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Batik Nerite Snail (Neritina sp.)


Batik Nerite Snails are an ornate species of snail known for their voracious appetites for algae.  They are plant safe and great addition to any freshwater aquarium without snail predators.  The can not reproduce successfully without brackish water and therefore will not overpopulate the aquarium.

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Hengeli / Glowlight Rasbora (Trigonostigma hengeli) – Group of 10 Fish


A colorful and actively schooling Rasbora found throughout parts of Indonesia, the Hengeli or Glowlight Rasbora makes an ideal addition to a small to medium sized community aquarium or planted tank. In the wild, they inhabit slow moving streams and creeks with sandy substrate and soft, acidic and often tannin-stained waters, usually among aquatic plants or fallen branches. A hardy and adaptable fish in the aquarium, they are popular with aquascapers due to their small adult size, active nature, and distinctive markings. Like most schooling rasboras, they are best kept in groups of 10 or more and will thrive with most similarly-sized peaceful tankmates.

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Tiger Shovelnose Catfish (Pseudoplatystoma fasciatum)


One of the largest growing catfish species of the Amazon Basin, the Tiger Shovelnose is an important food fish throughout its range and has been a favorite in the aquarium hobby for decades despite its huge adult size. In the aquarium, they are fairly easy to care for but keep in mind they will attempt to eat anything they can fit in their surprisingly large mouths. Juvenile fish grow extremely quickly so to realistically keep these fish long term a massive aquarium or ideally an indoor pond is necessary.

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Blue Stiphodon Goby (Stiphodon cf. atropurpureus)


The most colorful of all freshwater gobies in the genus Stiphodon, the Neon Blue Stiphodon Goby originates from fast moving rocky streams. 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).

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Red Fire Shrimp (Neocaridina davidi)


The Red Fire Shrimp is a selectively bred form of Neocaridina shrimp very similar to the popular and common Red Cherry Shrimp. Like the Red Cherries, they are remarkably hardy and adaptable, excellent shrimp for beginners. Red Fire Shrimp have a uniform deep red body coloration.

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Shadow Catfish (Hyalobagrus flavus)


A unique schooling catfish found in the acidic blackwater streams of Borneo and Sumatra in Indonesia, the Shadow Catfish is a small-growing and peaceful species well suited for aquarium life. They prefer slightly soft water but are otherwise hardy and undemanding in the aquarium. Best kept in groups of 6 or more, these catfish will readily accept most prepared foods and are peaceful towards all tankmates.

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Venezuelan Cory (Corydoras venezuelanus)


A colorful and popular species of Corydoras, the Venezuelan Cory originates from a few coastal rivers in Venezuela but is now bred on a large scale for the aquarium trade so wild specimens are almost never seen. Small, active, and with attractive orange and green coloration, Venezuelan Corys are ideal for nearly any small to medium peaceful community aquarium. Like most Corydoras, they are an active schooling species that will do best in a group of at least 5 fish. Peaceful and hardy, they prefer a fine sand substrate, well-oxygenated water and temperatures in the 75-80F range.

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Neolamprologus multifasciatus – Group of 5 Fish


One of the most popular of the shell-dwelling species of small cichlids found in Africa’s Lake Tanganyika, the Multi Shell Dweller makes for a unique display fish due to their vivid pattern and bold, fascinating behavior. In the wild, these dwarf cichlids inhabit dense fields of empty snail shells at the bottom of the lake, where each fish will stake a territory in an individual shell and defend it from others. In the aquarium, they are hardy and adaptable but prefer alkaline water and should be provided with shells or similar structure for them to establish territories in.

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Neon Tetra (Paracheirodon innesi) – Group of 10


One of the most popular and instantly recognizable freshwater aquarium fish, the Neon Tetra originates from the waters of the Rio Ucayali in Peru, where they tend to inhabit shallow clear or white water streams in large shoals. Given their worldwide popularity, this species has been farmed on a massive scale in Asia, Europe, and the US for decades now and wild fish are relatively rare in the hobby. With their vivid red and blue coloration, peaceful demeanor, and schooling behavior they are one of the best aquarium fish species in the hobby for beginners and experienced hobbyists alike. Best kept in groups of 10 or more fish, they will get along with most other peaceful tankmates and will thrive in most setups.

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Suriname Aimara Wolf Fish (Hoplias aimara)


The largest species of Wolf Fish and one of the most impressive predatory fish available in the aquarium hobby, the Aimara or Giant Wolf Fish is a fierce predator suitable only for the largest aquariums – perhaps more appropriately indoor ponds. Found throughout much of the Orinoco Basin, and Guiana Shield, these fish are powerful fish eaters which use their prominent sharp teeth to grab hold of prey. Despite their bulky appearance, Aimara Wolf Fish are fast swimmers and should be given ample swimming room (and a strong, tight-fitting cover). They are adaptable and generally hardy in the aquarium so long as good water quality is maintained. Due to their enormous adult size and predatory nature, these fish are only recommended for experienced hobbyists with the means to adequately house this species long term. Specimens from Suriname tend to be darker overall and have a reputation for extreme aggression.

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Suriname Flame Pike Cichlid (Crenicichla multispinosa)

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The most attractively marked of all the Pike Cichlids found in Suriname and Guyana waters, the Multipsinosa or Suriname Flame Pike is a medium growing species in the acuitirostris group of the genus Crenicichla. An elongated and current-loving pike, they display noticeable sexual dimorphism with males exhibiting intense spangling. Females develop deep red coloration along the gill plates and ventral surface. In the aquarium, they are a moderately aggressive pike and can be kept in groups successfully in a sufficiently large tank with plenty of cover.

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Suriname Temensis Peacock Bass (Cichla temensis ‘suriname’)


A large, beautifully marked, and sought after species of Peacock Bass, Cichla temensis is found in warm blackwater rivers throughout the Orinoco, Amazon, and Guiana Shield regions.  In its native range, it is an important food fish, and its huge adult size and predatory nature make them suitable for only huge aquariums. These fish are powerful swimmers and need ample open space in the aquarium (which should also be tightly covered, as they can easily jump). An impressive show fish for the experienced hobbyist. The rarely imported fish found in Suriname are known for their vivid spotting and deep red coloration around the gills.


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Small Scute Doradid Cat (Platydoras sp. ‘shallow scute’)


A rare Doradid catfish found in the lower Marowijne River in Suriname, the Small Scute or Shalllow Scute Doradid Catfish is typically found on sandy substrate in moderate to slow moving waters. With their heavily armored bodies and sharp pectoral spines, they have few natural predators and are a relatively bold species. Like most of their close relatives, they are a peaceful catfish and feed primarily on small insects, mollusks, and crustaceans in the wild. In the aquarium they are peaceful toward nearly all tankmates and will typically not be bothered by larger, aggressive fish.