We made it, halfway that is.   Feb 5 marks the halfway point of winter!  From here on it, we are heading towards spring!  If you are in the southern hemisphere, well, your summer is now half over.  It just occurred to me that Santa visited the kids in the southern hemisphere just as their summer started; hope he changed into his Speedos for the visit.  

Our stocking levels are good as wild caught fish are in good supply at this time of year.  In addition to receiving fish and plants from our Canadian suppliers, we have recently received shipments from the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, and Colombia.  We will be receiving fish from Peru for the first time in a few weeks.

Some of the more rarely seen freshwater fish that we recently received include:

Red Tail Hemiodus Tetras  

Leopard Ctenopoma

Large Fire Eels (approx. 10 inch)

Killifish (Nothobranchius)

Galaxy Rasboras (Celestial Pearl Danios)

Red-Bellied Piranhas

Giant Bettas

Fancy Koi Plakat Bettas

Spotted Silver Dollars

Electric Blue Jack Dempsey

Green Gecko (Hillstream) Loaches

Blue Gobies

Zigzag Eels (approx. 6 inch)

Stendker (German bred) Discus


For saltwater, recent arrivals include:


Black ribbon eels (3 feet long!)

Dog Face Puffer

Harlequin Tusk

Scissortail Goby

Blue Tangs

Powder Brown Tangs

Black Angel

African Pygmy Flameback


Blue Neon Gobies


Please click here to see an updated fish list as of Feb 6: