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L095 Orange Cheek Pinecone Pleco (Pseudorinelepis cf. genibarbis)


A large and distinctive pleco found in tributaries of the middle Amazon in Brazil, the L095 or Orange Cheek Pinecone Pleco is a rare and sought after species in the hobby. In the wild, it is usually found in sediment rich white water rivers close to large piles of driftwood or submerged logs. In the aquarium, they are hardy and adaptable, and unlike other large plecos they tend to get along well with others of the same species.

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L137 Blue Eyed Red Fin Pleco (Hypostomus soniae)


A colorful, medium growing Hypostomus species found in the clear waters of Brazil’s Rio Tapajos, the L137 or Blue Eyed Red Fin Pleco makes an excellent aquarium fish for a large community or predator aquarium. Like most of their close relatives, they will graze on nuisance algae and should be given a varied diet including fresh vegetables and prepared foods.

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L354 Big Spot Polka Dot Pleco (Spectracanthicus sp. ‘L354’)


A rare and distinctively marked pleco from Brazil’s fast-flowing Rio Xingu, the L354 or Big Spot Polka Dot Pleco inhabits rocky shallows in the wild. Like most plecos from this river, they prefer warm, soft, well-oxygenated water. In the aquarium, they should be given plenty of shelter in the form of rocks, caves, or driftwood. A peaceful species, they will typically get along well in groups.

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One Spotted Eartheater (Satanoperca lilith)


A large, peaceful cichlid found throughout middle Amazon tributaries including the Rio Negro and lower Tapajos, the One Spotted or Lilith Eartheater is among the more rarely seen members of its genus. In the wild, they inhabit, warm, shallow, acidic waters over areas of sandy substrate. Like all eartheaters, they are adapted to ingest mouthfuls of fine sand substrate and sift out small food items like insect larvae and crustaceans. In the aquarium, they tend to do best in groups and will coexist with a variety of similarly peaceful cichlids or other fish species, and they are generally safe even with much smaller fish.

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Snakehead Gudgeon (Giuris margaritacea)


A large, spectacularly colored goby found throughout much of the tropical Indo-Pacific, the Snakehead Gudgeon or Ornate Sleeper Goby is an adaptable species found in brackish to pure freshwater habitats. In the aquarium, they are hardy and undemanding, and will live in groups as long as ample space and cover is provided for each fish to stake out a territory. Generally peaceful towards fish too small to be eaten, but robust enough to hold their own against semiaggressive tankmates, this species makes an impressive addition to a medium to large community aquarium.

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Zebra Silver Dollar (Myleus sp. “Zebra”)


A rarely seen species of Myleus (commonly referred to as Silver Dollars in the trade), the Sailfin Red Hook or Myleus setiger originates in the rivers and streams of Guyana and Suriname. It has only rarely been seen in the aquarium hobby, but adults develop extremely elongated, deep red dorsal and anal fins as well as a reticulated or blotchy pattern on the body. These tank-bred specimens from Asia are a new and rare offering.

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L025 7 Pointer Scarlet Cactus Pleco (Pseudacanthicus pirarara)


Nicknamed “7 Pointer” for the 7 super red fins, the 7 Pointer Scarlet Cactus or L025 is one of the most sought after species in its genus. This heavily armored pleco, is found in the fast-flowing rocky waters of Brazil’s Rio Xingu, they are almost prehistoric in appearance, with prominent spines along the pectoral, dorsal, and caudal fins. Growing to almost 18″ as adults, they require a large aquarium with excellent water quality and are recommended for experienced hobbyists.

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Borneo Red Fin Silver Shark (Cyclocheilichthys janthochir)


An uncommon, medium-growing “shark” (actually a member of the barb family), the Borneo Redfin Shark is typically found in acidic, black water streams, rivers, and pools throughout Borneo. A hardy and peaceful species, they will do well in a wide range of water conditions but will show their best coloration in warm, soft water. In the aquarium, they are best kept in groups of 3 or more and will generally do well with other similar schooling fish.