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Blue Back Angelfish (Centropyge colini) Black Bellus Angelfish (Genicanthus bellus) Peppermint Angelfish (Paracentropyge boylei) Nahacky Abei Angelfish (Centropyge abei) Multibarred Angelfish (Paracentropyge multifasciata) Venezuelan Red Sailfin Cory Catfish (Corydoras aeneus Dwarf Pygmy Angelfish (Centropyge argi)
 
Blue Back Angelfish (Centropyge colini) Pair

Blue Back Angelfish (Centropyge colini)

Black & White Bandit Angelfish (Holacanthus arcuatus)

Black & White Bandit Angelfish (Holacanthus arcuatus)

Bellus Angelfish (Genicanthus bellus) Female

Bellus Angelfish (Genicanthus bellus)

Peppermint Angelfish (Paracentropyge boylei)

Peppermint Angelfish (Paracentropyge boylei)

Nahacky's Pygmy Angelfish (Centropyge nahackyi)5

Nahacky’s Pygmy Angelfish (Centropyge nahackyi)

Abei Angelfish (Centropyge abei)

Abei Angelfish (Centropyge abei)

Multibarred Angelfish (Paracentropyge multifasciata)

Multibarred Angelfish (Paracentropyge multifasciata)

Venezuelan Red Sailfin Cory Catfish (Corydoras aeneus Venezuela)

Venezuelan Red Sailfin Cory Catfish (Corydoras aeneus “Venezuela”)

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Dwarf Pygmy Angelfish (Centropyge argi)

Blue Back Angelfish (Centropyge colini) Pair

Blue Back Angelfish (Centropyge colini)

26 December 2020

The Blue Back Angelfish (Centropyge colini) known to tropical fish keeping enthusiasts as Colin’s Pygmy Angelfish, Colin’s Angelfish, and Cocos-Keeling Angelfish is a rare, shy, deepwater, pygmy angelfish found from Indonesia in the Western Pacific, to Fiji in the South Pacific. The Blue Back Angelfish is a very shy, rarely seen species that is usually […]

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Black & White Bandit Angelfish (Holacanthus arcuatus)

Black & White Bandit Angelfish (Holacanthus arcuatus)

25 December 2020

The Black & White Bandit Angelfish (Holacanthus arcuatus) known to tropical fish keeping enthusiasts as the Black Banded Angelfish, Bandit Angelfish, Black Banded Angelfish and Black and White Banded Angelfish is a rare species found along the outer deep water ledges outside of the reefs in the Hawaiian and Johnston Islands in the Pacific Ocean. […]

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Bellus Angelfish (Genicanthus bellus) Female

Bellus Angelfish (Genicanthus bellus)

25 December 2020

The Bellus Angelfish (Genicanthus bellus) known to tropical fish keeping enthusiasts as the Ornate Angelfish is found at depths of 300 feet in the Western Pacific and Indian Oceans, as well as the Phillipine Island chain as far east as Tonga. Although the Bellus Angelfish is not considered a dwarf angel, it is one of […]

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Peppermint Angelfish (Paracentropyge boylei)

Peppermint Angelfish (Paracentropyge boylei)

22 December 2020

The Peppermint Angelfish (Paracentropyge boylei) regarded by tropical fish keeping enthusiasts as the Holy Grail of saltwater fish, is a dwarf deep water species of pygmy angelfish found in the eastern central Pacific around the Cook Islands and Rarotonga in depths between 160, to over 400 feet. A shy species that hides amongst the rocks […]

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Nahacky's Pygmy Angelfish (Centropyge nahackyi)5

Nahacky’s Pygmy Angelfish (Centropyge nahackyi)

15 December 2020

Nahacky’s Pygmy Angelfish (Centropyge nahackyi) is a rare deep water species of pygmy angelfish that is found only at the Johnson Atoll, west of the Hawaiian Islands at depths between 85 to 250 feet. Although a single stray Nahacky’s Pygmy Angelfish that was collected in 1989 in the seaward slopes of the Neritic zone in […]

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Abei Angelfish (Centropyge abei)

Abei Angelfish (Centropyge abei)

12 December 2020

The Abei Angelfish (Centropyge abei) is a super rare dwarf deep water species of pygmy angelfish that have been found from Manado, North Sulawesi, Indonesia to Palau in depths between 300 to 600 feet. Abei Angelfish are believed to be much more widespread, but because of the difficulties of sampling deep reef environments, their precise […]

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Multibarred Angelfish (Paracentropyge multifasciata)

Multibarred Angelfish (Paracentropyge multifasciata)

06 December 2020

Multibarred Angelfish (Paracentropyge multifasciata) known to tropical fish keeping enthusiasts as Many Banded Angelfish, Barred Angelfish, and Multibar Angelfish are found in the East Indian Ocean, Australia, Indonesia, East Pacific, and Central West Pacific Oceans specifically from the Cocos-Keeling Atoll to the Society Islands, north to the Yaeyama Islands, and south to the Great Barrier […]

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Venezuelan Red Sailfin Cory Catfish (Corydoras aeneus Venezuela)

Venezuelan Red Sailfin Cory Catfish (Corydoras aeneus “Venezuela”)

05 December 2020

Although the Venezuelan Red Sailfin Cory Catfish (Corydoras aeneus) or Red Sailfin Venezuelan Cory Catfish is said to be found throughout much of South America from Colombia and Trinidad in the north, to as far south as the Río de la Plata drainage on the border of Uruguay and Argentina; true Corydoras aeneus “venezuela” are […]

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Dwarf Pygmy Angelfish (Centropyge argi)

