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Ocellated KribensisOcellated Kribensis (Pelvicachromis subocellatus)

The Ocellated Kribensis, is a great dwarf cichlid!  Similar to the more available Pelvicachromis pulcher (Kribensis cichlid).  They are great community fish!  They are similar in behavior and temperament to the Apistogramma

Scientific Name: Pelvicachromis subocellatus Common Name: Ocellated Kribensis Geographic Origin: Nigeria, Gabon, Democratic Republic of Congo Habitat: 30 Gallon or Larger Aquarium with appropriately sized friends. Breeding: Lays eggs and cares for fry. (May become agressive when breeding) Temperament: Mildly aggressive Maximum Size: 3.2″ Temperature: 72-79 degrees Fahrenheit pH: 5.5 – 7.5 Water Hardness: Neutral Water Region: Bottom – Middle How many?: They do best in pairs or groups.  Larger aquariums can support multiple groups Diet: Carnivore – We suggest NLS Cichlid pellets or sera granuar More Great info about the Ocellated Kribensis (Pelvicachromis subocellatus) can be found here

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Strawberry Crab

The Strawberry Crab is back in stock!

The Strawberry crab is a great addition to your reef aquarium.  They wont eat your corals or harm other inverts. They are wild collected in Hawaii.  You can read more about them here

Water Hyacinth

Water Hyacinth are in stock and ready for your Pond!  We have some REALLY nice LARGE plants for sale right now.

Water Hyacinth are a great floating plant for your Pond.  They help block sunlight and eat up nutrients that cause algae. Get them early to avoid algae outbreaks later!  You can read more about this plant here