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Intermedia Peacock Bass (Cichla intermedia)


A powerful and large growing predator, the Royal or Intermedia Peacock Bass is found in parts of the Orinoco and Casiquiare river drainages in Colombia and Venezuela.  Like all peacock bass,  they are  voracious fish eater by nature and newly imported fish tend to prefer live foods at first but can be weaned onto frozen and prepared foods over time. They are fast growing and can be aggressive towards tankmates, especially other cichlids. Best kept with larger, fast-moving fish.

Lemon Oscar (Astronotus ocellatus)


A selectively bred form of the popular Oscar, the Lemon Oscar displays vibrant yellow and gold coloration as its name suggests. A large growing, predatory fish, Oscars require large aquariums and should be kept with similarly sized tankmates.

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Royal Clown Loach (Leptobotia elongata)

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The Royal Clown Loach or Imperial Flower Loach is the largest species of loach or botia in the world, originating in the subtropical waters of China's Yangtze River. An elongated species well adapted to life in fast-moving water, they are powerful swimmers which prefer strong current and well-oxygenated water in the aquarium. In the wild, they feed on worms, crustaceans, and other fish (including smaller loaches). They will readily hunt down and eat small tankmates so should be kept with similarly sized fish. As a cooler water species, they do best in an unheated tank with temperatures ranging from 55-74F.

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L239 Blue Panaque Pleco (Baryancistrus beggini)


A uniquely colored and small growing species of pleco, the L239 or Blue Panaque is not actually a member of the genus Panaque but instead is grouped in with the Gold Nugget Plecos and their close relatives. Found in the soft, acidic waters of the Orinoco and its tributaries, these are a hardy, relatively peaceful pleco. In the aquarium, a varied diet including plenty of vegetable-based foods is ideal.

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Wild Pink Spot Suriname Angel (Pterophyllum scalare)


A distinctive wild form of Angelfish found in the rivers and flooded forests of Suriname, the Pink Spot or “Suriname Altum” Angel is a rarity in the hobby. Although they are considered a locality variant of P. scalare, they have a sharply notched nose similar to the true Altum and develop pink/red spots as adults.

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Brokopondo Eartheater (Geophagus brokopondo)


A colorful and rarely seen eartheater from the Brokopondo lake and the surrounding rivers in Suriname, the Brokopondo Eartheater is considered part of the ‘Surinamensis’ complex of closely-related species. With intense blue, red, and green coloration and long, flowing ventral fin streamers, this showy species is best kept in groups in an aquarium with fine sand substrate. Like most of its relatives, it is a fairly peaceful cichlid.

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Maroni Eartheater (Geophagus harreri)


A unique species of eartheater from the Marowijne River Basin in the Northeastern coastal region of South America, G. harreri is a beautiful and rarely seen fish. Like most eartheaters, it is best kept in groups in an appropriately large aquariums with a fine sand substrate for them to sift through.

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True Piraiba Catfish (Brachyplatystoma filamentosum)


One of the largest of the Amazon giant catfish, the Piraiba is an important food fish throughout much of its range, which extends from the headwaters of the Amazon in the Andes to its mouth at the far Eastern edge of Brazil as well as the Guianas. Known to undertake massive migrations to spawn, this open water predator is typically found in murky, fast-moving waters in main river channels and due to its huge adult size and active nature is only suitable for the largest custom aquariums or indoor ponds. The true giant Piraiba is found in the coastal waters of Suriname, where our fish are collected from.

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Swordspine Snook (Centropomus ensiferus)


A rare, smaller growing species of true snook found in the coastal waters of Northeastern South America, the Swordspine Snook is a unique species for a larger predator aquarium. Unlike most of their relatives, these fish are generally found in pure freshwater to slightly brackish environments, and while they occasionally migrate into strong brackish or marine waters in the wild they will thrive in a typical freshwater aquarium. A predatory fish, they will eat anything small enough to fit in their mouths although tend not to be aggressive towards tankmates.

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Gold Dust Stingray (Potamotrygon marinae) Pair


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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Parrot Puffer (Colomesus psittacus)


A rarely seen relative of the popular Amazon Puffer (Colomesus asellus), the Parrot Puffer is found in coastal waters of Northeastern South America where it inhabits light to moderate brackish environments. A voracious eater, they should be kept with fast-moving (if any tankmates), although they do not appear to be aggressive towards each other in the aquarium. The addition of some salt to create at least slightly brackish conditions is recommended.

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Brokopondo Peacock Bass (Cichla cf. ocellaris ‘brokopondo’)


One of the most distinctively marked, colorful, and sought after of the Peacock Bass, the Brokpondo Peacock Bass is found only in the waters around Suriname’s Lake Brokopondo. Although currently considered a form of C. ocellaris, it is likely that the Brokopondo variant may be a distinct species. Like all Cichla, they are large, powerful, predatory fish and should be kept by experienced aquarists with suitably large aquariums to house these fish as adults.

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Suriname Spangle Pike Cichlid (Crenicichla nickeriensis)


This rare, medium-sized Pike Cichlid from Suriname is considered part of the “saxatilis group” of pikes which includes most of the gold spangled or gold spotted species. Little is known about its habits and habitat in the wild, but like most saxatilis-type pikes are medium-growing, relatively peaceful species.