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  1. Hey, So I have a 40 gallon planted. I am looking for a interesting fish with a personality sort of like a dojo loach. Any ideas? Something around 4 inches or so. Thanks.
  2. Hi! just wanted to see if anyone had any thoughts or experience with a Some of fish I’ve been interested in but haven’t been able to definitively answer some questions from just online searching. Please feel free to chime in about notable behaviors or experiences unrelated to the questions 🙂 blue neon goby- how important is high water flow? I know many of the high water flow species can do well in slower waters as long as oxygen levels are high so was hoping these would be similar. Butterfly Gobies- I see they are actually wasp fish but they have been listed as fresh water on many online sights. But most people keep them in brackish or even marine from what I’ve seen on YouTube. Is this the best way of doing so? And when do you know you should transition the fish into brackish if it came in freshwater? South American Green darter tetras- these look awesome and just found out about them so wanted to know if anyone breeds them or has found how they do in smaller groups rather than large as they’re quite expensive Pom Pom crabs- has anyone gotten to live longer than a year :/? Also would be interested in getting a few for my girlfriends 5.5gal solo act betta tank that’s decently planted but am concerned they’d get their Pom poms nipped off. It is a female betta who has not interacted with anything but snails yet. rhino pleco- can’t seem to find a definitive size range, see anything from 6”-11” and don’t know what to believe. Does anyone have an adult they’ve had for awhile now or now for sure? sorry for long post, can’t wait to Hopefully read some responses :)!
  3. Frogs, Inverts, and Snails African Dwarf Frog Amano Shrimp Cherry Shrimp Orange Shrimp Red Rili Shrimp Yellow Rice Shrimp Assassin Snails Nerite Snails (Red Spot and Zebra) Bettas Veiltail Crowntail Halfmoon Halfmoon Dumbo Ear Nemo Koi Gouramis Powder Blue Dwarf Female Gourami Sparkling Gourami Cichlids African Butterfly Cichlids (Really cool easy cichlid to breed) Pearlscale Gold Marble Angelfish Apistograma Borellii "Blue" Apistograma Cacatuoides "Orange Flash" Apistograma Cacatuoides "Super Red" German Blue Ram Assorted Small Discus (Red Melon) Corydoras Albino Cory (Tank Raised) Pygmy Cory (Wild) Corydoras Similis (Tank Raised) Plecos L066 King Tiger L134 Leopard Frog L200 Green Phantom Other Catfish Marble Hoplo Catfish (Tank Raised) Dwarf Petricola (Tank Raised) Loaches Angelicus Loach (aka Burma Border Loach) Reticulated Hillstream Loach Tetras Cardinal Tetra (Wild Brazil) Congo Tetras (Male) Candy Cane Tetra Ember Tetra Green Neon Tetra (Wild Colombia) Neon Tetra Rummy-Nose Tetra (Tank Raised) Marble Hatchetfish (Wild) Marthae Hatchetfish (Wild Colombia aka Black Winged Hatchetfish) Rasboras Chili Rasbora Emerald Eye Rasbora Exclamation Point Rasbora Other Cyprinids Siamese Algae Eater (Tank raised) Roseline Shark (Tank raised) Panda Garra (Wild) Danios and other Minnows Zebra Danio Long Fin White Cloud Livebearers Assorted Male Endlers Assorted Fancy Female Guppies Assorted Fancy Male Guppies (Red Snakeskin, Blue Variegated, Eclipse, Gold Panda, and Tequila Sunrise) Mosaic Dumbo Ear Guppy Trios (Locally Bred) Gold Lyretail Molly Green Sailfin Molly Red Swordtail Rainbows Neon Dwarf Rainbow Red Neon Rainbow (Pseudomugil Luminatus) Killifish Chocolate Australe Killi Pairs Oddballs Blue Neon Goby Glass Goby African Brown Knife Pea Puffers Fish from top to bottom: Blue Neon Goby, Mosaic Dumbo Ear Guppy, Nemo Koi Betta, Chocolate Australe Killi, Green Sailfin Molly, Marble Hoplo Catfish, Marthae Hatchetfish, African Butterfly Cichlid, Glass Goby
  4. Some really cool oddballs in this one! Frogs, Inverts, and Snails African Dwarf Frogs Amano Shrimp Cherry Shrimp Orange Shrimp Red Rili Shrimp Blue Velvet Shrimp Bamboo Shrimp Assassin Snail Assorted Mystery Snails Nerite Snails (Red Spot and Zebra) Bettas Halfmoon Halfmoon Dumbo Ear Gouramis and other Anabantoides Powder Blue Dwarf Female Gourami Sunset Honey Gourami Black Tiger Dario (Wild) Cichlids German Blue Rams Corydoras Adolfoi Cory (Tank Raised) Orange Laser Cory Panda Cory (Tank Raised) Sterbai Cory (Tank Raised) False Julii (Tank Raised) Plecos L018 Gold Nugget Pleco L124 Colombian Para Pleco L260 Queen Arabesque Common Colombian Otocinclus (Back in Stock) Other Catfish Dwarf Anchor Catfish Tetras Cardinal Tetra (Wild Brazilian) Ember Tetra Green Neon Tetra (Wild Colombia) Neon Tetra Pristella Tetra Rummy-Nose Tetra (Tank Raised) One-Lined Pencilfish (Wild, new fish for the shop and swim almost vertical) Red Arc Pencilfish (Wild Peru) Rasboras Neon Green Rasbora Chili Rasbora Strawberry Rasbora Danios and other Cyprinids Zebra Danio Celestial Pearl Danio Reticulated Siamese Algae Eater Livebearers Assorted Endlers Male and Female Assorted Fancy Guppy Female Assorted Fancy Guppy Male (Yellow Tail, Falmingo, Eclipse, Leopard Tuxedo, and Red Mosaic Tuxedo) Metallic Livebearer (Cool small species and new to the shop) Black Lyretail Molly Assorted Sailfin Molly (Black Marble, Dalmation, and Red Leopard) Red Swordtail Rainbows Neon Dwarf Rainbow Thread Fin Rainbow Oddballs Albino Senegal Bichir Crocodile Toothpick Fish (Tiny and eats only live tiny food) Glass Goby (Super cool looking schooling goby!) Ornate Rainbow Goby Pea Puffer Fish pics from top to bottom: Glass Gobies, Crocodile Toothpick Fish, Metallic Livebearer, Red Arc Pencilfish, One Lined Pencilfish, Assorted Sailfin Mollies, Black Tiger Dario and Blue Velvet Shrimp, Red Swordtails.
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