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Hydrocynus vittatus african tigerfish  2
Aquatropic, January 10, 2019

The Hydrocynus tigerfishes are among the most impressive of Africa’s freshwater fishes. The largest of these, the Goliath Tigerfish (H. goliath), is said to to reach more than four feet in length and over 100 pounds, naturally making it one of the most popular species for sport fishermen.

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Gymnocorymbus ternetzi glofish lft sunberst orange
Aquatropic, January 4, 2019

There's no better way to illustrate our glow of starting the new year than with the Sunburst Orange LFT Glofish (R) (Gymnocorymbus ternetzi). In general, Glofish are great fish for all hobbyist for they are peaceful, hardy and easy to care for.

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Ctenops nobilis  4
Aquatropic, January 3, 2019

Ctenops gracilis goes by a couple of common names. The Noble Gourami references its scientific name, though what its author, 19th-century British naturalist Dr John McClelland, found so noble about this creature isn’t mentioned in his description.

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Neritina sp tiger snal  5
Aquatropic, January 1, 2019

Looking to add enlist a few snails to help keep your aquarium clean before the year ends? How about selecting a few Nerite Tiger Snails (Neritina sp.).

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At ny card
Aquatropic, December 31, 2018

We wish you safe, happy, and prosperous New Year and remind you of our store hours next week. We will be closed on December 31, 2018 and January 1, 2019. Thank You!

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