FOR CUSTOMER HAVE SINGLE FISH BAG OR MORE.
TRANSHIPPING CHARGE BY SIZE OF FISH BAG YOUR SELLER USE.
SELLER PUT MORE WATER ON YOUR FISH BAG WE CHARGE BY WEIGHT.
The guppy (Poecilia reticulata), also known as millionfish and rainbow fish, is one of the world's most widely distributed tropical fish and one of the most popular freshwater aquarium fish pieces. It is a member of the family Poeciliidae and, like almost all American members of the family, is live-bearing. Guppies originate from northeast South America, but have been introduced to many environments and are now found all over the world. They are highly adaptable and thrive in many different environmental and ecological conditions. Male guppies, which are smaller than females, have ornamental caudal and dorsal fins. Wild guppies generally feed on a variety of food sources, including benthic algae and aquatic insect larvae. Guppies are used as a model organism in the fields of ecology, evolution, and behavioural studies.
The Flowerhorn Cichlid is a man made species which was selectively bred by Chinese fishkeeping enthusiasts at the turn of this century. This means that no such fish exists in the wild and its closest relatives are South African Cichlids.
However, given the unfortunate habit of letting fish out into the wild, some variations of Flowerhorns have been introduced into the natural environment and now roam the waters in some parts of the world.
This fish is the result of selectively breeding different south african cichlids. Like their ancestors, they have an elongated body and a unique head shape.
These giants also have a pretty impressive lifespan and can live up to 12 years!
Their popularity has been on the rise since their very first appearance on the market around 1996. These fish can be found in almost every shop no matter where in the world you are.
The king of the aquarium, Discus fish are one of the most beautiful freshwater fish available for the home
aquarium.Peaceful, but larger than most tropical fish, these fish light up the room they are in.
Notoriously tricky to care for, but so rewarding when kept correctly, Discus fish are the pride and joy of those that keep them.
The beuatiful colors of this fish change based on stress levels, age, diet, and the tank’s conditions.
They are treasured in the aquarium trade for their bright appearance and shoaling behavior.