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Frogs, Shrimp, and Snails

African Dwarf Frog

Amano Shrimp

Cherry Shrimp

Red Rili Shrimp

Blue Velvet Shrimp

Orange Shrimp

Bamboo Shrimp

Assassin Snails

Mystery Snails (Jade)

Nerite Snails (Red Spot, Zebra, and Military Helmet)


Red Cap Oranda

Red & Black Oranda

Crown Pearl Scale

Red & White Ryukins




Koi Plakat

Marble Plakat

Strawberry Betta (Betta Albimarginata)

Goruamis and other Anabantoides

Powder Blue Dwarf Female Goruamis

Sunset Honey Gourami

Scarlet Badis


Leopard Cory

Salt and Pepper Cory

Panda Cory

Pygmy Cory

False Julii Cory


L018 Gold Nugget Pleco

L134 Leopard Frog Pleco

L444 Rubberlip Pleco

Common Otocinclus


Borneo Sucker Loach

Kuhli Loach


Blue Diamond Discus

Cobalt Discus

Red Turquoise Discus

Bolivian Ram

German Blue Ram

Gold German Ram

Red Head Tapajos (Locally Bred)


Cardinal Tetras (Wild Brazil)

Diamond Tetra (Wild)

Ember Tetra

Glowlight Tetra

Neon Tetra

Green Neon Tetra (Wild Colombia)

Rummy-Nose Tetra

Flagtail Prochilodus


Neon Green Rasbora

Chili Rasbora

Strawberry Rasbora

Barbs and other Cyprinids

Cherry Barb

Odessa Barb

Siamese Algae Eater

Panda Garra (Wild)

Danios and Minnows

Celestial Pearl Danio

Leopard Danio

Long Fin White Cloud


Assorted Fancy Female Guppies

Assorted Fancy Male Guppies (Yellow Tail, Blue Variegated, Cobra Red, Eclipse, Moscow Black, Moscow Green, Snow White, and Tequila Sunrise)

Hawaii Variatus Platy


Boesemani Rainbows

Millenium Rainbows


Clown Killifish


Orange Medaka Ricefish


Baby Whale (Brienomyrus brachyistius) 

Ornate Bichir

Chameleon Tiny Spiny Eel

Amazon Puffers


Fish pictured from top to bottom: Female Powder Blue Dwarf Gourami, Cobalt and Blue Diamond Discus, Baby Whale, Marble Plakat, Longfin White Cloud, Common Otocinclus, Red Head Tapajo, and Strawberry Betta.












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On 9/4/2021 at 8:35 PM, Just a Pygmy Corydora said:

Which one would be better for my plants? The easy green fert or the root tabs? My crypt is melting so I need to bring it back to life. Thanks! I would also want to know if they are available right now.

Which fertilizer is better for your plants depends on the plants. Some plants perfer nutrient intake through their roots in the substrate. And other pefer nutrient intake from the water colum.

Plants that perfer nutrient intake through their roots would do best with root tabs (amazon swords, crypts, most bulb plants)

Plants that perfer nutrient intake through the water colum would do best with liquad fertilizer like easy green (floating plants, rhizome plants, hornwort)

When buying a plant and your not sure what they perfer. Search it up, or ask about it on the forum! 

Crypts are a heavy root feeder so I would suggets root tabs for these guys. My crypts melted back, so I placed in a few easy root tabs and they have been growing new sprouts!

Easy root tabs are by far one of my favorite aquarium products!

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