Bob's carries a wide variety of both fresh and saltwater fish and supplies, including koi and other pond fish. We carry freshwater crustaceans, mollusks, shrimp, and plants and also offer tank water testing, live food, and everything else you need to get the most out of your home aquarium. Starting in late 2011, Bob's is expanding its saltwater department to include even more species of fish, live rock, and coral.
Live corals are the most important contributors to the structure of a saltwater reef in nature as well as in reef aquariums.
Blood parrots are often bright orange in coloration, but there are other colors that they can have naturally, such as red or yellow. Other colors may be produced by dyeing the fish, which can shorten life expectancy.
Wide Variety of Fresh Water
Each fish profile provides a range of information, such as size, habitat, feeding habits, ideal living arrangements, and a picture.
Bio cube aquarium, wet dry filter, lights Start with as large an aquarium as you can afford (even for bettas). The very BASIC principle is to have 1 inch of NARROW bodied fish per WELL FILTERED actual gallon of water is a starting point, but not very accurate.
The Panther Grouper (Cromileptes altivelis) is also known as the Humpback Grouper due to its unique body shape. It has a white body with black polka-dots as a juvenile. As they mature, the body becomes brown/grey with black spots.
Seasoned hobbyists know some species are only sporadically available throughout the year. That's why they keep a close eye out for when fish become available and Bobs is often the first place to find and hard-to-find fish, corals, and inverts.
There are a couple of things you can do to "help" their color display. First off is as wide a variety of food as you can offer.
Also known as a "suckermouth", plecos are algae eaters and can do a very good job of keeping a tank reasonably clean of algae.