Indulge your friends and family to an adventure through our isles filled with fish from all around the world, including Nigeria, Columbia, and Indonesia. We’re sweetening the deal too with free candy, stickers, and fidget toys at the check out!
We’re hooking you up with our October 30% off Fishclub deal! And yes, you read that right. As a Fishclub member, we’re offering you an exclusive discount on your next order. You won’t find this sweet deal anywhere else! Don’t let this treat swim away. Sign up to become a Fishclub member now to catch this SpOoKy deal while it lasts!
The saltwater department has new Naso Tangs, a Green Mandarin Dragonet, and more Flame Angels. There are so many unique and beautiful options to look through. Treat yourself to something you’ve always wanted, or find something that sparks your fancy. Our newest arrivals are listed below.
SALTWATER FISH Sailfin Tang Purple Tang Naso Tang Blue Tang Tiger Jawfish Green Mandarin Dragonet Diamond Goby Blue Spot Watchman Goby Pearlscale Butterfly Bicolor Blenny Creame Lawnmower Blenny Flame Angel Coral Beauty
INVERTEBRATES Skunk Cleaner Shrimp Blue Leg Pistol Shrimp Tiger Pistol Shrimp Coral Banded Shrimp Red Leg Hermit Crab Scarlet Hermit Crab
We have just a few days left of our October sale of 30% off all live fish, live plants, live coral, frozen foods, plus life rock for Fish Club members, and we’re extending it to the whole week of 10/30/2023-11/4/2023!
Gamefish, Celestial Pearl Danios, plus Silver Arowanas?! Northern Pike and Walleye have made their way back into our aquatics section, but we didn’t stop there! We have tons of new Bettas from female Black Dragon Halfmoon to male/female Green Mask Mustard Halfmoon Bettas. Oh, and did we forget to mention we have Red Bellied Piranhas? Make sure to check this week’s newest arrival list below.
ODDBALL Silver Arowana Red Belly Piranha
CICHLIDS Blood Red Parrot Cichlid Assorted Peacock Cichlid (small) Assorted Peacock Cichlid (medium) Red Streak Gold Severum
COMMUNITY Celestial Pearl Danio
GOLDFISH Oranda Ranchu Broadtail Red and White Ryukin Red and Black Butterfly Moor
BETTAS Assorted Crowntail Betta (Male) Dumbo Ear Halfmoon Betta (Female) Black Dragon Plakat Assorted Crowntail Betta (Female) Halfmoon Betta (Female) Green Mask Mustard Halfmoon Betta (Male) Green Mask Mustard Halfmoon Betta (Female) Black Dragon Halfmoon (Female) Giant Koi Plakat (Male)
INVERTEBRATES Amano Shrimp Assorted Color Neocardinia Shrimp
Reptile picks of the week! We received this adorable Tessera Corn Snake, which is extremely friendly and will eat absolutely anything. This little one also loves to be handled and smell everything while it explores. We have a handful of small hermits hermits left, along with this curious medium crab pictured here. Our current selection of reptiles, amphibians, and arachnids, as of today, are listed below.
REPTILES Veiled Chameleon Crested Geckos Fancy Leopard Geckos Anoles Corn Snake (Tessera) Amazon Tree Boa Ball Python (Leopard Mojave Het Clown) Ball Python (Leopard Mojave Pastel Het Clown) Ball Python (Spider Leopard Mojave Pastel Orange Dream Het Clown) Ball Python (Special) Ball Python (Mojave Orange Dream Yellow Bellie) Ball Python (Black Magic) Ball Python (Pastel Het Clown) Mole King
ARACHNIDS Regal Jumping Spiders Mexican Red Knee (Brachypelma Hamorii) Antilles Pink Toe (Caribean Vesicolor) Brazillian Red and White (Nhandu Cromatus) Brazillian Blue Dwarf Beauty (Dolichothele Diamantinensis) Brazillian Redhead (Bumba Cabocla) Greenbottle Blue (Chromatopelma Cyaneopubescens) Ghost Tree Spider (Amazonius Burgessi) Mexican Red Rump (Tliltocatl Vagans) Trinidad Dwarf Tiger Rump (Cyriocosmus Elegans)
This Fire Cleaner Shrimp is checking for cavities. They help fish by removing the access food, dead tissues, and parasites. These invertebrates are also helpful to Moray Eels! The eels will open their mouths for the shrimp to climb in to clean out all the crevasses and possible parasites. Some Fire Cleaner Shrimp like to be handfed on top of eating the extra food that falls to the bottom of your aquarium. No new arrivals this week, but we still have tons of fish, corals, and invertebrates to choose from! All our previous arrivals are on our website below!
