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Betta 2

$28.00
Earn 28 FBPoints.
Size : 1.5″ – 2″ Minimum Tank Size: 5 gallons Care Level: Easy Temperament: Peaceful if given the right tank mates. They will become aggressive with other males and females. They may also become aggressive towards other fish with large fins such as guppies, angelfish and others. Water Conditions: 75-81° F, KH 3-5, pH 6.5-7.5 Max. Size: 2.5″ Color Form: Multicolor Diet: Require a well-balanced diet that is rich in protein because they are primarily carnivores (such as bloodworms, daphnia, mosquito larvae, brine shrimp and smaller fish species) Compatibility: It is possible to keep bettas with other fish. However, it won't work in every scenario, and in some circumstances, your betta will prefer to live on their own. Origin: Thailand Family: Osphronemidae Lifespan: 3-5 years Aquarist Experience Level: Beginner

Betta 6

$28.00
Earn 28 FBPoints.
Size : 1.5″ – 2″ Minimum Tank Size: 5 gallons Care Level: Easy Temperament: Peaceful if given the right tank mates. They will become aggressive with other males and females. They may also become aggressive towards other fish with large fins such as guppies, angelfish and others. Water Conditions: 75-81° F, KH 3-5, pH 6.5-7.5 Max. Size: 2.5″ Color Form: Multicolor Diet: Require a well-balanced diet that is rich in protein because they are primarily carnivores (such as bloodworms, daphnia, mosquito larvae, brine shrimp and smaller fish species) Compatibility: It is possible to keep bettas with other fish. However, it won't work in every scenario, and in some circumstances, your betta will prefer to live on their own. Origin: Thailand Family: Osphronemidae Lifespan: 3-5 years Aquarist Experience Level: Beginner

Betta 9

$28.00
Earn 28 FBPoints.
Size : 1.5″ – 2″ Minimum Tank Size: 5 gallons Care Level: Easy Temperament: Peaceful if given the right tank mates. They will become aggressive with other males and females. They may also become aggressive towards other fish with large fins such as guppies, angelfish and others. Water Conditions: 75-81° F, KH 3-5, pH 6.5-7.5 Max. Size: 2.5″ Color Form: Multicolor Diet: Require a well-balanced diet that is rich in protein because they are primarily carnivores (such as bloodworms, daphnia, mosquito larvae, brine shrimp and smaller fish species) Compatibility: It is possible to keep bettas with other fish. However, it won't work in every scenario, and in some circumstances, your betta will prefer to live on their own. Origin: Thailand Family: Osphronemidae Lifespan: 3-5 years Aquarist Experience Level: Beginner
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Blue Axelrodi Rasbora

$1.20
Earn 1 FBPoints.
Size: Approx. 0.5″ Minimum Tank Size: 10 gallons Care Level: Easy Temperament: Peaceful Aquarium Hardiness: Hardy Water Conditions: 73-7.9° F, KH 2-5, pH 4.0-6.5 Max. Size: Approx 0.8" Color Form: They have amazing colors of blue-green spangled bodies while males have some reddish area on their lower body. Diet: Omnivore Compatibility: Suitable for peaceful community tanks Origin: Greater Sunda Islands of Borneo and Sumatra Family: Characidae Lifespan: 2-5 years Aquarist Experience Level: Beginner
Tropical Fish - Clown Loach
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Clown Loach

$7.80$9.80
Earn up to 9 FBPoints.

The Clown Loach (Botia macracantha) is a peaceful schooling fish native to the inland waters in Indonesia on the islands of  Sumatra and Borneo.

In their native habitat, the Clown Loach is found in fast moving streams with water temperature ranges between 77 and 86 °F, a pH between 5.0 and 8.0, and water hardness between 5 and 12 dH. For a good portion of the year, monsoons force the Clown Loach into blackwater river areas and murky water conditions encountered when the plains become flooded.

Clown Loaches get their name from their bright colors.  The main body is light to bright orange with three wide black, triangular, vertical bands that gives it it’s unmistakeable appearance.  The front band runs from the top of the head through the eye, the middle band runs between the head and the dorsal fin and wraps around the body, and the rear band wraps around the caudal and anal fins around the body.  Clown Loaches are wide bodied fish that have a large moveable spine set in a groove below each of the fish’s eyes that is used for defense and holding onto rocks in swift currents.

Clown Loaches are shy fish and benefit from having live plants and river rocks in the aquarium to hide amongst. They appreciate having caves, holes, driftwood and other hiding places strategically positioned around heavy aquarium plantings.

The Clown Loach is one of the “must have” fish for tropical fish keeping enthusiasts. They get along well with most other members of a community tank and have some interesting habits like swimming upside down or on their sides, and laying on their sides and  “playhing dead” on the botttom of the tank.  This is normal behavior for these fish.

Unlike most nocturnal loaches, Clown Loaches are active during the day but need cover, and shy away from bright light.  Because they are schooling fish, they do best in groups of 6 or more individuals and need a large tank with good water movement.  When kept in groups smaller than five, they will spend a lot of time hiding.  Since they grow up to a foot long in their natural environment, a 100 gallon tank or larger is not inappropriate to keep these fish happy. Clown Loaches are susceptible to Ichthyophthirius (ich) or white spot disease when stressed or subjeted to rapid water temperature changes.

