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November 1, 2014

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The Tibicen Angelfish, also referred to as the Keyhole Angelfish or Melas Angelfish, is one of the largest of the Centropyge genus. Somewhat drab when compared to most other angelfish,... [Read more]

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The Ocellate Damselfish is also known as the Princess Damselfish and originates from the waters of Fiji. They can be variable in color, but generally have a blue body fading to... [Read more]

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Blue Johanni Cichlid (Melanochromis Johanni) is originally from Lake Malawi in Africa. Blue Johanni Cichlid males have a grey/black body with blue-grey horizontal markings. Females... [Read more]

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The Calico Fantail boasts an exciting palette of red, orange, and black markings against a field of pearl white. This splendid color variation has an artistic, painted quality... [Read more]

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The Australian Rainbow, also known as the Western Splendid Rainbow, is one of more than five subspecies of Melanotaenia splendida. Rainbowfish are known for their characteristic... [Read more]

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The most unique aspect about the Bird Wrasse is its elongated beak which is used to catch long, skinny prey and hold it captive while breaking it up into bite-size pieces. The... [Read more]

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The juvenile Marble/Hortulanus Wrasse, also known as the Checkerboard Wrasse, is white with stripes, dots, and patches of black. With maturity, it becomes silver with a distinctive... [Read more]