The livestock quarantine due to moss ball zebra mussel concern has been lifted!!!  DFO received the results of our water test and confirmed that we do not have zebra mussels in any of our tanks.     

Last week was busy as we received both saltwater and freshwater livestock as well as lots of dry goodies! 

Our freshwater livestock arrivals this week include:

Clown Loaches (wild caught)

Platinum Rummy Nose

Turquoise Rainbows (locally bred)

Bosemani Rainbows (locally bred)

Sailfin Mollies

Fancy Guppies

Cardinal Tetras

Yellow Blood Parrots

Bettas (males)

Honey Gouramis (males)

Pearl Gouramis

Badis Scarlet

Bush Fish (aka Leopard Ctenopoma)

Glo Fish – Red, Green, Purple

White Skirt Tetra – currently in quarantine

Firemouth Cichlid

Cobue Cichlids

OB Cichlids (expected April 10)

Sunshine Peacocks (expected April 10)

Albino Bristlenose Plecos (including long fin variety)

Gold Angels (Lg)

Saddled Bichir

Congo Tetra

Snow White Crayfish

Dwarf Yellow Crayfish

Chocolate Poso Rabbit Snails (XL)

We received over 40 Tropica 12 Grow Cups this week, and are expecting our next regular plant shipment on Thursday April 15.

New Saltwater includes: 

Zoas (scrambled egg, blue hornet, mandarin orange, fruit loops, cand more!)

Acans (including Ultras)

Kryptonite Candy Cane




Aussie Green Duncans, and more!  

Some of the corals are ready to go and others will be fragged next week. We also received XL Fire Shrimp, Clownfish, and Anthias.  We are currently re-organizing our saltwater section and will have more fish selection again soon.

And, as always, lots of Dry Goods!  Some sample prices:

Hikari Frozen Bloodworms, Mysis Shrimp, Brine Shrimp, Spirulina Brine Shrimp, etc (3.5 ounces) $6.95

Hikari Frozen Bloodworms, Mysis Shrimp, Brine Shrimp (16 ounces): $19.99

Fluval Stratum 8kg: $59.99 (various other sizes available)

Mopani Wood: from $5.50 per pound

Dragonstone: $4 per pound

Seachem Prime (500ml): $19.99

Seachem Stability (500 ml): $19.99

Thrive Fertilizer (500ml): $26.99


Hope to see you again soon!

Moss Ball / Zebra Mussel (Background)

There has been concern that zebra mussels, an invasive species, have been hitchhiking on moss balls recently imported into North America.  On the afternoon of Friday March 26th, we were ordered to not sell livestock for about 2 weeks from any water which have come into contact with recently received moss balls (Order has since been lifted - see above).