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Blue Phantom Plec (Hemiancistrus sp. L128)

A medium-sized Hemiancistrus with a dark grey to black body and blue-white spots. The spots are most densely packed on the head, thinning out towards the tail. Possibly a regional variant of Hemiancistrus subviridis, L200. …

Humpbacked Limia (Limia nigrofasciata)

A lively, nicely marked rather than colourful species that makes an interesting alternative to platies or guppies in community tanks. Males are smaller than the females and have a distinctly arched back, from which comes …

Crimson Loach (Schistura sp. "Crimson")

A stunning species with a long, almost eel-like body coloured grey around the head but bright red across the belly and orange-yellow towards the tail. The fins are yellow, except for the dorsal, which is …

Upside-Down Catfish (Synodontis nigriventris)

As the name suggests this catfish has the peculiar habit of swimming upside down. Whilst most fish are darker on their body and lighter on the belly, this fish has a lighter back and darker …

(Pelvicachromis taeniatus 'Moliwe')

Essentially similar to Pelvicachromis taeniatus. Males are pinkish in colour, with yellow and rose bands on the cheeks and yellow lips. All fins except the pectorals are pink, and the edge of the dorsal fin …

Ancistrus sp. (L110)

A fairly small species of Ancistrus with a dark grey-brown body covered with fairly large, reddish spots. A good fish for the community tank, this species will eat algae as well as catfish pellets, algae …

Blue Tailed Goodeid (Ataeniobius toweri)

A livebearing fish that is more commonly known as the Blue Tailed Goodeid. The males tend to be more colourful than the females and in particular show the light blue/green colouration in the tail. If …

(Callochromis melanostigma)

Mature males have a burnished copper or golden sheen to the body, a rather dark tint, and fins marked with yellow and black. There is a bold eyespot on the gill covers. Quiescent males are …

(Symphysodon 'pigeon')

The 'pigeon' family of discus varieties are characterised by black speckles on the flanks. Different forms have red, blue, or green markings. Discus are uniquely shaped cichlids and considered by many to be among the most …

Spiny-Headed Hillstream Loach (Gastromyzon ctenocephalus)

A small, plec-like fish. The pectoral and pelvic fins form almost circular pads used to suck onto the glass. The markings consist of darker, often X-shaped patches or bands against a paler body. The patches …

Brichard's Synodontis (Synodontis brichardi)

An exceptional Synodontis very different in shape to most of the species traded. A long, rather loach-like body and large, deeply-forked tail hints at its adaptation to fast-flowing waters in the Congo Rapids. Its broad …

Snowball Plec, L102 (Hypancistrus inspector)

At least two different species, Hypancistrus contradens (L201) and Hypancistrus inspector (L102), have been traded as the "snowball plec". They are very similar in appearance and commonly misidentified. Both species are covered with off-white spots on …

Golden-stripe Astyanax (Astyanax sp. "lago Tefé")

Small, schooling characin marked with a bold black and gold band along the flanks. A new species in the hobby, about which not much is known. …

Featherfin Cichlid (Cyathopharynx furcifer)

A very variable species, at least four different geographical variants are sold to aquarists. Males are invariably more colourful than the females, and also have longer …

L096 / Spiny Monster Pleco (Pseudacanthicus spinosus)

Like their name suggests, the Spiny Monster Pleco is a large growing species which develops heavy armor and distinctive spines along the body and fins. Pseudacanthicus …

Red Devil (Amphilophus labiatus)

Somewhat similar to Amphilophus citrinellus in basic shape, but distinguished by their thicker lips. Wild fish may be greenish-grey or yellow in colour. The yellow fish …

Panaque sp. (L090)

A large species of Panaque somewhat similar to P. nigrolineatus in shape and habits, but somewhat dorsoventrally compressed in comparison and immediately recognisable by the tremendously …

Moss Barb (Puntius tetrazona 'green')

A popular variety of the common tiger barb, the moss barb has the same rhomboid shape but is dark green in colour, contrasting nicely with the …

Eyespot Snakehead (Channa pleurophthalma)

One of the most highly prized snakeheads on account of its very attractive colours and moderate size. Body colour variable but typically blue-green, olive or light …

Peckoltia sp. (LDA18)

A small, attractive species with yellowy-brown body covered on the flanks and dorsal surface with thick, irregular brown markings. These markings are more linear on the …

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