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Dimidiochromis compressiceps  1
Aquatropic, January 21, 2019

The impressive Compressiceps Albino Cichlids (Dimidiochromis compressiceps) is without a doubt a stunning looking cichlid. This is another aquacultured Malawi cichlid we recently added to our livestock.

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Sahyadria denisonii denison gold roseline edited
Aquatropic, January 17, 2019

When it was first introduced into the aquarium hobby in the 1990s, the Roseline Shark became an instant classic. The species was initially collected heavily from its native habitat, the mountainous upland streams of Southwestern India, but this eventually gave way to its widespread aquaculture.

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Symphysodon aequifasciatus snakeskin yellow  1
Aquatropic, January 14, 2019

We recently received a shipment of Aquacultured Snakeskin Yellow Discus (Symphysodon aequifasciatus) that are in excellent conditions. This is a bright and beautiful fish that measures about 5-6 inches.

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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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