Black Ghost Knife
Black Ghost Knife

Black Ghosts start at $12.00 or order a "Show" Ghost (10-11") These fish love live Tubifex worms! PLUS did you know they are nocturnal. They are a weakly electric fish which use an electric organ and receptors distributed over the length of their body in order to locate insect larvae. Semi-Aggressive fish.

African Cichlid
African Cichlid

African Cichlids start at $3.00 African Cichlids come in many varieties. We mainly stock Malawi but we can order you most any others as well. Aggressive fish

Angelfish
Angelfish

Angels start at $2.00 and are available as Marble, Platinum, Albino, Gold and many others. Feed Angels Randy's Fish Palace slow sinking pellet food for great health and growth.

Harelquin Rasbora
Harelquin Rasbora

Harelquins usually start off at $2.00 and can be found as low as $10.00 for 6. These great fish add color and personality to any aquarium. Many hobbyists refer to them as T-Bones because of how the shape on their side resembles a T-bone steak. Community fish

Gold Molly
Gold Molly

Mollies start st $3.00 and are often on sale for 5 for $10.00. Mollies come in many colors and forms. We even stock balloon mollies which appear to be pregnant when they actually are not. Mollies are live bearers which means that they do not lay eggs. Come on in and let us find you a male and female of your own. Community Fish

Zebra Danio
Zebra Danio

Zebra Danios start at $3.00 however you can find specials such as $10.00 for 6. Zebra Danios are fantastic fish. These fish are VERY fast. They are so fast that they are commonly used as "dither" fish to settle large fish and reduce their aggression. Community fish

Freshwater Fish

Nutrition

There are numerous types of food available for freshwater fish. Pellet and flake food can be used in most cases for freshwater fish. Some fish are carnivores and require live food such as goldfish, brine shrimp and even live tubifex worms. Frozen and freeze dried foods are becoming more popular and a very affordable option.

Care
Habitat

Freshwater fish typically are found in rivers and lakes. Some fish even venture into the ocean and become "brackish" which means that the fish thrives in environments where a small amount of salt is present.

Large fish produce more waste than small fish so more frequent water changes are required to maintain optimal water conditioners. Aquariums that are properly stocked will thrive with less often water changes.