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New fish for the week of 6/14-6/20

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Frogs, Shrimp, and Snails

African Dwarf Frog

Amano Shrimp

Cherry Shrimp

Orange Shrimp

Red Rili Shrimp

Yellow Shrimp

Blue Velvet Shrimp

Assassin Snails

Nerite Snails (Red Spot and Zebra)

Assorted Mystery Snails


Red Fantails

Sarasa Comet


Nemo Koi 

Galaxy Koi


Sunset Honey Gourami

Pearl Gourami


Apistogramma Agassizii "Fire Red"

Apistogramma Borelii "Opal"

Apistogramma  Trifasciata

White Zebra Angelfish

German Blue Ram

Firemouth Cichlids


Leopard Cory

Pygmy Cory "Wild"

Sterbai Cory

False Julii Cory


L128 Blue Phantom Pleco

Clown Pleco

L444 Rubberlip

Common Otocinclus

Bumblee Bee Otocinclus (Peru)


Black Kuhli Loach

Reticulated Hillstream Loach

Yo-Yo Loach

Cardinal Tetras

Cardinal Tetra (Wild Colombia)

Green Neon Tetra (Wild Colombia)

Diamond Tetra

Neon Tetra

Rummy Nose Tetra 

Beckford's Pencilfish

Eques Pencilfish (Wild)

Black Spot Hatchetfish 


Neon Green Rasbora

Chili Rasbora

Pork Chop Rasbora

Exclamation Point Rasbora

Barbs and other Cyprinids

Odessa Barb

Reticulated Siamese Algae Eater

Danios and other Minnows

Giant Danio

Celestial Pearl Danio

Gold White Cloud


Assorted Fancy Female Guppies

Assorted Fancy Male Guppies (Neon Red Dragon, Blue Variegated, Cobra Green, Eclipse, Flamingo, Luminous Purple, Snow White, and Tequila Sunrise)

Showa Tricolor Platy

Red Swordtails (Locally Bred)


Fish listed from top to bottom: Galaxy Koi, Nemo Koi, Black Kuhli Loach, Clown Pleco, Black Spot Hatchetfish, Odessa Barb, Pearl Gourami, and White Zebra Angelfish.



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@Fish FolkI really haven't heard much on breeding bettas from customers. If I do hear about and or approached about locally bred bettas the parents are usually coming from Asia such as Thailand specifically. I do wanna say though on one account the female betta was bought from a super store but the male from Thailand.

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Really enjoying the Bumblebee Otos I picked up from you guys from this shipment!  They seem like the perfect addition to my Caridina shrimp tank.  I have read about how difficult they can be to keep and that they tend not to eat prepared food but I usually see 2 or 3 of them sitting in the shrimp feeding bowl mopping up what is left after the shrimp have gotten their fill. 





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