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