Our fish stock list is updated regularly and will be listed as out of stock or removed from the list if it is no longer available. Therefore, if you see it here, there is a very good chance it is in our store unless we happen to sell out before close of business. We will also give sneak peaks of upcoming new arrivals so be sure to check often because the list will always change. And if in doubt, give us a call! We are happy to assist you in your search for the perfect addition to your aquatic family.

Blood Parrots are South American Hybrid Cichlids that come from interbreeding several different fish back in 1986 in Taiwan. Most males are sterile so breeding these in a tank will be challenging.

 

Scientific Name: Amphilophus citrinellus x Heros severus, Amphilophus citrinellus x Paraneetroplus synspilus

Life expectancy: 10-15 years

Size: 7-8 inches

Color: Bright orange, yellow, red (gray is rare)

Diet: Omnivore

Temperament: Peaceful

Temperature: 76- 80F

PH: 6.5-7.4

Hardness: 3.3-6.6 dGH

Suggested Tank Mates: Angelfish, medium tetra, danio, catfish, plecos, gourami, some african cichlids (comparable size and temperament, fire mouth cichlids, barbs. 

 

 

Blood Parrots are South American Hybrid Cichlids that come from interbreeding several different fish back in 1986 in Taiwan. Most males are sterile. 

 

Scientific Name: Amphilophus citrinellus x Heros severus, Amphilophus citrinellus x Paraneetroplus synspilus

Life expectancy: 10-15 years

Size: 7-8 inches

Color: Bright orange, yellow, red (gray is rare)

Diet: Omnivore

Temperament: Peaceful

Temperature: 76- 80F

PH: 6.5-7.4

Hardness: 3.3-6.6 dGH

 

 

Males are deep red with a gold base under the scales, while females are yellow-gold with zig-zagging red lines along the lower half of the body. 

The fish are omnivorous and should be kept with more females than males for optimum colors to show as males tend to show off for mates around sunrise. They require clean water but tolerate a wide variety of water parameters. 

 

Scientific Name: Glossolepis pseudoincisus

Life expectancy: 5 yrs

Size: 5 inches

Color: Bright orange, yellow, red (gray is rare)

Diet: Omnivore

Temperament: Peaceful

Temperature: 70- 80F

PH: 7 - 8

Tank Mates: most medium sized fish with the same water parameters, danios, barbs, tetra, rams, acara

 

 

 

Lake Tanganyika cichlids that are rock dwellers. They do best kept in pairs with other fish from the same area in a sandy substrate. The more yellow they are the more shallow the water they were found, deeper water yields deeper colors. They can be in a community tank and usually don't bother anyone unless breeding. Females are larger than males. They will eat plants!

 

Scientific Name: Julidochromis Regani 

Life expectancy: 

Size: 12 inches but rarely gets past 6 in aquariums and are most likely to be around half that size on average. 

Color: Yellow with black stripes

Diet: Omnivore

Temperament: Peaceful but territorial

Temperature: 76- 80F

PH: 8.2- 9.0

 

 

 

Green Phantom Pleco

Known as the pea puffer, Indian dwarf puffer, Malabar puffer, and pygmy puffer – is the smallest pufferfish in the world and comes from fully freshwater environments in the southwestern tip of India. Growing only to one inch long, they are usually not available in pet store chains. When choosing your pet puffer, make sure to pick a healthy fish with a nicely rounded belly. Males tend to have a dot or stripe on their belly and deeper color. They are best kept in heavily planted tanks with 2 females to 1 male to cut down on aggression. 

 

Scientific Name: Carinotetraodon travancoricus 

Life expectancy: 4 - 5 years

Size: 1 - 1 1/2 inches

Color: green with black and gold 

Diet: Carnivore

Temperament: aggressive

Temperature: 72 - 82F

PH: 6.5-8.4

Hardness: 5 - 15 KH 

Suggested Tank Mates: Not advisable 

 

 

Green Phantom Pleco is an interesting freshwater fish that is kept by many aquarium owners. They are attractive-looking fish and are fairly peaceful. They don’t have complex care requirements and can easily live in your tank. Their size makes them a preferred pleco choice for most aquarists. They love caves and plenty of places with shadows because they don't see very well.

 

Scientific Name: Hemiancistrus subviridis

Life expectancy: 10-15 years

Size: about 6 inches

Color: Green with yellow dots on it's head and body but not tail

Diet: Omnivore

Temperament: Peaceful

Temperature: 72- 80F

PH: 6-7.5

Suggested Tank Mates: Angelfish, other plecos, gourami, discus, Apistogramma, German Blue Ram