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Borneo Dragon Catfish (Hemibagrus olyroides)


A rarely seen catfish found in parts of Borneo, Indonesia, very little is known about the Dragon or Rooster Catfish in the wild. In the aquarium, it appears to be hardy and undemanding, and with a maximum size of about 8″ it is very suitable for medium to large tanks. With their unmistakable long, flowing tail and active nature they make for a unique and showy addition to any medium/large fish community.

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Marble Sailfin Catfish (Leiarus marmoratus)


A large-growing, active, and beautifully marked catfish, The Marble Sailfin Cat originates in the Peruvian Amazon. With their distinctive spotted pattern, huge dorsal fin, and extremely long barbels, they are a beautiful and active fish in the aquarium. With an adult size of around 24-28″, however, they require an enormous aquarium or pond as an adult. Tankmates should be chosen with care as they will eat any fish small enough to fit in their huge mouths.

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Ornate Pimelodus Catfish (Pimelodus ornatus)


A larger-growing cousin of the popular, well-known Spotted Pictus, the Ornate Pim Catfish is found throughout much of the Amazon and its tributaries but is uncommon in the hobby. With its distinctive black and white banding, silver base, and striped pattern, they are a beautiful and extremely active fish in the aquarium. With a maximum size of around 12″, they are much more manageable as adult fish than many other large growing catfish seen in the trade. Although they are generally peaceful, tankmates should be chosen with care as they will eat any fish small enough to fit in their mouths.

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Orinoco Dwarf Eartheater (Biotodoma wavrini)


A peaceful smaller cichlid found throughout the Rio Orinoco and Rio Negro drainages , the Orinoco Dwarf Eartheater is both beautifully marked and rarely seen in the hobby. A social species, they tend to do best in groups and will coexist with a variety of similarly peaceful cichlids or other fish species. A close relative of the more well known species in the genus Geophagus, they will sift through sand looking for food particles and are generally planted tank safe.

Red Spot Gold Severum (Heros cf. efasciatus)


A selectively bred form of the popular Green or Turquoise Severum, the Red Spot Gold or Super Red Severum displays a base orange color with intense red spotting throughout the body and face. They are hardy, large growing and relatively peaceful cichlids but can be aggressive towards others of the same or similar species.

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Giraffe Catfish (Auchenoglanis occidentalis)


A gentle giant found throughout much of West and Central Africa, the Giraffe Catfish is a hardy and adaptable species with a distinctive spotted pattern. In the wild, it inhabits shallow, slow-moving areas of rivers and lakes where they use their large barbels to sift for food in the sand and mud. In the aquarium, they are undemanding and make excellent tankmates for similarly peaceful large fish.

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Chocolate Cichlid (Hypselecara temporalis)


An interestingly marked Cichlid found throughout much of the Amazon Basin, the Chocolate Cichlid (also sometimes known as Chameleon Cichlid) has been popular in the aquarium hobby for decades. As the name implies, they are largely a chocolate brown color but able to quickly change their colors and patterns into shades of green, tan, black, and red. Adult fish have vivid red colors around the face and gill plates. A fairly peaceful cichlid, they make an excellent addition to most large Central/South American Cichlid communities and will typically not bother any non-cichlid tankmate large enough not to be eaten.

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Chinese Phoenix Barb (Spinibarbus denticulatus)


The Chinese Phoenix Barb is a commonly farmed fish in Southern China and Northern Vietnam, where they are considered an important food fish. Although dull as juveniles, they develop into very impressive adults, displaying deep reds in the fins and a high contrast black-and-silver pattern on the body. They are found in a wide range of temperatures, and will tolerate both tropical and subtropical temperatures. Although hardy and adaptable, they will do best in clean, well-oxygenated water with moderate current. A peaceful species which will do well with most similarly sized fish.

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Ceja Ray (Paratrygon aiereba)

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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.

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