New Arrivals Saltwater

Saltwater Saturday 2/26/22

What do fairies, angels, and dragons have in common? They’re all newcomers this week to Forest Lake Pets! Who knew Saltwater Saturday could be so dreamy. Full list of arrivals below.

Strawberry Pseudochromis
Green Mandarin Dragonet
Powder Blue Tang
Powder Brown Tang
Clown Tang
Emperor Angel
Social Fairy Wrasse
Banana Wrasse
Melanarus Wrasse
Blue Stripe Dottyback

Candy Cane Pistol Shrimp
Reef Abalone
Astrea Snail
Spider Decorator Crab
Nassarius Snail

Freshwater New Arrivals

New Fish Friday 2/25/22

Quite the assortment of freshwater arrivals this week. Check out the full list below!

Motoro Stingray (Wild Caught)
Silver Arowana
Silver Barracuda
Red Tail Hemiodus
Red Fin Prochilodus
Flag Tail Prochilodus

Pterophyllum Leopoldi “Long Nosed Angelfish”
Blue Rams (Wild Caught – Colombia)

Cardinal Tetra (Wild Caught)
Rummynose Tetra (Wild Caught)

Blackfin Shark
L204 Flash Pleco
L090 Lyre Tail Papa Panaque Pleco
L066 King Tiger Pleco (Xingu)
L128 Blue Phantom Pleco
L200 Green Phantom Pleco
L129 Columbian Zebra Pleco
L091 Tri Beacon Pleco
Hypostomus Pleco
Zebra Otocinclus
Orange Otocinclus
Agassizii Cory
Schwartzi Cory
Kanei Cory (Rio Negro)

New Arrivals Saltwater

Saltwater Saturday 2/19/22

“…a sea floor…at first glance might appear to be sand and mud, when you look closely and…just wait, all sorts of creatures show themselves, with little heads popping out of the sand. It is a metropolis.” – Sylvia Earle 🌊 And so, too, is the small world in a marine aquarium. Full list of saltwater arrivals below.

Blue Eye Bristletooth Tang
Chocolate Half Black Tang
Powder Brown Tang
Sailfin Tang
Blue Hippo Tang
Squamipinnis Anthias (M)
Green Mandarin Dragonet
Melanarus Wrasse
Sixline Wrasse
Antenna Goby
Diamond Goby
Yellow Watchman Goby
Ceram Lawnmower Blenny
Coral Beauty

White Starfish
Frilly Arrow Crab
Red Leg Hermit Crab
Blue Leg Hermit Crab
Emerald Crab
Peppermint Shrimp
Tiger Pistol Shrimp
Bumble Bee Snail
Nassarius Snail
Pink Margarita Snail
Black Foot Trochus Snail

Freshwater New Arrivals

New Fish Friday 2/18/22

New Fish Friday is extra special this week, because it is all African fish! These arrivals include bichirs bigger than typically seen in stores, as well as Tigerfish and nano killifish. Check out the full list below!

African Odoe Pike
Lapradei Bichir
Teugelsi Bichir
Afromascembelus frenatus “Spiny Eel”
Congopanchax myersi “Hummingbird Lampeye”
Vittatus African Tigerfish
Channallabes apus “Eel Catfish”
Notoglanidium macrostoma “Dwarf Giraffe Catfish”
Batesii Microsynodontis
African Butterfly Fish
Alestopetersius smykalai “Blue Diamond Tetra”

New Arrivals Saltwater

Saltwater Saturday 2/12/22

Saltwater Saturday special feature: the Purple Queen Anthias! With these colors, the name is self-explanatory. 🙌 These fish can be finicky eaters, but the ones we have received are already eating frozen shrimp! If you ever get one that is being picky, with a start of copepods, live baby brine shrimp, and some patience a transition to frozen or pellet food is possible. They’ll be well worth the work! Full list of saltwater arrivals below.

Dwarf Zebra Lionfish
Valentini Puffer
Half Black Chocolate Tang
Purple Queen Anthias
Green Coris Wrasse
Twistii Wrasse
Carpenter Fairy Wrasse (M)
Bicolor Goatfish
Diamond Goby
Bicolor Blenny
Ceram Lawnmower Blenny
Coral Beauty

Halloween Urchin
White Starfish
Chocolate Chip Starfish
Tiger Tail Cucumber

Freshwater New Arrivals

New Fish Friday 2/11/22

Are you a LARGE or small pufferfish connoisseur? Puffers are some of our favorite fish, with their cute features (is it us or do some have puppy faces!?), quirky personalities, and of course that unique body shape. This week we received one of the world’s smallest puffers–the Dwarf Pea Puffer (~1.5″ max size)–as well as a larger but more medium size puffer, the Mekong River Puffer (~4″ max size). While Dwarf Pea Puffers tend to work in a community tank (albeit they can still be feisty), the Mekong River Puffer commonly needs to be housed alone. One of the best things about Pea Puffers? Watching them slurp up bloodworms like spaghetti! Comparatively, the bigger puffers are fun to watch chomp down on clam shells with their sharp beaks.

Check out our other freshwater arrivals below.

Pao abei “Mekong River Puffer”
Dwarf Pea Puffer
Ctenopoma acutirostre “Leopard Bush Fish”
Black Bar Red Hook

Assorted Peacock Cichlid
Assorted Malaysian Discus
Blood Red Parrot Cichlid
Elecric Blue Jack Dempsey
Electric Blue Ram

Silver Bala Shark
Epiplatys annulatus “Clown Killifish”
Glowlight Danio
Cardinal Tetra
Gold Nugget Molly
Assorted Swordtail
Assorted Platy

Chinese Butterfly Loach
Sewellia Lineolata “Hillstream Loach”
Sailfin Plecostomus

Amano Shrimp
Ghost Shrimp