Sunset variatus platy: vibrant colors, hardy and affordable, small size, peaceful with fish and plants, easy to breed, adaptable to various temperatures and pH levels. Perfect addition to any aquarium!
Popular nano fish: Golden-spotted, red-orange fins resembling brook trout. Tolerates pH 6.8-8.0, cooler waters. Shy but stunning when in a school. Perfect for aquascaping!
Colorful native fish: Rainbow shiner (Notropis chrosomus) from the US. Brilliant purple and pink spangling, prefers cooler waters. Keep in a school of 6+ for stunning display.
Unusual algae eater: Hillstream loach (Sewellia lineolata). Munches on diatoms and algae, resembles a miniature alien stingray. Prefers cooler waters.
Hardy and colorful Poecilia wingei (Endler's livebearer) suitable for room temperature tanks. Peaceful, easy to breed, and adds life to your aquarium.
Colorful and active Epiplatys annulatus (clown killifish) with blue eyes and rocket-like tails. Ideal for coldwater community tanks, provide a secure lid.
Colorful and low-maintenance Neocaridina davidi shrimp are perfect for algae control and breeding in your aquarium. Get started with our care guide.
The dojo loach, a larger fish with fun behaviors, is perfect for larger coldwater aquariums. Avoid small species and enjoy their scavenging nature.
Keep barbs in groups of six or more to minimize aggression. Rosy barbs are quick and peaceful, while gold barbs are more aggressive. Both species need a 29-gallon tank or larger.
Tanichthys albonubes, or White Cloud Mountain minnows, are beginner-friendly, hardy fish that thrive in various tank conditions.