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Blue Acara (Andinoacara pulcher)

A sturdy, handsome fish that works well in a large community tank alongside other, not too delicate species such as Congo tetras, giant danios, loaches, and dwarf Synodontis. Although not particularly aggressive by cichlid standards, it is perhaps a bit …

Northern Longnose Corydoras (Corydoras septentrionalis)

A distinctive species with a sandy coloured body marked with a dark patch across the face and another triangular patch on the front half of the flank. The snout is rather long, and the body relatively streamlined. On some fish …

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 depending on their mood, ranging from bright metallic green through moss green, burgundy, dark brown to black. Of …

Common Guppy (Poecilia reticulata)

Wild fish are very variable. The body is greenish-silver, with the male having a larger tail than the female and sporting colourful spots on the rear half of the body and the tail and dorsal fins. There are many artificial …

White Cloud Mountain Minnow (Tanichthys albonubes)

A brightly coloured, lively fish that does well in coldwater, subtropical and tropical aquaria. It's basic colour is pearly pink, tending towards yellow above and silver below. The dorsal and caudal fins are red, the pelvic and anal fins yellow. …

Green Kissing Gouramy (Helostoma temminckii (Green))

This is the wild-type of the kissing gouramy but is rarely seen in tropical fish stores. It is kept in exactly the same way. Kissing gouramies appreciate a large tank with peaceful tankmates. They are naturally plankton and algae eaters and …

Electric Eel (Electrophorus electricus)

The electric eel isn’t an eel but a knifefish, despite its eel-like shape. The body is long, thick, and essentially green-brown above with a yellow-orange throat and belly. The pectoral fins are very small; the anal and caudal fins form …

Melanochromis "Dwarf Auratus" (Melanochromis dialeptos)

This is an interesting and rather uncommonly traded member of its genus. Females are marked with orange, light brown, and dark brown stripes along their flanks and a blue-black edge to the dorsal fin. The pelvic, anal, and lower half …

Sailfin Molly (Poecilia latipinna)

The sailfin molly is a large, herbivorous livebearer that is available in a variety of artificial forms. The wild form is greenish-silver. Males have dramatically larger dorsal fins that they use to display to females. These are naturally inhabitats of coastal …

Ember Tetra (Hyphessobrycon amandae)

A tiny, amber-coloured tetra ideally suited to small tanks alongside other miniature species. The colouration is strongest on the top half of the body, deepening almost to a copper-colour. There are red flashes on the tail fins. Females are less …

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 head, becoming more blotchy towards the tail. The fins are similarly banded and have …

Blue Lipped Cichlid (Pseudocrenilabrus philander philander)

A small mouthbrooding species. Sexual dimorphism obvious. Though not as strikingly coloured as some other Pseudocrenilabrus, the males sport an attractive pattern of blue and red markings on the dorsal, anal, and caudal fins. The lips are blue. The …

Hikari Yellow Danio (Danio sp.'Hikari Yellow')

This is believed to be the male of the same species as Danio sp.'hikari yellow'. A very pretty danio that is quite rare in the trade. They should be kept in a group and make ideal inhabitants for a community tank …

Peacock Goby (Tateurndina ocellicauda)

Stunningly coloured, when kept well these fish are veritable jewels. They have blue, red, and yellow speckles all over the body and fins. The female has a more rounded belly than the male, but otherwise the two sexes are quite …

Bearded Corydoras (Scleromystax barbatus)

A large, robust species similar to Corydoras in most ways but better suited to fairly large aquaria where they will have adequate swimming space and preferably soft sand for burrowing into. Scleromystax barbatus is sexually dimorphic. Males have more complex …

Oligancistrus sp. (L030)

An attractive little catfish that is fairly widely sold and does well in clean, mature aquaria. Essentially dark grey with small, widely spaced white spots. A feature of this catfish (and L016) is that the dorsal fin and adipose fin …

Silver Tetra (Tetragonopterus argenteus)

A large, silver tetra that can be easily mistaken for a small silver dollar or even a piranha. Charcateristic features are black band running though the eye and a matching black spot on the base of the tail. The pelvic …

Multi (Neolamprologus multifasciatus)

A small, pinkish-brown cichlid with blue eyes and numerous thin brown vertical stripes on its flanks. Sexing them is hard. Males are bigger than females, and "pairs" may be seen hovering over the same shell (these fish are harem spawners …

Orange-spotted Snakehead (Channa pulchra)

A fairly small snakehead with a greyish-green body marked with small black speckles and a single row of orange spots along the flank. The pectoral fins are prettily marked with concentric light and dark bands. There is a black spot …

Dwarf Loach/ Chain Loach (Ambastaia sidthimunki)

Yasuhikotakia (formerly Botia) sidthimunki is commonly known as the Chain Loach due to the distinctive marking of a dark chain like pattern which runs along the top of the body whilst the underside of these fish is almost silver …

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