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  • Assorted Male Guppy (Poecilia reticulata)

    The male guppy, one of the most colorful fish in the freshwater world. These fish come in numerous colors and patterns. A great beginner fish, these fish are wonderful starter fish for all ages.

    A prolific breeder, these fish will easily breed if females are introduced. Make sure you have some hiding spots for the little ones though!

  • Albino Bristlenose Pleco (Ancistrus)

    One of the best algae eaters out there, the bristlenose pleco will surely help clean up your aquarium without you having to get your hands wet too much. These fish come in an albino, common, and darker red color as well. Some even have longer fins.

    These fish are often mistaken for the common pleco which gets much larger than the bristlenose pleco. Topping out at around 6 inches, the males get larger bristles on their face, thus why they are called bristlenose.

  • Ghost/Glass Catfish (Kryptopterus minor)

    Did you see that? Indeed, that is a fish! With all the bones and insides included, these fish have a fitting name, the ghost catfish. They're also called glass catfish.

    Glass catfish are a peaceful fish that enjoy hanging out in larger groups. They are plant friendly and go well in almost any established aquarium.

  • Bala shark (Balantiocheilos melanopterus)

    These large fish are, believe it or not, actually part of the barb family and are not true sharks. Often seen at a small size of 2-3 inches, these silver, shark-like fish can get up to an astonishing 14 inches!

    Care for these guys well though as they have been listed as an endangered species since 2006.

  • Silver Angelfish (Pterophyllum)

    The angelfish is one of the most recognized fish in the entire freshwater world. A popular choice for any community aquarium, these fish come in multiple strands and colors.

    Careful with adding plants with these fish as sometimes they will eat softer plants such as swords, vallisnerias, rotalas, and lotuses.

    The silver angelfish is a unique coloration composing of a dull silver color with distinct black markings. Some even come with pearl-scales.

  • Trilineatus Cory (Corydoras trilineatus)

    The Trilineatus cory is a popular, friendly cory catfish. Great for planted aquariums, corys prefer to be kept in larger groups. Keeping these fish in higher numbers will help their comfort levels in your aquariums.

    When young, these fish will eat a lot, so don't forget to throw in some carnivore wafers for them! Thankfully, they won't eat plants or their tankmates. They do love blackworms though!

  • Panda Cory (Corydoras panda)

    The panda cory is a popular, friendly cory catfish. Great for planted aquariums, corys prefer to be kept in larger groups. Keeping these fish in higher numbers will help their comfort levels in your aquariums.

    When young, these fish will eat a lot, so don't forget to throw in some carnivore wafers for them! Thankfully, they won't eat plants or their tankmates. They do love blackworms though!

  • Gold Tetra (Hemigrammus rodwayi)

    The gold tetra possesses a bit of gold shimmer to it, as well as grey and black. These friendly little tetras like to be kept in groups and are fairly easy to keep.

    They fit easily into a planted aquarium, fake or real. Possible tankmates include small loaches, corydoras, other tetras, danios, and platys.

  • Red Tail Hemiodus (Hemiodus gracilis)

    On the larger side for a tetra, the redtail hemiodus is indeed part of the tetra family. These fish are classified as semi-aggressive but go well with rainbowfish, bala sharks, and angelfish.

    These fish are going to demand a higher water quality than some and should be added later than sooner in a new aquarium.

  • Black Skirt Tetra (Gymnocorymbus ternetzi)

    The black skirt tetra comes in both black and white. When mixed together, these fish make for a really neat looking aquarium! Again, best kept in larger numbers, these fish are a good schooling and beginner fish.

    Though they are a larger bodied tetra, these fish are normally peaceful unlike other tetras with a similar body shape.

  • Black Neon Tetra (Hyphessobrycon herbertaxelrodi)

    The black neon tetra has similar requirements to other smaller tetras such as cardinal tetras, neon tetras, and rummynose. These fish like to be kept in larger groups and go well with plants and other friendly fish.

    Reaching a max size of around 2 inches, a 20 gallon tank makes a good starter for a small school of these fish.

  • Rummynose Tetra (Hemigrammus rhodostomus)

    The rummynose tetra is best known for the bit of red on its face, as well as the distinct black and white markings on its tail. Best kept in groups of 5 or more, these schooling fish work well in planted and fish only aquariums.

    Rummynose tetras can go along with numerous other types of fish such as other tetras, corydoras, loaches, and dwarf cichlids. They even go well with larger fish such as angelfish or discus fish.

    Be mindful when adding these guys to your tank though, as they do best in more establish aquariums.

  • Boesemani Rainbowfish (Melanotaenia boesemani)

    The rainbowfish family come in colors such as red, blue, yellow, and many more! The male boesmani has paler color towards the front of the fish and a bright orange color on the back half. Females are pale but have an irridescent color to them.

    Rainbowfish are an active fish that get along well with barbs, angels, loaches, and many more.

    These fish are best kept with tougher plants such as swords, crypts, anubias, and ferns.

  • Madagascar Rainbowfish (Bedotia geayi)

    The rainbowfish family come in colors such as red, blue, yellow, and many more! Madagascar rainbow males have red on their fins while the females have yellow.

    Rainbowfish are an active fish that get along well with barbs, angels, loaches, and many more.

    These fish are best kept with tougher plants such as swords, crypts, anubias, and ferns.

  • Dwarf Neon Rainbowfish (Melanotaenia praecox)

    The rainbowfish family come in colors such as red, blue, yellow, and many more! The dwarf neon rainbowfish male and female both have turquoise bodies. The males have red fins while the female have yellow.

    Rainbowfish are an active fish that get along well with barbs, angels, loaches, and many more.

    These fish are best kept with tougher plants such as swords, crypts, anubias, and ferns.

  • Turquoise Rainbowfish (Melanotaenia lacustris)  

    The rainbowfish family come in colors such as red, blue, yellow, and many more! The turquoise rainbow male and female both display a beautiful turquoise blue color.

    Rainbowfish are an active fish that get along well with barbs, angels, loaches, and many more.

    These fish are best kept with tougher plants such as swords, crypts, anubias, and ferns.

  • New Guinea Red Rainbowfish (Glossolepis incisus)

    The rainbowfish family come in colors such as red, blue, yellow, and many more! The new guinea red rainbow male displays a solid red while its counterpart is a pale gold color.

    Rainbowfish are an active fish that get along well with barbs, angels, loaches, and many more.

    These fish are best kept with tougher plants such as swords, crypts, anubias, and ferns.

  • Cherry Barb (Puntius titteya)

    These fish come in two different colors. Males display a bright cherry red color, while females are pale yellow. 

    Even though they are a barb, cherry barbs are considered to peaceful though we caution adding with flairing fins and smaller tetras and rasboras.

  • Cardinal Tetra (Paracheirodon axelrodi)

    Cardinal tetras are best known for their popping red and blue colorations. These tetras come straight from the Amazon River in South America

    Best kept in groups of 5 or more, these fish will school together in any community aquarium. They also go well in a heavily planted tank.

    Be careful though as to not mix these guys up with their cousin the neon tetra!