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Horadandia atukorali
Aquatropic, September 27, 2018

When it comes to small schooling fishes, aquarists should be well-familiar with groups like tetras and danios and rasboras, but what, pray tell, is a carplet?

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Bettas splendens roundtail metallic marble female pair e  1
Aquatropic, September 21, 2018

When present in a tank, no passerby is able to ignore the presence of the beautiful Roundtail Metallic Marble male and female betta fish. Through the magic of Photoshop we were able to place these magnetic betta fish together.

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Dawkinsia filamentosus filamentosus  1
Aquatropic, September 20, 2018

In 2012, a major morphological study appeared which examined the evolutionary relationship of a large group of barbs from South Asia that had at the time been lumped together into a single cumbersome genus, Puntius.

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Macrobrachium scabriculum  2
Aquatropic, September 17, 2018

We just added a few items to our livestock like the Chameleon shrimp (Macrobrachium scabriculum). This shrimp comes to us from India.

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Lepidiolamprologus hecqui
Aquatropic, September 13, 2018

Hecq’s Shelldweller is one of the many small, elongated cichlids from Lake Tanganyika that have taken to breeding in the shells of a single species of large resident snail, Neothauma tanganyicense.

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