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Amazon Red Tail Tetra (Aphyocharax cf. dentatus)

$6.99

A unique and rarely seen characin, the Amazon Red Tail Tetra is a larger growing species found in relatively fast moving waters of the Amazon and its tributaries. In the aquarium, they are fast moving and always in motion, best kept in a school of 5 or more fish. They can be aggressive and nip fins off smaller or slower moving species so tankmates should be chosen carefully – any long-finned species should be avoided. With their size and speed, these tetras make an ideal dither fish for medium sized South American Cichlids.

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Kubotai / Angelicus Botia (Botia kubotai)

$9.99$19.99

One of the more attractive and peaceful species of Loach, the Angelicus or Kubotai Botia originates from the Salween River basin along the Thailand-Myanmar border. Like almost all species of Loach or Botia, they are social fish and best kept in groups of 5 or more. In the aquarium, they are hardy and relatively undemanding, and make for excellent pest snail control in planted tanks.

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Red Lizard Loach (Homaloptera cf. orthogoniata)

$9.99$12.99

A resident of fast-moving, rocky streams in Southeast Asia, Red Lizard Loaches use their modified pectoral fins to attach themselves to the rocky substrate and move among the rocks in search of food. In the wild, they are grazers and generalists, feeding on algae, biofilm, and small insects and crustaceans. In the aquarium, they do best when kept under similar conditions to their wild habitat – rocks, ample current, and well-oxygenated water. Although they will accept a number of prepared sinking foods, it’s important to supplement their diet with algae- or veggie-based food.

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Dwarf Chain Loach / Sidthimunki Botia(Ambastia sidthimunki)

$14.99

One of the smallest species of Botia and a longtime favorite in the aquarium hobby, the Dwarf Chain Loach or Sidthimunki Botia is a peaceful, active schooling fish ideally suited to most community or planted tanks. Originally found in river systems along the Thai/Myanmar border, they are now produced commercially for the aquarium trade. Like most Botias and Loaches, they are social fish and should be kept in groups of at least 3 to 5 specimens.

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Target Puffer (Pao leiurus)

$39.99$49.99

A smaller puffer species found in Southeast Asia, P. leiurus is found in both pure fresh and brackish water environments but is more commonly encountered in freshwater. They are generally peaceful towards each other, but tankmates should be considered carefully as, like all puffers, these fish are likely to nip fins or bite.

Freshwater Small-Scaled Archerfish (Toxotes microlepis)

$29.99$39.99

One of a very few species of pure freshwater archer, the Small Scale or Microlepis Archerfish is found in freshwater habitat throughout South and Central Thailand. They are a bold and outgoing surface-dwelling species that is best kept with other similar-sized fish. They can be aggressive towards each other if kept in small numbers but larger groups (5 or more) tend to coexist peacefully. Like all archers, they are surface feeders renowned for their ability to spit water at quite a distance to stun their insect prey.

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Apistogramma cacatuoides Pair

$49.99

One of the most popular dwarf cichlids in the hobby, Apistgramma cacatuoides (also known as the Cockatoo Dwarf Cichlid) is an attractive and interesting addition to smaller community aquarium.

Fahaka Puffer (Tetraodon lineatus)

$29.99$39.99

One of a few species of giant freshwater puffers from Africa, the Fahaka or Lined Puffer is found in freshwater rivers and lakes throughout East and Central Africa. In the wild, they use their powerful beak to feed on crustaceans, mollusks, and even other fish. In the aquarium, they feed readily on most meaty foods and will readily take bites out of their tankmates as well. An intelligent and fascinating fish for an appropriately large aquarium, Fahaka Puffers are best kept in a species tank on their own.

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Red Cheek Goby (Lentipes armatus)

$24.99

The most colorful of all freshwater gobies in the genus Stiphodon, the Cobalt Blue Goby originates from fast moving rocky streams in West Papua, Indonesia. In the wild, it lives in small groups where individual fish stake out their own territories among the rocks. They feed on algae growth and biofilms in the wild and in the aquarium should be fed algae or vegetable based sinking foods (gel diets are ideal). They require clean, well-oxygenated water with some current and will do best at slightly cooler temperatures than most tropical fish (74-76F).

Cobalt Blue Stiphodon Goby (Stiphodon semoni)

$14.99

The most colorful of all freshwater gobies in the genus Stiphodon, the Cobalt Blue Goby originates from fast moving rocky streams in West Papua, Indonesia. In the wild, it lives in small groups where individual fish stake out their own territories among the rocks. They feed on algae growth and biofilms in the wild and in the aquarium should be fed algae or vegetable based sinking foods (gel diets are ideal). They require clean, well-oxygenated water with some current and will do best at slightly cooler temperatures than most tropical fish (74-76F).

Roseline Shark / Denisonii Barb (Sahyadria denisonii)

$8.99$9.99

A fish with many names, the Roseline Shark, Redline Torpedo Sharkk, or Denisonii Barb is a vividly colored schooling fish found in the fast moving streams of Western India. With their peaceful, active nature and vibrant red, yellow, and black coloration, this fish has become a favorite in the aquarium hobby – especially among planted tank hobbyists. Although hardy, these fish prefer well-oxygenated water with some current and will display their best colors when excellent water quality is maintained.

Crystal Black Shrimp (Caridina cf. cantonensis)

$9.99

Crystal Black Shrimp are a selectively bred form of Caridina which have been developed from wild specimens showing subtle black and white coloration. They are enormously popular due to their striking, high contrast coloration and can be a bit more delicate than some of the more common Neocaridina species, so are best kept by hobbyists with some experience keeping shrimp already. Crystal Black Shrimp prefer soft, lower pH water and do best at slightly lower temperatures. These shrimp are sensitive to water quality so regular water changes and adequate filtration are important to keep them healthy and thriving.

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Crystal Red Shrimp (Caridina cf. cantonensis) Grade S

$9.99 $7.99

Crystal Red Shrimp are a selectively bred form of Caridina which supposedly originated in Japan some years ago. They are enormously popular due to their striking solid red and white coloration and can be a bit more delicate than some of the more common Neocaridina species, so are best kept by hobbyists with some experience keeping shrimp already. Crystal Red Shrimp prefer soft, lower pH water and do best at slightly lower temperatures. Breeders and serious hobbyist utilize a grading system for these shrimp, with higher grade specimens having a more solid white base coloration with specific shapes and patterns for the red bands. Our SS grade shrimp are selectively bred to these standards yet still have impressive amounts of deep red on them.

Orange Shrimp (Caridina cf. propinqua)

$7.49

The Orange Shrimp, also known as Orange Borneo or Orange Sunkist Shrimp is both hardy and vibrantly colored – an excellent choice for those just starting with freshwater shrimp. Originating from Borneo, little is known of its wild habitat but it appears that like Amano Shrimp their larvae require marine conditions to develop.

Fire Eel (Mastacembalus erythrotaenia)

$24.99$119.99

A beautiful and personable large predatory fish, the Fire Eel is found in river systems throughout Southeast Asia. Although it will eat small fish, it is a generally peaceful fish and can be shy at first. Over time, however, they learn to recognize their owners and can often be fed by hand. A beautiful and hardy addition to a large predatory fish tank.