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Siamese Algae Eater (Crossocheilus oblongus)


One of the most sought after and effective of all of the so-called “algae eaters” in the aquarium hobby, the Siamese Algae Eater (commonly abbreviated SAE) or Flying Fox is an active, medium-sized social fish that feeds on a variety of common nuisance algae species in the aquarium. They will graze on diatom algae films on glass and decor as well as the difficult to eradicate black hair or black beard algae. Best kept in groups of 6 or more, they are live plant safe and hardy additions to most medium to large community aquariums.

Green Gold Cory (Corydoras melanotaenia)


A popular and attractively marked species of Corydoras found throughout much the Meta and Orinoco basins in Colombia and Venezuela, the Green Gold Cory has been popular in the aquarium hobby for many years . Like most Corys, they are peaceful, hardy, and best kept in groups of at least 5 due to their schooling nature. This species is a medium-growing Corydoras and will do well with nearly any non-aggressive tankmates.

Blue Axelrodi Rasbora (Sundadanio axelrodi ‘blue’) – Group of 5 Fish


An ideal fish for nano aquariums, the Blue Axelrodi Rasbora or Blue Neon Rasbora is found in warm, acidic, shallow waters throughout the island of Borneo. With their iridescent blue color and peaceful, active nature, they are extremely popular in the hobby and a favorite with planted tank hobbyists. In the aquarium, they will do best when kept in warm, slightly soft water and require excellent water quality to thrive. Like most rasboras, they will do best in a group of 10 or more fish.

Red Cherry Shrimp (Neocaridina davidi)


The Red Cherry Shrimp is a selectively bred form of Neocaridina shrimp.  It is one of the most popular forms of shrimp in the hobby. They are remarkably hardy and adaptable, excellent shrimp for beginners. Red Cherry Shrimp have a mottled reddish body coloration.


Jaguar Cichlid (Parachromis managuensis)

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A large predatory cichlid found throughout much of Central America, the Jaguar or Aztec Cichlid has been popular in the aquarium hobby for decades due to its impressive size, elaborate pattern, and outgoing personality. Aggressive and territorial even from a small size, they should only be kept with similarly sized tankmates or large dither fish like silver dollar species, large characins, or larger barbs. In the aquarium, they are extremely hardy and will thrive in a wide variety of water conditions but due to their large size require a very large aquarium as adults.

Amazon Cichlid (Cichlasoma amazonarum)


A rarely seen member of the genus Cichlasoma, the Amazon Cichlid is widespread but uncommon throughout the Amazon basin in Brazil, Peru, and Colombia. With its relatively small adult size and attractive green markings, it is a great smaller cichlid for a community aquarium or species tank. Like most of their close relatives, they are hardy and undemanding fish and will readily form pairs and breed in the aquarium if conditions are right.

Koi Angelfish (Pterophyllum scalare)


A distinctive line bred form of the common Angel (Pterophyllum scalare), the Koi Angel is a popular variant due to their striking white, yellow, and black coloration. Like all angels, they do best in a large, tall, planted aquarium with plenty of cover. As a cichlid, they can be moderately aggressive towards one another (especially 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.