One of the most iconic of the freshwater fish, a pair of gracefully swimming Angels are not easily forgotten.
Tetras come in a large range of shapes, sizes, colors and personalities. A shoal of Tetras can make a tank look and feel complete.
Considered as challenging as they are beautiful, Discus are often described as the ultimate in freshwater fish keeping.
As active and hardy fish, a school of Rasboras can serve as great starting fish or can be the finishing touch to a well established tank.
Originating throughout Asia the colors and patterns offered by Gourami are unique and make for a great addition to many tanks.
Guppies, Mollies, Platies and Swordtails all belong to this family of live bearing fish. Selective breeding has resulted in beautiful variants.
Feeding from the bottom of the tank and exhibiting a personality all their own, Loaches are an interesting and often beneficial tank mate.
At their best, when kept in groups, Cory Cats are a peaceful, playful and social member to any aquatic community they find themselves a part of.
Often added to a tank as a form of "Algae Control", Plecos are a large group of fish that have largely varied diets. What does yours eat?
Known for their agility and adaptability, Danios love schooling in the upper levels of a tank. They are a great choice in cycling a new tank.
Sharks! Well only in a slight resemblance to the real thing, this group of fish is actually a cool collection of Catfish and Barbs.
Barbs are a hardy and active schooling fish that sometimes carry a bad rap, but when kept in a sufficiently sized group, are not as nippy.
Aptly named rainbows, this group of fast moving brightly colored attractive fish make for an eye catching spectacle.
Most often kept in a bowl or vase with a companion plant, The male Betta is one of the most popular of fish and it is easy to see why.
Where a river and an ocean meet, you will find some neat fish that like a little of both. Meet these needs and you will be rewarded.
Referring to rift lake Cichlids; These gorgeous, diverse and usually aggressive fish have evolved to fit every aspect of the lakes they call home.
Originating in the many streams of South America, Dwarf Cichlids like the Apisto and the Rams are shy, beautiful and so full of character.
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