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Large catfishes are definitely a niche item in the aquarium trade. Species like the Red Tail Catfish or Tiger Shovelnose Catfish are aquatic monsters best left for those with enormous, pond-sized aquariums.Continue reading this post
The aquacultured Caudopunctatus cichlid (Neolamprologus caudopunctatus) is another African cichlid we just added to our livestock. In the wild it naturally occurs in the Tangayika lake on the Zambia shore.Continue reading this post
This will be an aquatic story of mistaken identity (a common theme in the aquarium trade). The Glass Catfish is an unmistakable species, beloved by generations of aquarists for its beautifully transparent body and graceful manner of swimming.Continue reading this post
The average home aquarium is pretty small, usually not more than 30-50 gallons, if not smaller still, making them suitable only for those species that won’t outgrow such tight confines. But there’s an unfortunate notion among many novice aquarists that fish will only grow to the size of their surroundings.Continue reading this post
The Gardeneri Killifish is hardy and relatively peaceful fish that is suited for most hobbyists. It can grow up about 3 inches, so it doesn't need a big aquarium to house it. It does well in planted aquariums.Continue reading this post