02 December 2020

The Dwarf Pygmy Angelfish (Centropyge argi) is a popular deep water species known to tropical fish keeping enthusiasts as the Cherub Angelfish, Cherubfish, Pygmy Angelfish, or Atlantic Pygmy is found in the Western Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean, Florida, and the Bahamas. The Dwarf Pygmy Angelfish has a dark royal blue body with a […]

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Flame Angelfish (Centropyge loriculus)

Flame Angelfish (Centropyge loriculus)

25 November 2020

The Flame Angelfish (Centropyge loriculus) known to tropical fish keeping enthusiasts as Flame Angel, Flaming Angelfish, Red Angelfish, and Japanese Pygmy Angelfish was first discovered in the Society Islands in the Pacific Ocean.   They range throughout Western and Central Pacific waters including Belau, Tahiti, the Hawaiian, Marquesas, Marshall, Christmas, and Ducie Islands, as well as […]

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Half Black Angelfish (Centropyge vroliki)

Half Black Angelfish (Centropyge vroliki)

23 November 2020

The Half Black Angelfish (Centropyge vroliki) known to tropical fish keeping enthusiasts as the Half Black Pygmy Angelfish or Pearlscale Angelfish is found in the in the Western Pacific from Japan to the Great Barrier Reef; including the Christmas Islands. Most Half Black Angelfish sold in the aquarium trade are taken from Indonesian and Indian […]

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Heralds Angelfish (Centropyge Heraldi)

Heralds Angelfish (Centropyge Heraldi)

20 November 2020

Heralds Angelfish (Centropyge Heraldi) known to tropical fish keeping enthusiasts as False Lemonpeel Angelfish, Golden Angelfish, Yellow Pygmy Angelfish or Yellow Angelfish are a common dwarf species that range from Central Pacific to Western Pacific waters.   It is found in the Pacific Ocean from Taiwan to the Tuamoto Island, and from Southern Japan to the […]

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Lemonpeel Angelfish (Centropyge flavissimus)

Lemonpeel Angelfish (Centropyge flavissimus)

19 November 2020

The Lemonpeel Angelfish (Centropyge flavissimus) Marshall Islands The Lemonpeel Angelfish (Centropyge flavissimus) known to tropical fish keeping enthusiasts as the Dwarf Lemonpeel Angel is found throughout Indo-Pacific oceans however, specimens have been reported inhabiting the reefs in Kaneohe Bay off Oahu, Hawaii as well as off the coast of Florida.   They are not endemic to the […]

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MBIPIA LUTEA (Mbipia cf. Lutea)

MBIPIA LUTEA (Mbipia cf. Lutea)

23 October 2020

MBIPIA LUTEA (Mbipia cf. Lutea) is a beautiful endangered Hap species that may already be extinct in Lake Victoria.    It is endemic to Lake Victoria where it has been collected from the western park of Speke Gulf and also from the Sengerema region, in Tanzania.   Mbipia Lutea are a shallow water species that frequent […]

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Violet Blushing Shark (Labeo boga)

Violet Blushing Shark (Labeo boga)

07 September 2020

The Violet Blushing Shark (Labeo boga) known to tropical fish keeping enthusiasts as the Violet Shark, Violet-gilled Shark, and Red-gilled Violet Shark is found in Pakistan, India, Nepal, Myanmar, and Bangladesh. The critically endangered Violet Blushing Shark is a peaceful, calm, semi aggressive bottom feeding species that occurs in schools in most of the major […]

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Paroon Shark (Pangasius sanitwongsei)

Paroon Shark (Pangasius sanitwongsei)

05 September 2020

The Paroon Shark (Pangasius sanitwongsei) known to tropical fish keeping enthusiasts as the Hi-fin tiger shark, Iridescent Shark, Giant Pangasius, Chao Phraya Giant Catfish, Pla Tepa, Emperor ID Shark, Hi-Fin Bull Shark, or Hi-fin Pangasius is native to the lower Mekong river which meanders through China, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam and the Chao Phraya […]

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Adult Iridescent Shark (Pangasius hypophthalmus)

Iridescent Shark (Pangasius hypophthalmus)

05 September 2020

The Iridescent Shark (Pangasius hypophthalmus) known to tropical fish keeping enthusiasts as the Mystic Shark, Sutchi Catfish, Pangasius Cat, ID Shark, or Striped Catfish is found in large rivers in the Mekong, Maeklong, and Chao Phraya river basins of Southeast Asia. The Iridescent Shark (Pangasius hypophthalmus) is a migratory species (both a spawning and a […]

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Christmas Fulu (Xystichromis phytophagus)

Christmas Fulu (Xystichromis phytophagus)

25 August 2020

The Christmas Fulu (Xystichromis phytophagus) is a beautiful endangered species that is already considered extinct in Lake Victoria however, it is relatively common in Lake Kanyabooli, in the Kenyan Yala Swamp of Africa. In their natural habitat, Christmas Fulu are polygamous maternal mouth brooders that feed primarily on algae and vegetable matter.   Because they are […]

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The Nitrogen Cycle

07 June 2020

The most common mistake that many beginning tropical fish keeping enthusiasts make is to stock a new tank with as many fish as possible without first establishing a healthy, stable, ecosystem in the aquarium. This is done through a natural process called the Nitrogen cycle. Nitrogen Cycle: All fish release toxic wastes that in an […]

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Fruit Flies (Drosophila melanogaster)

Fruit Flies (Drosophila melanogaster)

22 May 2020

Fruit Flies (Drosophila melanogaster) or Vinegar Flies are often bred by tropical fish keeping enthusiasts to feed topwater species like African Butterfly Fish, Archer Fish, Hatdhetfish, Killifish, etc. Although Fruit Flies are sold in specialty pet shops and online for feeding young praying mantis, small spiders, frogs, fish, and a variety of other small insects, […]

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