• 3 Bar Siamese Tiger Fish – Datnioides campbellio 2.5 to 3 in


      These are the true rare datnoide wild-caught, not the common Silver Datnoide.

    • albino Bristlenose Pleco


      The Blue Eye Lemon Bristlenose Pleco (Ancistrus sp.), otherwise called the Blue Eye Lemon Bushy Nose Pleco, is an individual from the Loricariidae group of South American suckermouth catfishes. While numerous suckermouth catfish species presently can’t seem to be reared on any significant scale in aquariums, the Bristlenose pleco is one of the most effectively and regularly reproduced “pleco” species…

    • Altum Angel peruvian spotted


      Give a thickly planted, all-around covered aquarium with drifting plants and expansive leafed plants to assist with diminishing the lighting in the Altum’s aquarium. Reproduce the Profound Heavenly messenger’s natural surroundings as well, with pieces of wood (Mopani, driftwood, bogwood – explicitly roots) as overhanging branches. Give a delicate substrate (either sand or fine rock) as Altums might burrow. Ensure…

    • Arapaima Gigas 12 to 14 inch


      Limited quantities are available. 12 to 14 inch beauties

    • Black Line Goby (Stiphodon )


      Known distinctly from the territories of Aceh and West Sumatra, Sumatra, Indonesia. Type area is ‘Barung Belantai River, Sumatra, Indonesia’, which seems to relate to a little waterway running near a town named Barung Belantai in West Sumatra region. Western Sumatra seems, by all accounts, to be the principle wellspring of Stiphodon species for the aquarium exchange (Maeda and Tan,…

    • Green Jade Shrimp


      Green Jade Shrimp make a striking and dynamic expansion to a freshwater aquarium. These shrimp are exceptionally dynamic as they search the tank, tidying up squander. … They’re a result of the specific reproducing of the Red Cherry Shrimp for a scope of tones from red, to brown, to blue, to yellow and green.

    • Japanese Blue Star Endlers


      Japanese Blue Star Endlers is an incredibly brilliant, tranquil fish whose little size makes it totally ideal for the nano or established aquarium. This fish is basically the same as the bigger normal guppy (Poecilia reticulata). It is exceptionally tough, particularly for such a little fish.

    • Noble Gourami


      To some degree forceful and regional for gourami, they will generally be found in extremely free gatherings in the wild, ordinarily in shallow water near overhanging vegetation or huge driftwood heaps. In the aquarium, they are somewhat strong fish however effectively keeping a gathering requires a bigger aquarium with a lot of covers (particularly drifting plants) to diffuse any territoriality…

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