What a beautiful day to show off our new Yellow Sunshine Peacocks! Our pictures can not do justice to how beautiful these are. Certain fish can fluctuate their colors between vibrant and darker shades based on their mood. Other factors such as mating, sickness, and environmental stimuli can also affect their color. This week’s newest arrivals are listed below.
This is a Decorator Crab. They survive by taking objects such as anemones, corals, and sponges for camouflage. They use their Velcro-like bristles called setae to attach the objects to their upper shell . If you look closely, you can see his tiny eyeballs sticking out from all the décor. Newest saltwater arrivals below.
SALTWATER FISH Orange Tail Fiji Puffer Zebra Dwarf Lionfish
INVERTEBRATES Red Sri Lanka Starfish Nassarius Snail Sexy Shrimp Emerald Crab Caribbean Sponge Crab
Discus, bettas, oranda, and common guppies! Our new arrivals list contains many species of different temperaments and sizes. We also brought back Danio Erythromicron, Tiger Hillstream Loaches, and Leopard Bushfish to make this week’s list even more exciting! Don’t forget, fish club members get 30% off all live fish, live plants, frozen foods, coral, and life rock Tuesdays through Thursdays in October for our 30th anniversary! All of our newest aquatics are listed on our website below!
CICHLIDS Blood Red Parrot Electric Blue Acara Assorted Discus (Malaysian Tank Raised) Small/Medium Assorted Discus (Malaysian Tank Raised) Medium/Large
COMMUNITY Roseline Shark Danio Erythromicron Celestial Pearl Danio Neon Tetra Ember Tetra Glass Catfish Assorted Dwarf Gourami (Male)
BETTAS Crowntail Betta (Male) Dragon Betta (Male) Black Orchid Crowtail Betta (Male) Dumbo Ear Halfmoon Plakat Betta (Male) Half Moon Betta (Male) Koi Plakat Betta (Male) Koi Plakat Betta (Female)
INVERTEBRATES Red Cherry Shrimp
CATFISH / LOACHES / PLECOS Julii Cory Sewellia Lineolata “Tiger Hillstream Loach” Kubotai Botia Yo Yo Botia
GOLDFISH Black Oranda
ODDBALL Ctenopoma acutirostre “Leopard Bushfish” Pea Puffer
There are currently ten different species of slings with a variety of colors and sizes. To name a few, we have Greenbottle Blues, Mexican Red Knees, and Brazillian Blue Dwarf Beauties. Every new tarantula has eaten since they arrived on Tuesday, and a few have already made intricate burrows and webs.
List of new tarantulas listed below!
TARANTULAS Mexican Red Knee (Brachypelma Hamorii) Antilles Pink Toe (Caribean Vesicolor) Brazillian Red and White (Nhandu Cromatus) Brazillian Blue Dwarf Beauty (Dolichothele Diamantinensis) Brazillian Redhead (Bumba Cabocla) Greenbottle Blue (Chromatopelma Cyaneopubescens) Ghost Tree Spider (Amazonius Burgessi) Mexican Red Rump (Tliltocatl Vagans) Trinidad Dwarf Tiger Rump (Cyriocosmus Elegans) Brazillian Giant Blonde (Nhandu Tripepii)