AQUARICA – September 3 Livestock Update
It always feels like the end of summer with school about to start. The first summer of (near) normalcy we enjoyed since 2019. People were able to travel, socialize, enjoy sporting and concert events, and much more. Universities will be back to in-person learning, and some of you may even head back to the office! Luckily the good weather should be with us for a few more weeks so enjoy it while you can!
As slightly cooler weather sets in, we are able to import a wider selection of species, so keep an eye open for unique new arrivals. The following freshwater species have arrived since our prior update, and are still available:
Superdelta Bettas (males)
Koi Plakat Bettas (males, locally bred)
Assorted Female Bettas
Angelfish – Marble, Black Zebra
Platies - Assorted
Golden Red Rio Tetras
Cardinal Tetras (wild caught)
Blood Fin Tetras (Rathbuni)
Platinum Rummy Nose Tetras
Electric Blue Rams
Otto Cats (wild caught)
Rubbernose Plecos L146 (wild caught)
LDA 38 Pleco (wild caught)
High Fin Blue Eye Golden Bristlenose Plecos
German Red Bristlenose Plecos
Honey Red Gourami
Blue Tiger Parrots (locally bred)
Thai Glass Catfish (wild caught)
Siamese Algae Eaters
Red Tail Black Shark
Saddled Bichir (8 to 10 inch)
Spiny Eel (Flower Patten)
Ranchu Lionhead black
Telescope eye Butterfly Goldfish
Dwarf Orange Crayfish
Plants, plants and more plants, including really nice anubias and tall java fern mats.
The following saltwater species have arrived since our prior update, and are still available:
An additional 16+ varieties of fish expected to arrive Sept 8!
Hope to see you soon!
NOTE: Pictures are from recent visit to Ripley's Aquarium (and not currently available at the store)