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New fish for the week of 4/12-4/18

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Frogs, Shrimp, and Snails

African Dwarf Frog

Amano Shrimp (Large and Small this week)

Blue Wood Shrimp (Hard to get right now)

Bamboo Shrimp

Cherry Shrimp

Orange Shrimp

Red Rili Shrimp

Blue Velvet Shrimp

Nerite Snails (Red Onion)

Mystery Snail (Albino Mystery Snail)

Assassin Snails


Assorted Small Koi (around 4 inches in length)


Plakat Copper Candy

Plakat Copper Mustard

Plakat Copper Yellow

Gouramis and other Anabantoides

Powder Blue Dwarf Female Gouramis

Black Tiger Darion (Wild)


Apistogramma Agassizii "Fire Red"

Bolivian Ram 

German Blue Ram

Albino Threadfin Heckeli (Pretty cool looking)

Corydoras and other Catfish

Adolfoi Cory

Salt and Pepper Cory

Panda Cory

Sterbai Cory

False Julii Cory

Pygmy Cory (Wild)

Dwarf Anchor Catfish


L129 Colombian Zebra Pleco

L018 Gold Nugget Pleco

L066 King Tiger Pleco

LDA74 Blue Medusa Pleco

L128 Blue Phantom Pleco

L200 Hi Fin Green Phantom Pleco

L114 Red Fin Sternella Pleco



Kuhli Loach

Pygmy Multi Stripe Loach


Cardinal Tetra (Wild Brazil)

Congo Tetra (Male)

Ember Tetra

Glowlight Tetra

Green Neon Tetra (Wild Colombia)

Neon Tetra

Red Phantom Tetra (Wild Colombia)

Rummy Nose Tetra


Chili Rasbora

Exclamation Point Rasbora

Pork Chop Rasbora

Strawberry Rasbora

Barbs and other Cyprinids

Hi Fin Rosy Barbs

Strawberry Tiger Barb

Burmese Trout

Reticulated Siamese Algae Eater

Roseline Sharks


Celestial Pearl Danio

Kyathit Danio

Celestial Pearl Danio

Blue Hillstream Trout


Assorted Female Guppies

Assorted Male Guppies (Flamingo, Cobra Blue, Leopard Tuxedo, Red Mosaic Tuxedo, and Yellow Tail Tuxedo)

Gold Metallic Spotted Sailfin Molly

Black Lyretail Molly

Teapot Wagtail Platy

Hawaii Variatus Platy

Red Swordtail

Silver Halfbeak


Neon Dwarf Rainbow

Threadfin Rainbow


Filamentosa Killi Pairs

Norman's Lampeye Killifish


Elephant Nose

Blue Neon Goby

Lipstick Goby

Pea Puffer


Fish listed from top to bottom: Hawaii Variatus Platy, Strawberry Tiger Barb, Burmese Trout, Blue Hillstream Trout, Silver Halfbeaks, Albino Threadfin Heckeli, Assorted Small Koi, and Reticulated Siamese Algae Eater










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@ToasterNWI would keep them in similar parameters to that of a giant danio or other high end danios like the hill trout species. Roughly looking at low to mid 70s with neutral pH with some added buffering to the water. Good flow and and high oxygen would be good especially for an adult. Food wise these fish are eating anything we throw in the tank even flake food. From observation I would say no need to school these as they seem to not care for each other.

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