Now let’s talk facts about Porcellio Laevis “Dairy Cow Isopods”. This is a hardy species perfect for beginners, and they also make a nutritious crunchy snack for reptiles. These have a life span of one to three years and get roughly 2.4 centimeters when fully grown, with a maturity rate of 8-14 weeks. A bonus to this species is they can survive in temperatures ranging from 65-90 degrees Fahrenheit, although it’s recommended to keep them between 68-80 for optimal breeding.
Check out our newest arrivals below! There are a few options sure to be the “star” of any aquarium. Is there a saltwater aquatic addition that you’ve been wanting? Give us a call and we’ll see if we can special order it in for you!
INVERTEBRATES Condylactis Pink Tip Anemone Coral Banded Shrimp White Starfish Orange Fromia Starfish Double Starfsh Halloween Urchin
New Bettas and Thai Silk Flowerhorns. You betta come fast for this beautiful selection. There are so many unique markings and vibrant colors it was hard to pick only a handful for this week’s post. Check out our newest arrivals below.
ODDBALL Clouded Archer Fish Spotted Puffer
CICHLIDS Red Dragon Flowerhorn Red Kamfa Flowerhorn Thai Silk Flowerhorn Ngara Peacock Cichlid Assorted Peacock Cichlid Assorted Oscar
COMMUNITY Redtail Tinfoil Barb Harlequin Rasbora Siamese Algae Eater
Nightcrawlers 12ct and Red Wigglers 30ct are in stock.
It can be hard to find worms this time of year as most places stop carrying them or are sold out, but not us! We order worms every Friday and have a constant flow of new wiggly delights for your aquatic and reptile friends.
Back in stock this week, Lloydiella Golden. This fast growing stem plant fits perfect mid to background in tanks with a little higher lighting. Lloydiella Golden can thrive without CO2, just be sure to supplement with a liquid fertilizer. Be sure to check out all our large Swords too! These are great for filling space in your aquascape.
PLANTS Anubias Nancon Azolla Anacharis Hygro Blue Lloydiella Golden Ludwigia Cuba Ludwigia Ovalis Moneywort Pogostemon Stellatus Narrowleaf Rotala Green Crypt Costata Crypt Lucens Java Fern Windelov Java Fern Water Sprite Laceleaf Water Sprite Indian Fern Amazon Sword Oriental Sword Red Ozelot Sword Italian Vallisneria Jungle Vallisneria
POTTED: Amazon Sword Bacopa Chain Sword Dwarf Four Leaf Clover Hygro Willow Hydrocotyle Japan Mint Charlie Pogostemon Stellatus Narrowleaf Staurogyne Repens Tiger Lotus Wisteria
These adorable little potatoes are four weeks old and excited for their new families. We have hairless, rex, normal coat, and dumbos! Five babies will be with their moms till Thursday, such as the hairless female dumbo in picture three, because they were born a few days after the others.
We highly encourage getting a group of three for an established hierarchy, but we are also offering duos.
Say cheese! We’re keeping it simple this week with a few pictures of our current selection. Some fish are hard to get the perfect shot of, but Diamond Gobies are always happy to pose for our cameras. Show us your best saltwater snapshot in the comments below. The list of new arrivals is below.
The long wait is over! Adorable Pea Puffers are back in town. Lately, they’ve been hard to come by, but we’ve got over 100 waiting for new homes. In other exciting news, Red Spot Arowana and Albino Arowanas have also made their way onto this week’s newest arrivals list. Make sure you stop by while supplies last, or while the roads are still clear! Our latest shipment is listed below.
CICHLIDS Red Spotted Gold Severum Lemon Yellow Labidochromis
COMMUNITY Gold Barb Assorted Platy Assorted Swordtail Rummynose Tetra
INVERTEBRATES Bloody Mary Shrimp Fire Red Shrimp Red Cherry Shrimp Orange Shrimp Gold Back Yellow Shrimp Blue Velvet Shrimp Green Jade Shrimp Rili Shrimp Assorted Color Neocaridina Shrimp Black King Kong Shrimp Crystal Red Shrimp (Grade SS) Crystal Black Shrimp (Grade SS) Red Fancy Tiger (Grade S) Blue Bolt Shrimp Amano Shrimp Brazos Dwarf Crayfish
This isn’t your grandma’s doily; our cool new pant this week is the Madagascar Lace. This eye-catching plant may not look like much now, but give it time to blossom to a lacy broad leaf bulb. Speaking of fun leaves, the Crinum Calamistratum is another bulb that is crazier than Medusa’s hair. Crinum is forgiving to higher lighting and warmer temps.
PLANTS Cabomba Horwort Hygro Blue Ludwigia Cuba Ludwigia Ovalis Ludwigia Super Red Mini Moneywort Pogostemon Stellatus Narrowleaf Rotala Green Rotala Wallichii Dwarf Sagittaria Sagittaria Narrowleaf Italian Vallisneria Jungle Vallisneria Anubias Nancon Java Fern Water Sprite Indian Fern Water Sprite Laceleaf Amazon Sword Christams Moss Madagascar Lace Crypt Spiralis Tiger Susswasertang Mat Aubias Barteri Aubias Hastifolia
POTTED: Hygro Willow Mint Charlie Dwarf Baby Tears Cardinal Plant Crinum Calamistratum Dwarf Four Leaf Clover Monte Carlo Hydrocotyle Japan Anubias Nana Petite Red Flame Sword