Patty here. For any of you that do not know already, we receive several shipments each week of freshwater fish and saltwater fish and inverts. For our local customers it is just a short ride away to see what is new, nice and interesting each week, but the process is understandably more complicated for many of you faithful readers.
We like to periodically highlight some items, whether rare, particularly nice, or just plain fun in our opinion so that you can inquire about them or even place an order for them online if you are interested. Some of this week’s items are highlighted below. If you have any questions about featured stock of anything that you may be interested in online or in the store, please feel free to e-mail us at email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact us by phone at 1-877-367-4377 for our live shipping dept. or 1-888-842-8738 to be connected to a representative in our fishroom.
We’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have about available stock that is featured in the blog or other items available. And please excuse us in these creature features if the photos aren’t online immediately, They take us a little while to post!
This week’s highlights include:
Beautiful Anthias! The Purple Tukas, Square-spots and Lyretails all arrived in splendid condition and with lovely color.
We received some spectacular Black Clarkii Clowns, five in total all over 3 inches in length.
Check out the Coral Frag category for available varieties the present stock looks great so if you’re looking to start a new colony, check them out.
Also new and looking good our Masked Rabbitfish, Camel Shrimp, and our big bold Lutescens Wrasse.
On the Freshwater side:
The small Cobalt and Red Scribble discus are looking great!
We also have some fat Asian Bumblebee catfish and a nice batch of Arched Corys.
New to us are the Fireline Danios, Flash Plecos, and Volkswagon Plecos.
And for those plant lovers out there you can bring a little of the outdoors in with the lovely Tiger Lotus for aquariums or add a little curiosity with those crazy moss balls!
Who knows what’s in store for next week!