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Peru Orange Spot Motoro Stingray (Potamotrygon motoro)

$199.99

One of the most widespread species of freshwater ray in the world, the Motoro or Ocellated River Ray can be found in almost every major river basin in South America, and rays from different geographical regions often show variations in color and pattern. The Peru “Orange Spot” Motoro is found in the Rio Ucayali in Peru and display a distinctly colorful and high-contrast pattern of bright orange spots surrounded by deep black rings. Although they grow to a fairly large size, Motoro Stingrays are generally considered to be the best “starter ray” for hobbyists looking to keep freshwater stingrays (although they are by no means a fish for beginners). Like all freshwater rays, they require perfect water quality, large, frequent water changes, and a very large aquarium. Recently imported rays may take some time to wean off live foods but will readily accept chopped earthworms or nightcrawlers right away.

Due to their sensitive nature and specialized care requirements Freshwater Rays are not eligible for our normal guarantee. We guarantee live arrival only.

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Ceja Ray (Paratrygon aiereba)

$329.99 $199.99

One of the more unusual looking freshwater rays, the Ceja or Manzana Ray is widespread throughout the Amazon and its tributaries, where it is usually found in sandy, moderately shallow waters with some current. They are specialized live fish eaters, using their oddly shaped disc to trap and eat entire schools of smaller fish. In the aquarium, they will almost always require live feeders as a diet but it is possible to wean them onto frozen feeds with time and patience. Due to their enormous adult size and challenging food requirements, this species is realistically only suitable for very large indoor ponds and should be kept only by highly experienced hobbyists or professional aquarists.

This species is not eligible for our 24 hour guarantee. We guarantee live arrival only.

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Gold Dust Stingray (Potamotrygon marinae) Pair

$899.99

A rare, recently described species of freshwater ray from the Marowijne (Maroni) River basin on the Suriname/French Guiana border, P. marinae is also known as the Gold Dust Stingray. With a beautiful, high contrast pattern, this species is rare in the hobby and very sought after. Photos show actual rays available for sale. PRICE IS FOR MALE/FEMALE PAIR

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Motoro Stingray (Potamotrygon motoro)

$174.99

One of the most widespread species of freshwater ray in the world, the Motoro or Ocellated River Ray can be found in almost every major river basin in South America. With their distinctive yellow or orange spots, it would be hard to confuse this species for any other. Although they grow to a fairly large size, Motoro Stingrays are generally considered to be the best “starter ray” for hobbyists looking to keep freshwater stingrays (although they are by no means a fish for beginners). Like all freshwater rays, they require perfect water quality, large, frequent water changes, and a very large aquarium. Recently imported rays may take some time to wean off live foods but will readily accept chopped earthworms or nightcrawlers right away.

Due to their sensitive nature and specialized care requirements Freshwater Rays are not eligible for our normal guarantee. We guarantee live arrival only.

Atabapo Fire Pike (Crenicichla sp. ‘Atabapo I’)

$69.99$129.99

The Atabapo I or Red Fire Pike is one of the most vibrantly colored of all Pike Cichlids, with distinctive blood red blotches on the gill covers and a solid red body coloration that can vary with temperatures, water conditions, or breeding condition. These fish are among the larger and more aggressive species of Crenicichla to tankmates should be chosen carefully even in huge aquariums.