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Channel Catfish (Ictalurus punctatus)

A huge, predatory catfish widely farmed for human consumption and occasionally offered for trade. Essentially blue-grey in colour, darker above, fading to off-white below. The blue catfish Ictalurus furcatus and the channel catfish Ictalurus punctatus are very similar and easily confused. …

Ancistrini sp. (L082)

A distinctive, fairly large plec with a dark body covered in large cream-coloured spots. Juveniles are more strongly coloured than the adults. …

African Pike Characin (Hepsetus odoe)

A fairly big predatory characin with a pike-like shape. The head is large and slightly upturned; the jaws are robust and filled …

Dickfeld's Julie (Julidochromis dickfeldi)

Streamlined, elongate fish with a yellow body marked with a series of black longitudinal bands. The fins are edged with electric blue. …

(Cyprichromis leptosoma)

A very variable species, with different coloured males coming from different localities. Typically pinkish in body colour with yellow or blue fins. …

Hypancistrus sp. (L066)

A small plec with a pale yellow-brown ground colour and fine dark brown squiggles that form a network-like pattern. On juveniles the …

Butterfly Plec (Sewellia lineolata)

Sewellia are small, dorso-ventrally compressed fish that inhabit very fast-flowing streams. They are highly adapted to living in such environments, and use …

Emerald Cichlid (Hypselecara temporalis)

The two species known as the "chocolate cichlids" in the genus Hypselecara are commonly confused. They are both very variable in colouration …

White Spotted Plec (Hypostomus margaritifer)

One of the more common of the Hypostomus species sold as the "white spotted plec", this species is characterised by a dark …

Hypancistrus sp. (L174)

In relative terms this may be the "poor man's Hypancistrus zebra", but it is still a pricey and uncommonly seen catfish. Undeniably …

Metallic Flying Barb (Esomus metallicus)

Esomus are streamlined, omnivorous barbs. They are minnow-like in shape but with a laterally compressed body, large pectoral fins, and very long …

Red-stripe Halfbeak (Hemirhamphodon kapuasensis)

A small halfbeak with a greenish-silver body marked along the flanks from the behind the eye to the base of the tail …

Irian Jaya Rainbowfish (Melanotaenia irianjaya)

A fast-moving, active fish with a rhomboid body form, an indistinct bluish band along the flanks, and a purple-blue tint to the …

(Potamotrygon henlei)

A black ray similar to Potamotrygon leopoldi, but only found in the Tapajos river system. They are easy to differentiate because the …

Buenos Aires Tetra (Hyphessobrycon anisitsi)

A robust, silvery fish with orange-red markings on the pelvic, anal, and tail fins. There are dark patches behind the eye and …

Common Yabby (Cherax quadricarinatus)

The Common Yabby Crayfish is usually found from lakes, lagoons, slow-moving sections of rivers, and coastal freshwater streams. This beautiful blue decapod …

Forest Snakehead (Channa lucius)

Marked with a row of dark blotches that runs from behind the eye, just below the dorsal fin, and onto the upper …

Snowball Peckoltia (L 102 hypancistrus sp.)

We have used the scientific name provided by DATZ. …

Mongoose Loach (Botia rostrata)

An attractive loach distinguished by pairs of vertical bands …

Costello Tetra (Hemigrammus hyanuary)

This species resembles a slender version of the more …

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