African Butterfly - South American
The African Butterfly Fish will grow to an average mature length of four to five inches. Males will have larger pectoral fins than females, and the male has an indented anal fin, while the female's is straight edged. The pectoral fins are very large
Algae Eater - Chinese
Algae Eaters will spend most of their time on the bottom of the tank, sucking algae of the substrate and rocks. The Chinese Algae Eater has an average lifespan between 8 and 10 years.
The Chinese Algae Eater is not the most attractive fish. It is a
Algae Eater - Golden
The Golden Chinese Algae Eater has an average lifespan between 8 and 10 years.
The Golden Chinese Algae Eater's light brown body makes it a more exotic choice than the regular Chinese Algae Eater. The Siamese Algae Eater usually has a brown body, wi
Angelfish - Arabian
This medium-sized Angelfish has a rich dark blue body with yellow crescent on each side. Its coloration is similar to the Blue Moon Angelfish, however, the Arabian Angelfish is a darker blue and is smaller than the Blue Moon Angelfish. Also known as
Angelfish - Blue Face
The Blue Faced Angelfish is a strikingly colored larger than average angelfish that makes a spectacular addition to any large aquarium system. The juvenile color pattern is dark blue with a white striped pattern. As the fish grows larger this pattern
Angelfish - Blue Ring
A mature Blue Ring Angel may grow to between 10 and 12 inches (25 to 30 centimeters). Juveniles have very different coloring than adults, and are predominantly dark blue. Blue and white stripes can be seen covering their sides. Adults lose this dark
Angelfish - Coral Beauty
At maturity, most Coral Beauty Angels are about four inches long. A deep bluish-purple shade pervades most of the upper part of their bodies, including their heads and fins. These are outlined in a brighter blue color. Spreading up from the Coral Bea
Angelfish - Flame
The Flame Angelfish is one the most popular in brightly colored Angelfish available.
Angelfish - Flameback
At maturity, Flameback Angels may reach about three inches (7.5 centimeters) in length. They are deep blue to bluish-purple in color and have bright yellow to orange shading along their backs, from whence their names arise. This coloring extends from
A mature Gray Angel may have grown 10 to 24 inches (25 to 60 centimeters) long. These large fish are, as their name indicates, grayish-brown to gray in coloring. This brown shading in Gray Angels is often achieved through the shading of individual sc FIRST ( Page 1 of 15 ) >>Next LAST