotted example. In the wild, it occupies shallow, moderate moving regions of streams and lakes where they utilize their vast barbels to filter for sustenance in the sand and mud. In the aquarium, they are…

    • Blue Eyed Redfin Pleco L137 5 inch


      This Plecostomus species was trapped in Para in Southeast Brazil. Presently they live in aquariums everywhere throughout the world.They will generally move around pretty effectively during the day, yet some of them appear to stow away during the day and become progressively dynamic around evening time. Be that as it may, if there is nourishment to be eaten, they become…

    • Coryadoras Adolfoi


      An uncommon cory cat that has always commanded a premium, as they grow the orange/yellow coloration on their heads get brighter and brighter. they grow to about 2.2 to 2.5 ince max size.A great scavanenger and a peaceful fish that is a welcome addition to any peaceful community tank.All cories should really be kept in at least 4 fish with…

    • Harlequin Lancer 5 inch


      A particularly designed catfish animal categories starting in freshwater streams and waterways of Indonesia, the Harlequin Lancer is a functioning, forceful fish which will do best in a huge tank with abundant concealing spots. Tankmates ought to be picked cautiously as theymayl assaultĀ  slow or progressively meek fish, particularly around evening time.they seem to do well with most fish as…

    • Synodontis Decorus / Clown Squeaker


      The Synodontis Decorus Catfish is a very peaceful tank member and appreciates having several hiding places. It co-exists well with larger Tetras and most African Cichlids similar in size. When netting, one must be very careful of the spines on the pectoral fins which have serrated edges. These can become easily entangled in netting and may cause injury to the…

    • 1.5″-3″ Synodontis Nigrita


      Feeding: Omnivore. Feed flakes and tablet food, supplemented by frozen and live food. In nature, eats plant detritus and small crustaceans and insects. Be careful not to overfeed. Has gluttonous appetite. Juveniles grow quickly. Furniture: Plants, driftwood, rocks. Compatibility: Relatively peaceful, though older specimens can become territorial. Breeding: In nature, breeding occurs during flood season. It is uncertain if bred…

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