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Aquatropic, December 20, 2016

Nothing says holidays like the color of this male Delta Super Dumbo Ear Betta. This fish will make an good addition to a community tank or in a small tank alone.

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Aquatropic, December 19, 2016

Just a reminder that our Holiday Store Hours are as follows: Thursday, December 22 - Closed for local shoppers. Friday, December 23 - 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. Monday, December 26 - Closed. Monday, January 2 - Closed. To all of you, Happy Holidays and Best Wishes from Aquatropic.

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Acarichthys geayi bandit cichlid
Aquatropic, December 15, 2016

Looking for some different fish to help spice up your tank? Check out some of these great suggestions. The Bandit Cichlid has very cool facial markings, which helped give them the name “bandit.” In the wild they are found in harems (2 females to every male) and this can be replicated in home aquariums as long as they are large enough.

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Aquatropic, December 14, 2016

There is nothing more electrifying than this Electric Blue Lobster. Its blue hue will make it standout in the substrate of an aquarium. It should be kept in an aquarium that contains rock and/or driftwood to provide shelter.

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Geophagus surinamensis cichlid eartheater redstriped
Aquatropic, December 8, 2016

With its long, delicate fins, colored a beautiful bright red and adorned with opalescent blue spots and stripes, the Red Stripe Eartheater makes for a spectacular addition to the home aquarium—a fish that would look just as natural on a coral reef as it does in its native habitat in South America.

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