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Endler’s Livebearer (Poecilia wingei) – Group of 5 Assorted Males

$19.99

An aquarium hobby classic, the Endler’s Livebearer or Endler’s Guppy originated with strains of wild livebearers in Venezuela but over decades in the trade has been hybridized with similar species to create a wide array of color patterns, fins, and body shapes. Colorful, hardy, and with a smaller adult size than the more well-known fancy guppy, these tiny livebearers make excellent subjects for nano aquariums or planted tanks. They will do well in a wide variety of water conditions but prefer well-oxygenated, slightly alkaline water. Assortment may include a variety of different strains.

Orange Koi Medaka (Oryzias latipes “koi”)

$14.99

A recently developed and vibrantly colored form of the common ricefish or medaka, the Orange Koi Medaka displays a base white coloration with orange around the head and dorsal surface. Like most ricefish, they are a very hardy fish and will do well in most aquariums. The species is an egg layer but will readily breed in the aquarium under good conditions.

Assorted Sailfin Molly (Poecilia velifera)

$3.99$4.99

An aquarium hobby classic, the Molly is a livebearing species found through parts of Central America but it has been bred worldwide for the aquarium hobby for decades. In that time, the wild form has been developed in to dozens of varieties and color forms, including ‘Dalmatian’, Black, Gold, and others. The Sailfin Molly is closest to the wild form and the largest growing of all Molly strains, with adult males displaying an enormous, sail-like dorsal fin. Relatively peaceful, Mollies are hardy, and active fish but may bully smaller or more slow moving tankmates. They are often recommended for beginners due to their ease of care. A livebearing species, they will readily breed in the aquarium. Sailfin Mollies are found in pure fresh to nearly full marine environments in the wild and will adapt to a wide range of conditions but prefer slightly alkaline water with some salt or mineral content.

Assorted Male Fancy Guppy (Poecilia reticulata)

$3.49

An aquarium hobby classic, the guppy is a livebearing species found through parts of Central and Northern South America but it has been bred worldwide for the aquarium hobby for over a century. In that time, the wild form has been developed in to dozens of varieties and color forms, including cobra patterns, delta tails, tuxedo, and many more. A peaceful, hardy, and active fish, they are often recommended for beginners due to their ease of care. Male guppies tend to be more colorful and have much larger, vividly colored tails whle females tend to be larger and more heavy bodied.

Assorted Female Fancy Guppy (Poecilia reticulata)

$3.49

An aquarium hobby classic, the guppy is a livebearing species found through parts of Central and Northern South America but it has been bred worldwide for the aquarium hobby for over a century. In that time, the wild form has been developed in to dozens of varieties and color forms, including cobra patterns, delta tails, tuxedo, and many more. A peaceful, hardy, and active fish, they are often recommended for beginners due to their ease of care. Male guppies tend to be more colorful and have much larger, vividly colored tails whle females tend to be larger and more heavy bodied.

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Assorted Fancy Guppy Pair (Poecilia reticulata)

$5.99 $4.99

An aquarium hobby classic, the guppy is a livebearing species found through parts of Central and Northern South America but it has been bred worldwide for the aquarium hobby for over a century. In that time, the wild form has been developed in to dozens of varieties and color forms, including cobra patterns, delta tails, tuxedo, and many more. A peaceful, hardy, and active fish, they are often recommended for beginners due to their ease of care. Male guppies tend to be more colorful and have much larger, vividly colored tails whle females tend to be larger and more heavy bodied.

Clown Killifish (Epiplatys annulatus)Out Of Stock

Clown Killifish (Epiplatys annulatus)

$7.99

A tiny and beautifully patterned Killifish found throughout much of West Africa, the Clown Killi has been popular in the aquarium hobby for years despite being somewhat difficult to find. In the wild, these fish are found in aggregations in lowland tropical swamps and tiny streams, usually in acidic, tannin-stained waters. In the aquarium, they are relatively hardy but do best in warm, slightly soft water with ample cover in the form of plants or branching driftwood. Like most Killifish, they tend to swim close to the water’s surface and will jump if given the opportunity so a tight fitting cover is essential. A social fish, they will do best in groups of 8-10 or more, and if given ample space will form pairs and sometimes spawn.

Needle Nose Gar (Xenentodon cancila)Out Of Stock

Needle Nose Gar (Xenentodon cancila)

$24.99

A unique predatory needlefish found throughout fresh and brackish waters across Southeast Asia, The Needle Nose Gar inhabits shallow, quiet streams and smaller rivers, usually in areas with overhanging vegetation. As a highly adapted surface-dwelling predator, they use their long jaws and lightning fast reflexes to capture small fish and insects at the water’s surface. In the aquarium, they require plenty of open space for swimming, floating plants or similar surface cover, and are best kept in groups. Although they can easily adapt to brackish and almost full strength marine conditions, most collected for the trade originate in areas of pure freshwater.

