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Bristlenose Catfish

Bristlenose Catfish

Looking like the proverbial dog that just stuck its mouth in a porcupine, the Ancistrus or Bristle-nose Catfish are a very interesting and colorful member of the Loricariidae family of catfish!The Bristlenose Catfish Ancistrus cirrhosus are amazing little tank cleaners and the masters of disguise. Sometimes they will sit motionlessly for hours almost to the point of not looking alive....

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Cabbage Leather Coral

Cabbage Leather Coral<br>

The cool Cabbage Leather Coral... you can& 39;t ask for an easier or more plentiful soft coral!One of the best known octocorals is the Cabbage Leather Coral Lobophytum crassum. They are a soft coral that have a thick and heavy & 34;skin& 34; with lobed projections, and form a low encrusting colony. They resemble a cabbage in that their curved, cupped shape looks like a large ruffled leaf....

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Nanochromis transvestitus

Nanochromis transvestitus

Nanochromis transvestitus - Quick Aquarium CareAquarist Experience Level: IntermediateSize of fish - inches: 1.3 inches (3.30 cm)Minimum Tank Size: 30 gal (114 L)Temperament: PeacefulAquarium Hardiness: Moderately DifficultTemperature: 75.0 to 80.0° F (23.9 to 26.7° C)Enter a Freshwater AquariumMy Aquarium - Enter your aquarium to see if this fish is compatible!...

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Pink-Spotted Shrimp Goby

Pink-Spotted Shrimp Goby

This alert little fish is a great addition to a reef setup. The Pink-Spotted Shrimp Goby or Pink-and-Blue-Spotted Goby are very easy to keep!The Pink-Spotted Shrimp Goby or Pink-and-Blue-Spotted Goby has a very beautiful coloration of light pink or white with pink spots outlined with light blue. Starting at the dorsal fin there are darker pinkish stripes running vertically towards the tail....

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