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New fish for the week of 4/5-4/11

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Frogs, Shrimp, and Snails

African Dwarf Frogs

Amano Shrimp

Cherry Shrimp

Orange Shrimp

Red Rili Shrimp

Yellow Shrimp

Blue Velvet Shrimp

Bamboo Shrimp

Nerite Snails (Red Spot, Zebra, and Zebra Thorn)

Assorted Mystery Snails


Red Cap Oranda 



Crowntail Black Orchid King


Halfmoon Super

Plakat Alien Blue

Plakat Copper Yellow

Betta Smaragdina (aka Pink Pearl Betta, Wild)

Gouramis and other Anabantoides

Powder Blue Dwarf Female Gouramis

Sunset Honey Gourami

Leopard Bush Fish (Tank Raised)


Apistogramma Borelli "Blue"

Apistogramma Cacatuoides "Super Red"

Golden Dwarf Cichlid

German Blue Ram

Common Kribensis


 Black Caped Cory (Corydoras Brevirostris) NEW

Loreto Cory

Panda Cory

Pygmy Cory (Wild)

Sterbai Cory

False Julii Cory


L114 Red Fin Sternella

Longfin Green Dragon (Locally Bred)

Common Colombian Otocinclus


Kuhli Loach

Reticulated Hillstream Loach


Cardinal Tetra (Wild Brazil)

Ember Tetra

Green Neon Tetra (Wild Colombia)

Neon Tetra

Rummy-Nose Tetra

Silver Tip Tetra

Marble Hatchet Fish (Wild)


Exclamation Point Rasboras

Barbs and other Cyprinids

Cherry Barbs

Rosy Barb

Roseline Shark

Danios and other Minnows

Celestial Pearl Danio

Long Fin Zebra Danio

Gold White Cloud

Vietnam White Cloud


Assorted Male Endlers

Assorted Fancy Female Guppies

Assorted Fancy Male Guppies (Green Lace, Neon Red Dragon, Cobra Red, Blue Variegated, and Neon Metallic Blue)

Koi Tuxedo Guppy Pairs

Showa Tricolor Platy

Assorted Hifin Swordtails


Neon Dwarf Rainbow


P82 Gardneri Killifish Pairs


Silver Datnoid

Lipstick Goby

Peacock Gudgeon

Pea Puffer


Fish listed from top to bottom:  Silver Datnoid, Koi Tuxedo Guppy Pairs, Roseline Shark, Red Cap Oranda, Lip Stick Goby, Loreto Cory, Black Caped Cory, German Blue Ram, P82 Gardneri Killifish Pairs, and Hifin Swordtail




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Edited by Robert
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12 hours ago, Fish Folk said:

And this week's winners are...

Leopard Bush Fish (how big do these guys get??)

Longfin Green Dragon (hats off to maestro Greg Sage)

P82 Gardneri Killifish Pairs (Just. Add. Plants.)

The Leopard Bush Fish has the potential to grow up to 8 inches but little smaller is much more common. Very interesting fish especially if kept in groups. You get to watch them do pack hunting.

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