Assorted Swordtail (Xiphophorus helleri)Out Of Stock

Assorted Swordtail (Xiphophorus helleri)

$4.99

An aquarium hobby classic, the swordtail is a livebearing species found through parts of Central America but it has been bred worldwide for the aquarium hobby for decades. In that time, the wild form has been developed in to dozens of varieties and color forms, including the popular red brick, tuxedo, pineapple, and many more. A peaceful, hardy, and active fish, they are often recommended for beginners due to their ease of care. Male swordtails display the prominent lower tail fin extension that the species is named for, and females tend to be larger and more heavy bodied.

Assortment note: Our assortment includes a variety of strains including red, green neon, red tuxedo, black, and others. If you have a specific color you’d like you can request it in the order notes and we will make our best effort to select that color if possible. Assorted swordtails are sold at a sex ratio of approximately 2 females to 1 male.

Kohaku Koi Swordtail (Xiphophorus helleri)Out Of Stock

Kohaku Koi Swordtail (Xiphophorus helleri)

$5.99

An aquarium hobby classic, the swordtail is a livebearing species found through parts of Central America but it has been bred worldwide for the aquarium hobby for decades. In that time, the wild form has been developed in to dozens of varieties and color forms, including the popular red brick, tuxedo, pineapple, and many more. The Kohaku Koi Swordtail is distinguished by its vivid red and white coloration and deep red eyes. A peaceful, hardy, and active fish, they are often recommended for beginners due to their ease of care. Male swordtails display the prominent lower tail fin extension that the species is named for, and females tend to be larger and more heavy bodied.

Assorted Molly (Poecilia sphenops)Out Of Stock

Assorted Molly (Poecilia sphenops)

$4.49

An aquarium hobby classic, the Molly is a livebearing species found through parts of Central America but it has been bred worldwide for the aquarium hobby for decades. In that time, the wild form has been developed in to dozens of varieties and color forms, including ‘Dalmatian’, Black, Gold, and others. Relatively peaceful, Mollies are hardy, and active fish but may bully smaller or more slow moving tankmates. They are often recommended for beginners due to their ease of care. A livebearing species, they will readily breed in the aquarium.

Assorted Platy (Xiphophorus maculatus)Out Of Stock

Assorted Platy (Xiphophorus maculatus)

$2.99

An aquarium hobby classic, the swordtail is a livebearing species found through parts of Central America but it has been bred worldwide for the aquarium hobby for decades. In that time, the wild form has been developed in to dozens of varieties and color forms, including the popular red brick, tuxedo, pineapple, and many more. The Kohaku Koi Swordtail is distinguished by its vivid red and white coloration and deep red eyes. A peaceful, hardy, and active fish, they are often recommended for beginners due to their ease of care. Male swordtails display the prominent lower tail fin extension that the species is named for, and females tend to be larger and more heavy bodied.

Premium Assorted Ribbonfin Guppy (Poecilia reticulata)Out Of Stock

Premium Assorted Ribbonfin Guppy (Poecilia reticulata)

$3.99

An aquarium hobby classic, the swordtail is a livebearing species found through parts of Central America but it has been bred worldwide for the aquarium hobby for decades. In that time, the wild form has been developed in to dozens of varieties and color forms, including the popular red brick, tuxedo, pineapple, and many more. The Kohaku Koi Swordtail is distinguished by its vivid red and white coloration and deep red eyes. A peaceful, hardy, and active fish, they are often recommended for beginners due to their ease of care. Male swordtails display the prominent lower tail fin extension that the species is named for, and females tend to be larger and more heavy bodied.

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Borneo Redline Halfbeak (Hemirhamphodon tengah)

$11.99

A rarely seen and beautifully marked species of halfbeak originating in Borneo, the Redline or Tengah Halfbeak is unlike most of its relatives as it is found not in brackish water or estuarine areas but in soft, acidic peat swamps far inland. In the aquarium, this unique surface dwelling species makes an excellent tankmate for similar Southeast Asian blackwater fish like microrasboras, dwarf or chocolate gourami, and other species found in similar warm, acidic, shallow water habitat. This species does best in small groups and in an aquarium approximating their wild habitat with tannin-rich water, minimal current, and plenty of surface cover in the form of floating vegetation or branching driftwood close to the water’s surface.