We carry several albino specimens of this unmistakable species. Rose colored with pinkish gold highlights along the back, these are truly a sight to behold. The iconic black spots in normal clown knives are faint and barely visible in the albino varieties. Some individuals may have red and orange irises as well.
We carry several full grown flagtails (Semaprochilodus insignis), one of the most graceful aquarium fish available. Adults have a black and orange striped tail resembling a tiger pattern against a sleek metallic body. The fins and head often have orange highlights too. Juveniles have a less pronounced color, being mostly grey, but will get richer colors with age.
We carry several juvenile Indonesian tiger perches (Datnioides microlepis) measuring around 4” in length. We have 3 bar varieties as well as 4 bar varieties. They get to about 9 to 12 inches in the aquarium and although piscivores, are mostly a peaceful fish. Very popular addition to tanks with other non-aggressive, predatory fish.
A unique and uncommon oddball species with a white body and black dots that give it its name. A black spot on the tail is also seen in many specimens. Timid and peaceful, it is suitable for keeping with similar sized fish in a community tank. Grows to about 6" in aquariums.
Also known as the dragon humpback puffer, this is a rarely seen species with a mottled brown and yellow skin pattern native to Southeast Asia. Ambush predators, they typically spend their time inactive on the substrate waiting for prey to come near. Pufferfish of any species should never be exposed to air.
Our platinum grade AAA alligator gars are unparalleled in North America. Flawless, snow-white scales on an elegant, streamlined body make this fish the prized centerpiece of any collection. These fish are active, hardy and swim in all levels of the aquarium. Our single remaining gar is 24" in length and thrives on a diet of Hikari Massivore, shrimp and frozen fish. Stock is limited given the high demand for these beautiful animals.
Our platinum grade AAA red tail catfish are as pristine a fish as you’ll find. A completely ivory-colored body with subtle gold highlights and rose-tinted fins. Slight traces of black or brown colors on the body. Feasting vigorously on Hikari Massivore, bloodworms and smaller fish. Stock is limited, we currently have only one left that is growing fast at 12".
Large, robust diamondback rays with beautiful white patterns and flawless discs. We carry males and females ranging from 4" to 12" in size. All our rays are feeding vigorously on a diet of Hikari Massivore, shrimp and feeder fish.
A rare species of piranha, the violet-line piranha gets its name from a single deep purple line running down its spine. The body is a cold steel grey, which may be accented with small black dots in certain individuals. Although some have kept it successfully in groups, this species is best kept in a solitary tank. Reaches a maximum size of about 10”, although most stay below 8”.
Also known as the green tiger piranha, this species is easily identified by a vivid streak of orange running along the throat and gills. Highly aggressive, these fish are best kept alone and require pristine water quality.
Also known as the giant pangasius (Pangaius sanitwongsei), the shortbody paroon shark is a massive catfish from Southeast Asia with a jet black and silver body. Similar to the iridescent shark but stockier in appearance. Can grow up to 2 meters in length in the wild.
A popular species that does equally well in freshwater and brackish water. Recognized by the black spots contrasting its silver body. Be careful when handling, as its anterior fins can produce a painful sting.
Our superwhite diamondback stingrays stand out from all other stingrays. Numerous perfectly symmetrical, snow-white spots that stand out against a jet black body. Patterning will get more vivid with age. Males and females available, both measuring 6-8” in diameter. All our rays thrive on a diet of Hikari Massivore, shrimp and frozen fish.
One of the only species of moray eels to inhabit true freshwater environments. A seldom-seen species in the hobby, it is recognizable by its gold body and dark brown jaguar-like pattern. Will grow to 2-3 feet in length and prey on smaller fish.