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Welcome to the tropical fish finder news service. We aim to be the complete resource for anyone that is keen on fish keeping, and in this section we will give you the latest news from the world of fish keeping as well as any future developments we are planning.
News item | 30 November 2021
We have some amazing auctions over at Sims Tropical Fish right now which end at 8PM on Sunday 8th December. Have a browse through: Click HERE to view auctions.
News item | 22 November 2021
Freshwater and brackish goby species are not nearly as numerous as their marine cousins, but many of them are well suited to captivity. The goby family (Gobiidae) is one
News item | 30 October 2021
Killifish is a term that relates to fish of the order cyprinidontiformes. In total there are around 1,300 species of killifish. They are popular in the aquarium trade for
News item | 30 August 2021
Lake Tanganyika is over 400 miles long and is the second largest freshwater lake in the world. The lake spans over four countries; Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of the
News item | 24 July 2021
Gymnarchus niloticus (Aba, Aba Aba, Upside Down Knifefish)
Here we have a very large knifefish more commonly seen in public aquaria- it’s body is elongate and compressed from side to
News item | 03 July 2021
We have some wonderful fish available within our auction section, this week including a stunning 14 inch Golden High ack Asian Arowana, male and female Black Diamond Stingray, 6
News item | 02 July 2021
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News item | 19 June 2021
There is always a really great range of L Number Places available with Sims Tropical. Below is a small sample list of the range you will find online.
News item | 21 May 2021
The Brown Hoplo (Hoplosternum littorale) is actually a good place to start. It's a member of the Callichthyidae, the same family that contains the Corydoras catfish so popular with
News item | 19 May 2021
Free delivery is now available on all orders over £100 in the UK with our standard overnight courier services. Don't worry, Insured and Premium UK delivery services are also
News item | 12 May 2021
Bagrichthys macracanthus, commonly known as the Black Lancer Catfish, is a very distinctive and handsome catfish. This species is sooty-black in colour with a prominent white band running from
News item | 01 May 2021
Brackish Water Fishes
Brackish water fishes are those species that inhabit the middle zone between rivers and the sea. Some of them spend their time in freshwater environments when young,
News item | 23 April 2021
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News item | 10 April 2021
We have a stunning selection of fish within our 'Auctions' section this week.
Bidding is simple, email your highest bid by clicking HERE and don't forget to type your
News item | 02 April 2021
This highly sought after fish is dark grey to black and has bright turquoise coloured eyes. It is a herbivorous freshwater armored catfish endemic to Colombia. There are no
News item | 22 March 2021
-THE AUCTIONS LISTED BELOW WILL RUN FROM 8PM ON SUNDAY 21ST MARCH UNTIL 8PM ON SUNDAY 28TH MARCH.
-PHOTOS ARE OF THE ACTUAL FISH THE WINNING BIDDER WILL
News item | 17 March 2021
The Rummynose tetra is a freshwater fish from the Characidae family. There are three very similar species which are all popular and well known in the fish-keeping community and
News item | 12 March 2021
Toadfish and waspfish are distantly related but similar groups of predatory fish found in freshwater, brackish water and saltwater habitats. As the 'toadfish' name suggests, these fish are not
News item | 10 March 2021
Tropical Fish Finder / Sims Tropical Fish proudly present our new 'Auctions' section.
Please feel free to use the 'AUCTIONS' tab at the top of our home page
News item | 20 February 2021
WHAT IS A NANO TANK?
Defining a ‘nano’ tank is tricky, but a good definition might be something that holds around 30 litres (6.5 gallons) or less of water and