Clown Loaches should be fed several small meals throughout the day instead of only once a day.  They are omnivorous and will eat a variety of foods like vegetable flakes, “Pleco tablets”, live, frozen, or freeze-dried worms, brine shrimp, tubifex worms, and banana or other plant matter. Botia macracantha are voracious eaters of those nuisance snails that sometimes sneak into your aquarium on live plants.

Minimum Tank Size: 100 gallons Care Level: Moderate Temperament: Semi-aggressive Aquarium Hardiness:  Very Hardy Water Conditions: 72-86° F, KH 8-12, pH 6.0-7.5 Max. Size: 1′ Color Form: Black, Orange, Red, Tan Diet: Omnivore Compatibility: Good community tank fish Origin: Indonesia Family: Cobitidae Lifespan: 15 years + Aquarist Experience Level: Beginner
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Ember Tetra

$0.80
Size: Approx. 0.5″ Minimum Tank Size: 10 gallons Care Level: Easy Temperament: Peaceful Aquarium Hardiness: Hardy Water Conditions: 68-82° F, KH 4-8, pH 5.5-7.0 Max. Size: Approx 0.8" Color Form: Bright Orange to Bright Red Diet: Omnivore Compatibility: Suitable for peaceful community tanks Origin: South America Family: Characidae Lifespan: up to 2 years Aquarist Experience Level: Beginner
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Filament barb

$2.80
Earn 2 FBPoints.
Size: Approx. 2″ Minimum Tank Size: 40 gallons Care Level: Easy Temperament: Peaceful Aquarium Hardiness: Hardy Water Conditions: 68-79° F, KH 2-15, pH 6.0-7.0 Max. Size: 7" Color Form: Greenish Silver - Gold Diet: Omnivorous. They should be fed a varied diet of flakes, small pellets, frozen and live foods such as daphnia and brine shrimp. Compatibility: Community with no long-finned fish; Large fish community Origin: Southern India Family: Characidae Lifespan: up to 5 years Aquarist Experience Level: Beginner
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Glowlight Danio

$2.00
Earn 2 FBPoints.
Size: Approx. 1″ Minimum Tank Size: 10 gallons Care Level: Easy Temperament: Peaceful, schooling/shoaling Aquarium Hardiness: Hardy Water Conditions: 61-7.9° F, KH 1-12, pH 6.0-8.0 Max. Size: Approx 1.25" Color Form: They have amazing colors of blue-green spangled bodies while males have some reddish area on their lower body. Diet: Micropredator. Will readily accept most dry foods but should be fed a varied diet including frozen and/or live meaty foods of appropriate size. Compatibility: Suitable for peaceful community tanks Origin: Myanmar Family: Cyprinidae Lifespan: 1-3 years Aquarist Experience Level: Beginner
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Kubotai Rasbora

$2.20
Earn 2 FBPoints.
Size: Approx. 0.5″ Minimum Tank Size: 10 gallons Care Level: Easy Temperament: Peaceful, schooling/shoaling Aquarium Hardiness: Hardy Water Conditions: 72-7.9° F, KH 2-10, pH 6.0-7.0 Max. Size: 0.8" Color Form: Sparkling neon green color Diet: Omnivorous. Will readily accept most flake foods and algae wafers, as well as freeze-dried daphnia, bloodworms, tubifex, and brine shrimp Compatibility: Suitable for peaceful community tanks Origin: Thailand Family: Cyprinidae Lifespan: 2-5 years Aquarist Experience Level: Beginner
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Thailand Koi

$10.00$25.00
Earn up to 25 FBPoints.
TROPICAL FISH - ARCHERFISH
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Archerfish

$6.00$30.00
Earn up to 30 FBPoints.
Tank Size: 125 gallons Care Level: Moderate Temperament: Peaceful Aquarium Hardiness: Moderately Hardy Water Conditions: 77-86 °F°, 20 – 30°H, pH 7.0-8.0 Max. Size: 16″ Color Form: Black, Yellow Diet: Omnivore Compatibility: Freshwater or multiple species brackish water tank Origin: Indo Pacific Family: Toxotidae Life Span: 10 years Aquarist Experience Level: Advanced
TROPICAL FISH - CARDINAL TETRA
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Cardinal Tetra

$1.00
Earn 1 FBPoints.
Size : 1" - 1.2" Minimum Tank Size: 15 gallons Care Level: Moderate Temperament: Peaceful Aquarium Hardiness: Less hardy than Neon Tetras Water Conditions: 73-81° F, KH 2-6, pH 5.5-7.5 Max. Size: 3″ Color Form: Iridescent Blue, Red Diet: Omnivore Compatibility: Peaceful, keep with other small tetras Origin: Farm Raised in Europe, Indigenous to South America Family: Characidae Lifespan: Up to 8 years Aquarist Experience Level: Moderate Experience