Many of the fish in this category are acquired from an importer and sometimes require extra time to acclimate and to ready for shipment.  Please allow an additional 2 or 3 business days for shipment of these fish.  Most of these fish are wild caught, so availability and size will vary.  Because supplies are sometimes limited, we can not hold livestock for orders made with extended delivery date request. If we are unable to provide these fish as described we will offer a substitution or refund the purchase cost of that item.
  • BUMBLEBEE GOBY- medium 3-4 inches

    GOBY BUMBLEBEE Gobius sp Common Name: Bumblebee Goby, Bumblebee Fish Description: The Bumblebee Goby does in fact resemble an actual bumble. The fish usually has a black body color with orange and yellow stripes. The vertical stripes on the fish's...


  • BURSA TRIGGER - small

    Rhinecanthus verrucosus, the blackbelly triggerfish is a ray-finned fish in the family Balistidae. It is found in the west Indo-Pacific. It occasionally makes its way into the aquarium trade. It is sometimes known as the blackpatch triggerfish.


  • BURSA TRIGGER - tiny

    The blackbelly triggerfish, Rhinecanthus verrucosus, is a ray-finned fish in the family Balistidae found in the west Indo-Pacific. Only occasionally makes its way into the aquarium trade. It is sometimes known as the blackpatch triggerfish


  • CHALK BASSLET medium

    BASSLET CHALK MEDIUM Serranus turtugarum Common Names: Chalk Bass Description: The Basslet Chalk can be found swimming in the Caribbean from the Western. This Western Atlantic native lives in waters ranging from Southern Florida to the reefs of the...


  • Cherry/Skunk Grouper SMALL

    Cherry/Skunk Grouper SMALL Variola louti Yellow-edged lyretail is the common name for the species Variola louti. It is also commonly known as the lyretail grouper or the coronation cod.


  • Circus Goby Bali SMALL

    Circus Goby Bali SMALL Priolepis nocturna Priolepis nocturna, the Blackbarred reefgoby, is a species of goby native to the Indian Ocean and the western Pacific Ocean where it occurs at depths of from 8 to 30 metres on coral reefs. It inhabits crevices...


  • CLOWN TRIGGER - medium

    Balistoides conspicillum..Clown triggerfish, also known as the bigspotted triggerfish, are demersal marine fish belonging to the family Balistidae, or commonly called triggerfish.