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Longsnout Distichodus (Distichodus lusosso)

Superficially similar to the more commonly traded Distichodus sexfasciatus but with a more streamlined body and longer snout. Juveniles have a brilliant orange body marked with seven or eight vertical dark green-black bands. As the fish mature the contrast …

L213 (Ancistrus sp.)

Typical Ancistrus in form, being mottled grey-brown with a covering of small white spots. Relatively small, dorso-ventrally compressed. Sexually dimorphic: mature males develop much longer tentacles on the face. Females will have these tentacles, they just aren't so highly developed. …

Two Spot Barb (Barbus (Puntius) bimaculatus)

A small, schooling barb well suited to the community tank. They are adaptable fish, and will do well in most aquaria provided there is plenty of swimming space and the water is not too hard. Females are essentially a metallic pink …

Canara pearlspot (Etroplus canarensis)

Distinguished from the other species in the genus by its light brown colour and dark brown stripes, including one through the eye. Although these colours do not sound exciting, the contrast is stunningn when the fish is seen 'in the …

C082 (Corydoras loxozonus)

A very distinctive species with dark bands running through the eye, along the dorsal fin spine, and down the flank from below the base of the dorsal fin to the lower lobe of the tail fin. The body is otherwise …

Three-spot Demonfish (Satanoperca daemon)

Large eartheating cichlid with a big, tapering head and laterally compressed body. The three spots that give the fish its common name are on the flanks, the first two being somewhat indistinct, and the third, on the caudal peduncle, is …

Black-lobe Algae Eater (Crossocheilus nigriloba)

Similar to a flying fox or Siamese algae eater, but distinguished by the darker lower lobe of the tail fin and the downwards flexion of the black band that runs along the body towards the lower lobe of the tail. …

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 the common name. Males also …

High-Fin Mystus (Mystus bocourti)

A silvery catfish remarkable for its very taill dorsal fin. Unlikely to be confused with anything else. An albino variant is periodically available. …

Barca Snakehead (Channa barca)

The Barca snakehead (Channa barca) is a rare species of snakehead. It is endemic to the upper Brahmaputra river basin in northeastern India …

Chocolate Frogmouth Catfish (Chaca bankanensis)

Chaca catfish are of medium size, flattened dorsoventrally, and have a large, square mouth. The eyes are small and located on the top …

Burmese Frogmouth Catfish (Chaca burmensis)

Chaca catfish are of medium size, flattened dorsoventrally, and have a large, square mouth. The eyes are small and located on the top …

Denison Barb (Barbus(Puntius) denisonii)

A very impressive looking barb that is now becoming more common in shops is Puntius denisoni. They are native to the South Western …

Horseman's Corydoras (Corydoras eques)

Somewhat similar to the common bronze cory in overall shape and colour, but with a more prominent orange band arching around the head …

Elegant Coryodoras (Corydoras elegans)

A very variable species widely distrubuted across tropical South America. Noted for having obvious sexual dimorphism. Males have complex squiggles on the flanks, …

Squaliforma cf. emarginata (L011)

A widely distributed species known by different L-numbers depending on where the specimen in question was collected. L011, L035, and L116 are from …

Half-banded Kuhli Loach (Pangio semicincta)

One of the relatively few completely peaceful loaches, this species is unfortunately very retiring and strictly nocturnal, and unless very comfortable in its …

Severum (Heros severus)

Large, almost discus-like in shape with big eyes and long anal and dorsal fins. The wild-type fish is greenish-gold with a series of …

Croaking Gourami (Trichopsis vittata)

Largest of the croaking gouramis and an excellent choice for the peaceful community tank. Quite hardy and easy to keep, and surprisingly loud! Superficially …

Emerald Dwarf Danio (Danio erythromicron)

Originally believed to be a rasbora, this tiny, striking and uncommon danio is a great choice to keep. The slate blue pigment stripe …

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