Quality, Variety, and Service
second to none.

Aquatropic provides the fresh-water aquarium industry with a quickly growing variety of excellent quality fish, plants, and equipment. As our business develops we will continue to focus on the keys to our success, Quality, Variety, and Service, second to none.

Featured Products

Whether it's a plant that's popular or a fish that's fabulous, our biologists hand pick a few stock items every week for this list. Add these to your order and you won't be disappointed.

Aquatropic Ecoscape - Stones

Aquatropic Ecoscape brings you hand selected rocks and wood from around the world. Available in three distinct collections of unique appearance—Monument, Canyon, and Biotope. You are sure to find the perfect focal piece for your artistic creation.

Borneo Panda Crab

We just added to our livestock list the  Borneo Panda Crab (Geosesarma sp.). This cute looking cab can measure up to about 1 inch, which is perfect to keep in a small aquarium. Set-up its new home in a beach like environment so it could enjoy the water and have a section to stay dry.   

Staurogyne repens

Don't forget that we carry a variety of plants from Tropica's 1-2-3 GROW! line. The Staurogyne repens plant is an easy and hardy plant for any hobbyist. This is a great choice for anyone looking for a leafy green plant with a slow grow rate.

Latest news from Aquatropic

A Collection of recent and relevant news from around the aquarium world, some industry insights and our famous species profiles from the in house team of experts.

Black Diamond Cichlid (Paratilapia polleni)

The cichlid species found in Madagascar are not as well-known as their relatives from Africa and the Americas, but this unique fauna is home to some spectacular and rarely seen aquarium fishes.

Photo of The Week - Rosy Loach (Petruichtys sp.)

We just added to our livestock the active and personable Rosy loach (Petruichtys sp.). This loach can make the perfect addition to a planted and nano sized aquarium tanks.

Silver Vieja (Maskaheros argenteus)

For most of the twentieth century, our knowledge when it came to how Neotropical cichlids were related to one another remained painfully inadequate. Species tended to get lumped under a few large, catchall names like “Cichlasoma” and “Vieja” and “Paraneetroplus”.