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Gold Wolf Fish (Hoplerythrinus unitaeniatus)


The Gold or One Lined Wolf Fish is a medium sized predatory species found throughout the Amazon Basin in South America. A fast moving and aggressive  fish, they are likely to attack even larger tankmates and are best kept alone or with large, fast moving fish or heavily armored catfish. Smaller specimens can be shy at first and appreciate plenty of cover, and be sure to keep their tanks tightly covered as they are prone to jump if spooked.


Electric Eel (Electrophorus electricus)


One of the most iconic fish species of the Amazon, the Electric Eel is not a true eel but a knifefish – the only one in its family capable of delivering a powerful electrical shock. In the wild, these fish tend to be found in shallow, slow moving waters with lots of cover in the form of vegetation or fallen branches. Their electrical organ is used as both a defense mechanism against predators and to stun prey items. In the aquarium, electric eels are fairly hardy, but due to their huge adult size and dangerous shock they should only be kept by experienced hobbyists with a dedicated, large aquarium designed around this fish’s special requirements. Larger fish should be treated with extreme caution.

Sailfin Tetra (Crenuchus spilurus)


A beautiful tetra originating in the acidic blackwaters of the Amazon and Orinoco basins, the Sailfin Tetra is a medium-sized species that makes for an impressive display fish as an adult. Both sexes have the namesake large dorsal fin, but mature males will have an extremely elongated, brightly colored fin. In the wild, they tend to be found in small groups in shallow waters, usually in areas with substantial cover in the form of leaf litter, fallen branches, or other vegetation. In the aquarium, they can be shy at first but will quickly become more bold if given plenty of cover. A great and showy fish for densely planted or hardscape tanks.

Ruby Tetra (Axelrodia riesei) – Group of 5 Fish


A stunning dwarf tetra found in Colombia's Rio Meta drainage, the Ruby Tetra lives up to its name, exhibiting a deep red coloration throughout its entire body. With an adult size of only 1″, they are an ideal nano aquarium fish and are deservedly popular with planted aquarium hobbyists as well. Best kept in schools of 5 or more, the Ruby Tetra is an active and hardy fish which will display their best color in a large group an when kept in ideal water conditions.


Harlequin Lancer Catfish (Bagroides melapterus)


A uniquely patterned catfish species originating in freshwater streams and rivers of Indonesia, the Harlequin Lancer is an active, aggressive fish which will do best in a large tank with ample hiding places. Tankmates should be chosen carefully as they will attack slower or more docile fish, especially at night.

Cardinal Tetra (Paracheirodon axelrodi) – Group of 10 Fish


One of the most popular and instantly recognizable freshwater aquarium fish, the Cardinal Tetra originates from the dark, acidic waters of the Negro and Orinoco River basins in Brazil, Colombia, and Venezuela. 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. Our fish are wild collected from Colombia and carefully acclimated, quarantined, and conditioned before shipping to ensure you receive hardy, healthy, vibrant fish.

Neon Green / Kubotai Rasbora (Microdevario kubotai) – Group of 5 Fish


A brilliantly colored and actively schooling “micro” rasbora found throughout parts of Indonesia, the Kubotai or Neon Green 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 clear 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 brilliant coloration. Like most schooling rasboras, they are best kept in groups of 10 or more and will thrive with most similarly-sized peaceful tankmates. Darker substrate, somewhat subdued lighting, and plenty of cover in the aquarium will help bring out their most vibrant green coloration.

Peacock Gudgeon (Tateurndina ocellicauda)


One of the most beautifully marked of all freshwater gobies, the Peacock Gudgeon originates from rainforest streams in Papua New Guinea but is now commercially bred for the aquarium trade all over the world. In the wild, they are found in loose aggregations in warm, clear water areas of low to moderate current. With their small adult size and peaceful nature, they are a popular species for nano and planted aquariums and will do well under a range of conditions. They will exhibit their best coloration and behavior when kept in groups of 3-5 fish or more and prefer ample cover in the form of plants, driftwood, and other hardscape materials.

Yo Yo Loach (Botia almorhae/lohachata)


A longtime aquarium hobby favorite, the Yo Yo Loach is so named for the intricate pattern found on juvenile fish which appears to spell out the word “yo yo” along its sides. Also known as the Lohachata Botia or the Pakistani Loach, the species originates from streams in India, Bangladesh, and possibly Nepal, although wild specimens are rarely exported. Like most loaches, it is a social fish, and requires a group of at least 5 fish to thrive in captivity. A hardy, active, and attractively patterned species, they are generally peaceful toward most tankmates and make for excellent snail control in a planted or aquascaped aquarium (so should not be kept with snails or any small invertebrates).

Endler’s Livebearer (Poecilia wingei) – Group of 5 Assorted Males


An aquarium hobby classic, the Endler’s Livebearer or Endler’s Guppy originated with strains of wild livebearers in Venezuela but over decades in the trade has been hybridized with similar species to create a wide array of color patterns, fins, and body shapes. Colorful, hardy, and with a smaller adult size than the more well-known fancy guppy, these tiny livebearers make excellent subjects for nano aquariums or planted tanks. They will do well in a wide variety of water conditions but prefer well-oxygenated, slightly alkaline water. Assortment may include a variety of different strains.

Sparkling Gourami (Trichopsis pumila)


A colorful and active species of Pygmy Gourami native to much of Southeast Asia, the Sparkling Gourami is found in a wide range of shallow water habitats, from acidic blackwater swamps to quiet slow-moving clearwater creeks, usually found close to stands of aquatic plants or submerged vegetation. In the aquarium, they are an ideal resident of nano planted tanks, they are best kept in groups of 5 or more and make ideal tankmates for many of the popular species of microrasbora found throughout Southeast Asia in similar habitats.

Electric Blue Ram (Mikrogeophagus ramirezi)


A spectacularly colored line bred variant of the popular Ram or Butterfly Dwarf Cichlid, the Electric Blue Ram is a small, peaceful cichlid ideal for most community aquariums. With their uniform vivid blue coloration, they make an impressive display fish in a planted or aquascaped aquarium and will get along well with most tankmates. In the aquarium, they can be sensitive to fluctuating water quality and will do best in slightly soft water with frequent partial water changes. Like most cichlids they may fight among themselves for territory so a medium sized aquarium with plenty of cover and shelter is best to keep a group.

L129 Colombian Zebra Pleco (Hypancistrus debilittera)


A strikingly patterned, small growing species of Hypancistrus from the warm, acidic water of the Orinoco and its tributaries, the L129 Colombian or False Zebra Pleco is an ideal pleco for the small to medium community aquarium. Although normally shy at first, they will become more comfortable spending time out in the open over time and especially when food is added to the tank. Like most of their close relatives, the L129 is not a particularly good algae eater and prefers a more protein rich diet than some plecos. Peaceful toward nearly all tankmates, they can be territorial towards other plecos but will typically coexist without problems long as plenty of cover is provided in the aquarium.

Eques Pencilfish (Nannostomus eques) – Group of 5 Fish


The Eques or Diptail Pencilfish is a widely distributed loosely schooling fish found throughout much of the Amazon and Orinoco Basins.With their distinctive ‘head up’ posture (which helps them remain invisible to predators in the wild) and peaceful demeanor they have been a popular fish in the freshwater hobby for decades. Typically found in warm, extremely shallow waters alongside other tetra species, they prefer soft, acidic water conditions but are adaptable in the aquarium. Best kept in groups of 5 or more, they are relatively easy to care for but care should be taken to ensure larger or faster moving tankmates don’t outcompete them for food.