This portal map is meant for an easy introduction to the types of fishes we carry, for your easy referrence.
Labyrinth Fishes: BettasBettas are anabantoids, which means they can breathe atmospheric air using a unique organ called the labyrinth. There are up to 73 recognized species and various grouping by complexes. Usually kept in small tanks for breeding.
Labyrinth Fishes: GouramisSmall species of gourami native to the Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, Borneo as well as Burma. There are several species of these cute small jewels with common name of CHocolate gourami. Mostly found in peat habitats, they do well in soft water tanks and prefer live food.
Labyrinth Fishes: ParosphromenusOne of the smallest yet prettiest genus of gouramis native to South East Asian with up to 20 described species. They are non quarrelsome and an interesting addition to your tank in pairs.
Dwarf Cichlids: ApistogrammaThese beautiful tropica fishes are prized by hobbyists who keep and breed them in pairs. There are as many as 250 species/varieties and more are being discovered yearly from different water bodies in South America. Suitable for planted tank.
Corydoras & PlecosCorydoras is by far the largest genus of Neotropical fishes with more than 142 species, with size ranging from 25 to 120mm. They are generally found in small streams, river margins and ponds.
Click here for Updated Stock ListLast Posted: 22 JULY 2014
Crystal Bee Shrimps & OthersA popular hobby that grew worldwide over the past 10 years, shrimp keeping is fun and calming where you watch they multiplies under the right care!
Algae EatersWe carry standard and exotics algae eating fishes such as otocinclus (spp, zebra, tiger, orange), Starlight bristlenose (L183), red lizards, twigtail catfish, snails among others.