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Zebra Spiny Eel (Macrognathus zebrinus)

$11.99

A medium-growing and intricately patterned freshwater eel, the Zebra Spiny Eel is found in a variety of habitats throughout Myanmar, Thailand, and other parts of Southeast Asia. Hardy and more outgoing than many of their relatives, these fish make a unique addition to medium to large aquariums and will generally do well with any fish too large to become a meal. Like most spiny eels, they can be a bit slow to feed at first, so care should be taken to ensure they are getting enough food. Frozen bloodworms are usually accepted readily.

Big Mouth Wallago Catfish (Wallagonia attu)

$99.99

An enormous predatory catfish from the larger river systems of Thailand, Myanmar, and India,  the Big Mouth Wallago Cat is a true monster fish and an important food fish species throughout its native habitat. Relatively hardy and undemanding, their main requirement in the aquarium is ample space for a fish that can grow to over 6 feet in size. Realistically only a heated pond or enormous custom aquarium can house this species for life. Although generally not aggressive with comparably-sized tankmates, they will attempt to swallow fish nearly their own size.

Redtail X Tiger Shovelnose Hybrid Catfish (Phractocephalus hemioliopterus X Pseudoplatystoma fasciatum)

$34.99

A manmade hybrid of two of the largest growing catfish species of the Amazon Basin, the Redtail x Tiger Shovelnose is a somewhat recent addition to the aquarium hobby originally developed by breeders in Asia. Like both of their parent species, these fish will reach a truly massive size in a relatively short time. In the aquarium, they are fairly easy to care for but keep in mind they will attempt to eat anything they can fit in their surprisingly large mouths. Juvenile fish grow extremely quickly so to realistically keep these fish long term a massive aquarium or ideally an indoor pond is necessary.

Silver Datnoid (Datnioides polota)

$69.99

The most widespread species in the genus Datnioides, the Silver Datnoid is found along the coastline of much of Southeast Asia and extending to the Eastern coast of India. It inhabits a wide variety of habitat including slightly brackish waters in some parts of its range. Like its relatives, it is a powerful predator adapted to feed almost entirely on smaller fish and invertebrates. The Silver Datnoid is the hardiest of the Datnoids in the aquarium and will typically thrive under a wide range of conditions. It is also slightly more aggressive than its relatives so choose tankmates with care.

Assorted Fancy Angelfish (Pterophyllum scalare)

$9.99

An aquarium hobby classic, the common Angel (Pterophyllum scalare) has been selectively bred into many different color forms and variants over the years. As a vertically-oriented species, they do best in a large, tall, planted aquarium with plenty of cover. Although peaceful when young, they can be moderately aggressive towards one another as adults but generally do well in a large enough group, usually 5 or more. Most other non-cichlid tankmates will be left alone but they will hunt and eat very small fish or invertebrates. Angels are somewhat sensitive to water quality so care should be taken to avoid large fluctuations in water conditions and partial water changes should be performed regularly. Our assortment includes a variety of popular varieties, such as marble, silver, zebra, platinum, koi, blushing, and others.

 

Gold Ram (Mikrogeophagus ramirezi)

$9.99

A  line bred variant of the popular Ram or Butterfly Dwarf Cichlid, the Gold Ram is a small, peaceful cichlid ideal for most community aquariums. With their vibrant uniform gold coloration, they make an impressive display fish in a planted or aquascaped aquarium and will get along well with most tankmates. In the aquarium, they can be sensitive to fluctuating water quality and will do best in slightly soft water with frequent partial water changes. Like most cichlids they may fight among themselves for territory so a medium sized aquarium with plenty of cover and shelter is best to keep a group.

German Blue Ram (Mikrogeophagus ramirezi)

$9.99

A brightly colored line bred variant of the popular Ram or Butterfly Dwarf Cichlid, the German Blue Ram is a small, peaceful cichlid ideal for most community aquariums. With their vibrant combination of yellow, blue, and black coloration, they make an impressive display fish in a planted or aquascaped aquarium and will get along well with most tankmates. In the aquarium, they can be sensitive to fluctuating water quality and will do best in slightly soft water with frequent partial water changes. Like most cichlids they may fight among themselves for territory so a medium sized aquarium with plenty of cover and shelter is best to keep a group.

South American Needlefish (Potamorrhaphis guianensis)

$39.99

An unusual freshwater species of a primarily marine family of fish, the South American Needlefish is found throughout much of the Amazon basin, where it inhabits shallow stretches of slower-moving waters, usually in areas with lots of overhanging vegetation and cover. A surface dwelling predator, they are highly adapted to feeding on small fish and insects. In the aquarium, they should be given plenty of open swimming space but will do best with some areas of surface oriented drifwood/branches or floating aquarium plants as they are easily spooked if not provided with some cover. Although at first they can be difficult to wean off live foods, over time they can be trained to accept freeze dried foods like bloodworms or krill and even floating pellets.

Bumblebee Jelly Catfish (Batrochoglanis cf. raninus)

$39.99

One of many similar looking species of South American Bumblebee Catfish, the Bumblebee Jelly Cat is a medium growing species with a flattened body and very wide mouth. In the wild, they are a cryptic ambush predator, relying on their camouflage pattern to blend into areas of leaf litter or submerged driftwood. In the aquarium, they are a hardy species that will rarely bother tankmates as long as they are too big to fit into their large mouths.