• 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,…

    • 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…

    • Black Phantom Tetra Large-


      The Black Phantom Tetra makes its home in South America in upper Paraguay and in regions of Brazil including the Guaporé River bowl and Rio San Francisco. In certain territories, for example, Guapore (Brazil) and Paraguay, they can be found in clear waters that stream into the wetlands of Pantanal. In different zones, nonetheless, they lean toward moderate moving, dinky…

    • Black Rams


      An as of late evolved, lovely line reproduced variation of the famous bantam cichlid, the Black Ram is a little, tranquil cichlid ideal for most local area aquariums

    • Black Shrimp


      The black shrimp is a Neocaridina shrimp and is exceptionally tough we would say. … They are reproduced from bantam chocolate shrimp to have a profound dim dark tone all through. An outright lovely aquarium shrimp. Our imported shrimp are typically bigger in size than what we normally send.

    • Black Widow Frontosa


      The Black Widow Frontosa Cichlid (Cyphotilapia frontosa) is a profound water Tanganyikan animal groups that develops to a bigger size than most different cichlids that occupy the huge crack lake. It possesses faint, profound, still waters in the lake and lean towards these equivalent circumstances in the aquarium. They are 1 1/4 to 1 3/4 inch sizes.



      They are fish eaters. Aggressive, fast moving and tend to attack other tank mates. The water pH level should be around 7.0 and the temperature around 78 F. They are originated from Wild Colombia. In contrast with most Hoplias, Hoplias curupira are very cumbersome in work with a dull head and expansive body. The hues fluctuate incredibly relying upon state…

    • Blackbelt Cichlid 4″


      Blackbelt cichlids are aggressive species. They can reach to 12″ size, you need to provide a big tank for them. When you order from us, you will get 4″ size, beautiful blackbelt cichlids. We recommend not to add newcomers of the same species. They might not tolerate it. You should provide a tank with stable rocks and bogwoods. They are…

    • Bleeding Heart Tetra


      These tetras are wild-caught. Bleeding Heart tetras are peaceful and can grow over 3 inches, a magnificent school of fish in an aquarium.

    • Blue avatar Angelfish


      Their progenitors initially lived in the core of the Amazon Rainforest in South America. Be that as it may, Angels are currently discovered living in aquariums all through the majority of the world. There are a wide range of shading assortments available to be purchased in this store.

    • Blue Eyed Redfin Pleco L137 3.5 to 4 in


      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…

    • Blue Peacock


      The Blue Peacock Cichlid, Aulonocara nyassae, originates from the rough, sandy shores of Lake Malawi, Africa. The guys are a splendid yellow to metallic blue, though, the females take on a dreary darker to dim shading. The Blue Peacock Cichlid does well in an aquarium that is at any rate 55 gallons with a lot of rocks for domains and…

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