• 2″ Apistogramma baenschi

      Apistogramma baenschi inca pair Radek Bednarczuk explains how to keep and breed a lovely dwarf cichlid called Apistogramma baenschi. A Japanese aquarist called Karatsu introduced a special little addition to the hobby in 2002. He had found Apistogramma baenschi and given it the common name of the Inca cichlid. The discovery was made after Karatsu and some other Japanese fishkeepers…

    • Vampire Shrimp (Atya Gabonesis)

      Quick Care: Scientific name: Atya gabonensis Difficulty: Intermediate Maximum Size: 6″ Water Temperature: 75 – 85 F Water pH: 6.5 – 7.8 Diet: Herbivore

    • Redtail Tin Foil Barb

      The Red-followed Tinfoil Barb Barbonymus altus (beforehand Barbus altus) is a decent measured Cyprinid fish that spans up to around 8 inches long. It has a shimmering or brilliant yellow body with intelligent scales that give it a tinfoil impact. The dorsal balance has a dark stamping or smudge along the tip. The pelvic, butt-centric, and caudal balances are red,…

    • Black Diamond Stingray 5 – 6″ (Copy)

      Rays are predators, but prefer a quiet and peaceful life, they will thrive when aggressive and territorial companions do not surround them. Stingrays are quiet fish and prefer to avoid conflict. Many medium sized to larger non- aggressive fish are compatible. Arawana┬┤s , Gongo Tetras, Silver dollars, Peacock bass and Oscars are among many good companions for stingrays.

    • Zebra Danio Extra Large


      Zebra danios were initially thought to have begun from a more extensive territory that extended from Myanmar in the east and Pakistan in the west; in any case, the present accord is that this species starts from a smaller range that is contained to parts of India and Bangladesh. Among the hardiest aquarium fish, the zebra danio is effectively perceived…

    • Green Neon Tetra


      The Green Neon Tetra is little local fish to South American streams. It is for the most part found in forested zones in languid blackwaters off fundamental stream channels. The water there is regularly recolored dim darker with humic corrosive and different synthetic compounds discharged by rotting natural issue like leaves, and so forth. You will need to utilize Peat…

    • Gold Zebra Danio


      The mainstream Gold Zebra Danio has a brilliant metallic body featured with yellow stripes that run on a level plane over its body. In your home aquarium, this individual from the Cyprinidae family lean towards a well-planted aquarium with huge, open swimming territories. For the best outcomes, keep this serene fish in schools. The Gold Zebra Danio coexists with other…

    • Black Neon Tetra


      The black neon tetra is an enthusiastic fish with a wonderful character that is similarly lovely to take a gander at. Put this fish among differentiating plants and a dim foundation and you will have a dynamic and delightful aquarium. The black neon tetra is local to the Paraguay bowl of southern Brazil. In the wild, these fish lean toward…

    • Columbian Red Fin Tetra


      The Columbian Red Fin tetra, or congo tetra, is a marvelous tetra with beautiful shine and a hefty size. The Red Colombian Tetra “Hyphessobrycon colombianus” is a relatively recent addition to the list of aquarium specimens available for sale. This Colombian Tetra is a somewhat larger tetra than can be semi-aggressive with smaller tank mates and may fin nip fish…

    • Neon Tetras lrg to xl


      The Neon Tetra is an active schooling fish. They are most comfortable and show their best colors when kept in a school of 6 or more fish. They are one of the most peaceful tetras and a very desirable community fish. Keep them only with other small fish or in their own tank.  

    • Mickey Mouse Platty


      Care level : Easy Diet: Omnivore Temperament : Peaceful Max Size: 3? Scientific Name: Xiphophorus maculatus Family : Poeciliidae

    • Silver Tipped Tetra


      This little fish reaches up to 1.2 in standard length.The guys have a copper shading, the females are progressively pale and gleaming. Both have white tips on the blades, thus the name. They vary from most different tetras by coming up short on a little second dorsal (fat) balance. Silvertip tetras have a dark region at the base of their…

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