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Pet African Flameback Dwarf Angelfish For Sale This Dwarf Saltwater Angelfish is one of the smallest of the Centropyge family. All of the pygmy or Dwarf Angelfish in the Centropyge genus are among the hardiest in the entire Angelfish family...
An excellent addition for the larger home aquarium, the Asfur Angelfish makes a great addition to a fish only aquarium. It is not a good idea to mix full size angelfish with each other unless the aquarium is 180 gallons or more but can be mixed with...
The Beau Gregory Damselfish is a fairly deep-bodied, oval, laterally compressed bony fish, and grows to about 10 cm (3.9 in) long. It is rather variable in colour, but is generally dark blue or brown along the top of the head and the ridge of...
Black Bar Chromis For Sale The Black Bar Chromis (Chromis retrofasciata) is one of the few Chromis that are found alone in the wild. Many other Chromis species like to form very large schools, yet this species is happy alone or with just 2 or 3 friends...
Pet Lemonpeel Hybrid Angelfish For Sale Most of these saltwater fish have a yellow-ish anterior color, like the Lemonpeel Angelfish, and a dark or black tail, like the Half-Black Angelfish. Pet Lemonpeel Hybrid Angelfish are a cross between a Halfblack...
Pet Blue Assessor for Sale Assessors are one of the best reef aquarium fish in the hobby. They are frequently seen hanging around in caves, overhangs and other shaded areas of the aquarium. Quite often they will do this upside down or vertically. This...
The Blue Damselfish can grow to be over 2 inches from snout to tail. It is bright blue in color; the male has a yellow snout and tail, and the female and juvenile usually lack yellow but have a black spot at the base of the back edge of the dorsal fin...
Most gobies stay toward the lower portion of the aquarium, hiding in the rock work, but some species (most notably the shrimp gobies) prefer to dig themselves little burrows. Aquarists typically provide them with a fine-grained substrate to prevent...
Most gobies stay toward the lower portion of the aquarium, hiding in the rockwork, but some species (most notably the shrimp gobies) prefer to dig themselves little burrows. Aquarists typically provide them with a fine-grained substrate to prevent...